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Pastoral Support Administrator

South Hunsley School and Sixth Form CollegeEast Riding of Yorkshire

Pastoral Support Administrator

Hours: 37 hours per week, Term Time + 37 plus hours

(Applicants applying for part time hours on a job share basis will be considered)

Contract Type: Permanent

Based at South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, East Dale Road, Melton, Brough, HU13 4HS

Salary: Scp 6, Actual Salary £16,324

South Hunsley is a genuinely outstanding school where everyone has the highest possible aspirations. We believe that the potential of young people is limitless and we are very proud of the fact that our students are the highest performing students in the East Riding. Our committed and caring staff are fundamental to the success of our students.

South Hunsley is a very large, heavily over-subscribed secondary school with over 2100 students on roll, including 430 in the sixth form. We are fortunate to work with fantastic students, an outstanding staff and supportive parents. The school was judged to be outstanding by Ofsted in 2013. In each of the last 3 years, our Progress 8 figure has been in the range of +0.49 to +0.59 and we have won the Pupil Premium Award for Yorkshire and the Humber in 2 of the last 4 years. Our sixth form goes from strength to strength and this summer we were placed in the top 10% of providers according to ALPS. We have an outstanding programme of personal development and extra-curricular activities and in 2016 we were rated as the third best state school for sport.

South Hunsley is a Teaching School and lead school in the Wolds TSA. It is part of The Education Alliance, a growing multi-academy trust, currently consisting of South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, Malet Lambert School, Driffield School and Sixth Form, The Snaith School, Hunsley Primary School, North Cave C of E Primary School and Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training. We are here to make great schools and happier, stronger communities so that people have better lives. We do this by always doing what is right, trusting each other and standing shoulder to shoulder and doing what we know makes the difference. Doing what is right means always acting with integrity, in the interests of others and being honest, open and transparent.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Pastoral Team. You will have a background in working with young people in a school environment and substantial experience of working within an administrative role. You will also have expertise in the use of IT packages including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

We are a values driven organisation, offering autonomy, collaboration, shared learning and development, opportunities for innovation, personal and professional growth and a high level of professional trust.

Interested? You can find out more about us by watching our video at https://theeducationalliance.org.uk/working-in-the-trust/ and visiting our website (www.theeducationalliance.org.uk).

Applications are to be received no later than 9:00am on Thursday 22nd October 2020.

The Education Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.

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