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Pastoral Learning Mentor

Pastoral Learning Mentor
37 Hours per week, term time + INSET days

Do you have a genuine passion for securing the very best holistic outcomes for all students?
Do you have a high level of self-awareness and an ability to deal with issues sensitively?
Are you proactive, able to organise your workload and show initiative when working under pressure?
Do you naturally engage with young people and their families?
Do you have high aspirations for colleagues, students and yourself?

We are seeking to appoint a passionate, committed, and student-centred Pastoral Learning Mentor, from September 2022.

The successful candidate will operate within a very successful Inclusion and Pastoral Team under the direct line management of the Inclusion Leader and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead. You will work alongside a group of experienced Pastoral Learning Mentors and collaborate with other colleagues including, Raising Standards Leaders (Year7-13), Attendance Team, SENDCo, Learning Mentors, Curriculum Leaders and other staff to coordinate and provide support for students across a key stage.

Should you choose to apply, please submit the following completed forms:

• Application form. Please ensure that your application accounts for any gaps in employment.
• Please include the names and addresses of two professional referees (one of which must be your current employer). Referees will not be approached until the final stages of the process.
• A supporting letter that sets out the reasons for your interest in the role and how you meet the required criteria.

Applications should be returned by email marked FAO Mr K Simpson Headteacher to Mrs Helen Leadbetter, PA to the Headteacher by 9 a.m. Friday 24th June 2022. Interviews will be held, week commencing Monday 27th June 2022.

Our school community places the highest priority on keeping our children safe. Applicants for all posts will be subject to stringent vetting and induction processes. The holder of these posts will be required to work with children under the age of 18 in a position of trust, and is, therefore exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.