- Job role
- Education support
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, term time
37 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum
- Contract type
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- Grade D £21,403 - £24,055 Grade E £26,544 - £29,583
- Actual salary
- Grade D £18,307 – £20,576 Grade E £22,705 - £25,304
We are seeking to enlarge our hard working, caring and child centred pastoral support team. We are looking for people who are well organised, have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, have strong administrative skills and who relishes the challenge of working with young people.
We have two roles and would welcome applications for either or both roles. Please make this clear on your application.
Student Support Worker
The role will involve working with students from all years and often with those young people who are most vulnerable and in need of support. This is a highly rewarding and, at times, challenging role. This will include:
• supporting our Heads of School and Heads of Year with student well-being and behaviour
• supporting with safeguarding and wellbeing concerns
• helping run our inclusion room
Student Support Manager
In addition to the roles of the Student Support Worker this role will include:
• Directing and supporting the Student Support Workers
• Providing recommendations and advice to other colleagues
• Being a part of the school’s Safeguarding Team
Please see the full job descriptions attached.
As part of the pastoral team responsible for the welfare of our pupils you will liaise with tutors, teachers, parents and support agencies. Experience of working with young people, restorative justice and safeguarding procedures would be an advantage.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 1432 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About The Mountbatten School
The Mountbatten School is an 11-16 co-educational, non-denominational school, founded in 1969 by Earl of Burma. The school has a wealth of outstanding features which have been recognised in excellent Ofsted reports and a host of other national awards. The school is recognised for its very high quality teaching and academic achievement combined with strong commitment to student welfare and to assiduous monitoring of each student’s progress. Students are exceptionally well-behaved with politeness and common courtesies being highly valued and practised by nearly all of our students. Our primary objectives are excellence, fellowship, co-operation, and the development of students as independent, responsible, and involved members of the larger world community.