Pastoral Support Manager

Hayes SchoolBromley

Pastoral Support Manager for Years 7-9 (KS3) or Years 10-11 (KS4)

Term time: 36 hours per week / 39 week per annum

Scale 3 (point 5-6) Actual Salary £18,327-£18,658 (depending on experience)

Required as soon as possible

We are looking to appoint a dynamic and proactive Pastoral Support Manager to play a prominent role in delivering outstanding pastoral care. Working alongside our Achievement Co-ordinators and the Behaviour and Inclusion Manager, you will demonstrate commitment, drive and have a proactive problem-solving approach in support of outstanding student behaviour and wellbeing.

The role has many facets and will require considerable skills in liaising with parents/carers, students, teachers and other stakeholders, including external agencies with the ability to develop and maintain positive relationships a key to the success of the role.  The Pastoral Support Manager will frequently be the person filtering information and tackling situations as they arise thus a calm head and the ability to communicate clearly and confidently are essential.

The Pastoral Support Manager represents a new role to Hayes School and is an exciting opportunity to work within a strong and committed pastoral team to not only ensure the effectiveness of our day to day pastoral care but also play a crucial role in making a difference to the education and lives of our children and young people.

You will have excellent inter-personal skills and have the highest expectations for yourself and others.  You will be able to work both independently and as part of a wider team and prioritise workload accordingly.  You will be joining a team of highly skilled and committed professionals who are relentless in the pursuit of pastoral excellence.


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