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Behaviour & Student Support

Rutlish SchoolMerton, SW20

Behaviour and Student Support

Grade: ME5 Point 5-6

Salary £19,126 to £19,473 (Actual) / £22,185 to £22,587 (Full time equivalent)

Hours: 35hours a week, 39weeks per year

Proposed Start Date: ASAP

Contract: One year fixed term

Rutlish is a highly successful, oversubscribed comprehensive school located in the leafy suburbs of  Wimbledon. 

In April 2017, Ofsted rated Rutlish as “outstanding” and in 2019 Rutlish was ranked as the top non-selective State funded boys’ school in England, based on the progress students made between KS2 and KS4.  In addition, our Sixth Form students were ranked in the top twenty for non-selective State funded boys’ schools in England.

We require an enthusiastic, inspirational and dedicated Behaviour and Student Support with energy and commitment to join this high achieving, happy and successful team.  The main duties of Behaviour and Student Support Staff:

  • To provide support to the Pastoral Team by investigating behaviour incidents, so that the appropriate decisions can be made efficiently and effectively in line with the behaviour policy
  • To promote positive behaviour in line with the School’s values
  • Supporting the behaviour management of the School, responding to incidents as and when they occur to maintain the positive culture of teaching and learning

A Job Information Pack and Application Form are available on the School website 

Applications should be submitted to:  by 10.00am on Friday 10th December 2021. Your supporting statement should be no more than two sides of A4, font size 12.

Please note that suitable applicants may be invited to interview prior to the application deadline.

If you have any queries regarding this post, please contact   


We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education.  All applicants are required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.  We fully support the London Borough of Merton’s Equal Opportunities Policy.

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