Pastoral Support Officer - Chadsmoor Federation

Stafford, Staffordshire
£20,043 - £21,269 pro rata
12 May 2022
06 Jun 2022
Sandie Cross
Contract Type
Part time permanent
Working Pattern
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Pastoral Support Officer

Grade 5 SCP 6-9 (FTE £20,043 - £21,269 – Actual Salary £13,979 - £14,834)

30 hours per week - 8.30 am - 3.30 pm, Monday to Friday

Term Time + 5 inset days

We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and flexible Pastoral support Officer to join our team. The role plays a pivotal part in helping to support our children to reach their full potential and contributing to the ongoing success of our Federation.

Chadsmoor Federation consists of two schools, Chadsmoor Community Infant and Nursery and Chadsmoor CE Junior School. Our vision is:

“Everyone in our school and family is valued as a unique child of God and encouraged to reach their full potential and flourish within our caring Christian community.”

The successful candidate will be:


  • experienced in working with young people either in education and/or social care be confident in managing challenging behaviours and have the ability to remain calm have the ability to engage with children and families, building a rapport and trust have the ability to implement and monitor behaviour management strategies possess excellent organisational skills combined with the ability to prioritise time and tasks in order to meet deadlines and provide a friendly and efficient service have a high level of communication and emotional intelligence skills committed to realising the potential of all young people

The successful candidate will work closely with staff, parents, children and external agencies to help intervene with difficulties associated with school life, including attendance and behaviour. We are looking for an individual who can prioritise their workload and resolve issues that arise independently. 

This post will be based at our Junior school but will work closely with our Pastoral support officer based at the Infant school.

The role will include:

  • providing pastoral and nurture intervention for vulnerable pupils
  • working with and supporting families
  • a strong commitment to raising standards, giving children the best possible start in life
  • working with outside agencies to support children and families

We can offer you:

  • working in a truly inclusive, forward-thinking school
  • the full support of an experienced professional team of staff
  • well established protocols and systems
  • continuing Professional Development and training to support you in your work

Closing Date:       Monday, 6th June 2022, 4pm

Shortlisting :        Tuesday, 7th June 2022

Interviews :          Thursday, 9th June 2022

Candidates will only be contacted if shortlisted.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Successful applicants will need to undertake a DBS enhanced clearance for the school.


For further information, please visit our website or telephone 01543 227200 or email the Junior Office at


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