Local government pay scale for support staff: Point 20 - 25 (£25,991 - £29,577 FTE) £23,427 - £26,659 pro rata, term-time only plus 2 weeks.
We have a great opportunity for a Pastoral Manager to join our inspiring and growing School. Lordswood Boys’ School (LBS) is about to achieve a fourth successive year of outstanding results as we await our first Ofsted Inspection as a Central Academies Trust (CAT) school. We believe we are at least a GOOD school with OUTSTANDING leadership and management.
The successful candidate will oversee the pastoral management of one year group in our school; we are a small and expanding school, with around 400 students in year groups 7-11. If you want to make a difference to our students and support them to achieve their full potential, then this is the role for you.
The successful candidate will be:
- Experienced in working in any pastoral setting in schools, or experience that could be easily translated and applied into a school setting.
- Creative and innovative.
- Have very high standards for their own performance and that of the students.
- Looking to work with driven and focussed leaders in the fastest and most substantially improved school in the UK.
- Be a strong student advocate.
Whilst this role is predominantly term time there is a requirement for the successful candidate to work an additional 10 days per year during holiday times, in agreement with the Head of School. The hours of work are 37 hours per week with flexibility in hours to fit in with the daily requirements of the school.
These are reasons why you might want to join us:
- Our new school £14million state-of-the-art school is now open.
- The school is divided into two Colleges. As we expand, we will add up to two more colleges and recruit Pastoral Managers for each.
- The school is expanding rapidly.
- We are keen to add a 6th Form from September 2021 and our new school has provision for this.
- The behaviour of students is a strength of the school.
The role will consist of the full range of pastoral activities with key areas being:
- Working in a team of five Pastoral Managers under the leadership of a Pastoral Director.
- Maintaining contact with home where students are not making good enough progress with attitudes to learning.
- Helping staff the Internal Exclusion Unit; this is used as a temporary sanction for a very small number of our students with the emphasis on re-integration. All staff contribute to the running of this unit, though some days and even some weeks, it is not used.
- Working with an experienced Leadership Team to ensure optimum care for our most vulnerable students.
- Devising Intervention plans for the most vulnerable students.
- Maintaining appropriate data tracking systems to accurately monitor student progress with improving behaviour.
Lordswood Boys’ School is part of the Central Academies Trust (CAT). CAT is a recently formed educational Trust with members and directors drawn from the highest achieving and highest profile schools in Coventry and Birmingham. Led by our Chief Executive Dr. David Kershaw MBE, the Trust incorporates members and directors from industry and higher education amongst other fields. Committed to raising achievement in challenging schools and to securing the highest of high equity, we will work relentlessly to change young lives in the Midlands. Any professional that joins in with our mission will have opportunities to work across our schools in the coming years as we seek to develop and promote our own staff into outstanding school improvement experts or leaders of curriculum innovation and world class standards in education. We do not lack ambition.
See what the media say about us:
Lordswood Boy’s School is among the most improved schools in England.
Progress 8: +0.69
English: 88% at Level 4, 67% at Level 5.
Maths: 82% at Level 4, 67% at Level 5.
Lordswood Boys’ School is already one of Birmingham’s great educational success stories and we invite you to join us in our fabulous new, state-of-the-art building with our wonderful, engaging and highly intelligent and articulate young men. Come and see for yourself.
To apply, simply click the button. If you require further information or an informal discussion contact Debbie Wain, HR Manager, details as follows:
T: 0121-464 2837
Candidates will be required to submit the names of two referees, one of which must be your most recent employer.
Closing date: 5 March 2021.
Apply today and join our amazing success story.
Lordswood Boys' School
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Boys school with students of age 11 - 16 years