Welfare & Pastoral Lead

Discipline: SEN Education
Employment type: Full Time
Salary: £22K - £24K Actual Salary (39 Weeks)
Contact name: Victoria Marsden

Contact email: paul@scejobs.co.uk
Job ref: 6128
Published: about 1 month ago
Welfare & Pastoral Lead, Handforth Cheshire.

Employer
You would be joining a Specialist School / SEN School for Children & Younger Adults who have Autism, communication difficulties.  With a fantastic reputation and aiming towards an outstanding rating with Ofsted, this is a fantastic School to be part of.

Benefits
  • £14.00 - £15.30 per hour, depending on relevant skills and experience.
  • Actual Salary for 39 Weeks £21’840 - £23’868 per annum.
  • Full-time, 40-hours per week (term-time only, 39 Weeks).
  • Continuous Training & Development.
  • Perk Box helping you save money on your bills.
  • Company sick pay, pension, and Life Assurance, Health Cash Plan (Optical & Dental Plan)
  • Lots of other Perks & Benefits available.

Your Duties
As Welfare & Pastoral Lead you will play a vital role in supporting pupils to be resilient and confident learners by rewarding social development and planning support strategies to avoid any sensory triggers.  You will safeguard their welfare as well as supporting the students with any key issues which effect their schooling, attendance, engagement to ensure positive outcomes. 
You will ensure safety across the school and evaluate risk and higher end behaviours ensuring that interventions are reviewed and actioned.  You will naturally support the delivery of social skills by managing group programs e.g., Mind works, Yoga, Feel Good days that support wellbeing. 
A Full detailed job description is available after initial application.

 

Criteria

  • Full driving licence essential.
  • Experience of Supervising or Managing other people.
  • Previous experience of working with Children in and SEN Setting & Autism is Essential.
  • Understanding Safeguarding and child protection guidelines.
  • Knowledge of understanding behaviour management reporting.
  • Experience and understanding of safeguarding children in an education setting.
  • Good communication skills both written & verbal.
  • A natural leader who can motivate pupils and the wider staff team.
  • Ability to deal with people, parents, and support workers sensitively.

 

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