Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £35,745 - £43,857 FTE
- Salary will be pro rata to reflect term time only
Pastoral Year Head Achievement Coordinator (Raising Achievement) job summary
At Selly Park Girls’ School we have created a safe environment where students can feel comfortable, well supported and confident. Our children have respect for each other and the staff that support them. We expect all students to aim high and achieve well and for staff to be the best they can be. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, passionate, motivated and dynamic Raising Achievement Co-ordinator to join our team. You will support pupils’ emotional needs and be on call for support with behaviour across school and in classes, to help transform the lives of young people with their SEMH (Social, Emotional, Mental Health) education.
You will deliver plans to see that all pupils – whatever their needs, have dignity and respect and leave the school feeling proud of what they’ve achieved and what they are capable of. As Raising Achievement Co-ordinator, you will be committed to fulfilling the potential of each and every pupil, no matter what their educational needs (including emotional and social difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions and speech and language communication difficulties), you will share the belief that all young people are capable of achieving. You will design and deliver programmes and initiatives to individuals or small groups of learners who are temporarily withdrawn from the mainstream classroom, with a strong emphasis on facilitating improving behaviours ready to return to lessons and re-engage with learning.
With a focus on attendance, behavioural, pastoral and welfare issues the post needs someone with resilience, confidence and the ability to work with challenging behaviours to support the restorative practice approach across the school. You need to be able to use ICT skills to monitor and log information and produce analysis reports to present to the Senior Leadership Team and work with a range of staff to develop strategies to support students to change their behaviour. Experience as a DSL as well as knowledge and experience of leading whole school attendance is essential.
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About Selly Park Girls' School
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 16
- School size
- 731 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
Selly Park Girls’ School is a high performing 11-16 school in the south of Birmingham with 760 girls on roll and a proven record of GCSE success. In 2018, the school were awarded Secondary School of the Year at the Birmingham School Awards and were winners of the SSAT Educational Outcomes Award 2019 for exceptional student progress.
We are a school where we put students at the centre. We want every student to be kind to others, aspirational and ambitious in what they can achieve. We want to ensure that our students can reach their potential in a supportive, inclusive and nurturing environment. This is reflected in our four pillars school ethos.
We attract staff who are committed to making a difference in the lives of our pupils. From teachers, governors and senior leaders to administrators and support staff. Everyone has a role to play in the success of the school.