Student Manager

St Mary's Church of England High SchoolHertfordshire

Actual Salary £19,912 - £21,906 inc (H6) 37 hours per week Term-Time only

Are you seeking an opportunity to play a role in supporting the pastoral care of young people in a dynamic school? If so, St Mary’s CE High School is looking for a Student Manager to join us (working with the Year 8 team).


Student managers monitor of the welfare and progress of students and raise attainment of students to achieve their full potential.  If successfully appointed you will promote a culture of learning and personal achievement liaising with the Inclusion Co-ordinator, relevant Directors, Assistant Directors, subject and administration staff


St Mary’s CE High School is committed to providing a safe and caring learning environment, founded on our Christian principles. We continue to develop an excellent standard of education for all students, allowing everyone to achieve their full potential regardless of ability or background in a safe and inspiring community, and the Student Managers are integral to this work.

‘Pupils told us they like to learn. Sixth-form students are confident and mature young adults. Pupils are confident in their future plans. The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.’ 

Ofsted September 2019

St Mary’s CE High School is one of three church secondary schools in Hertfordshire, all of which are within the Diocese of St Albans. The school is well recognised in the local community for its high-quality provision and outstanding inclusion agenda.

“An exceptionally inclusive and caring community”

SIAMS January 2020

Applicants do not need to be practising Christians, but would be expected to uphold our Christian principles of trust, forgiveness, compassion, thankfulness, friendship and love, as well as our vision where, ‘Through God’s love, we are the rich soil where seeds flourish and roots grow’.


Please complete the St Mary’s application form which is downloadable from the website.

Please note that safeguarding students of the School is a priority.  All appointments to posts in the School are made through stringent adherence to the requirements of ‘Keeping Children safe in Education’. As there is a high degree of contact with children an enhanced disclosure will be sought for this post through the Criminal Records Bureau as part of pre-employment checks.


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