Pastoral Support Coordinator - Key Stage 4

St. John Bosco Catholic Academy
Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School
£21,334.35 - £23,805.42 per annum
Closing date
7 Dec 2023

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Job Type
Schools / Academies - Support staff roles
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern

Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School is a wonderful school in the heart of Sandwell where we recognise and celebrate the uniqueness of every child, encouraging them to “do and be of their best” at all times.

7th Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School is a wonderful school in the heart of Sandwell close to motorway link so highly accessible from all areas of the West Midlands. Stuart Bathurst is a rapidly improving 11-18 Catholic school with approximately 900 students on roll. Students and staff are warm, open and supportive to one another and proud of our school and its achievements. Most recently in April 2022 we were judged ‘outstanding’ in the Archdiocese of Birmingham Section 48 Inspection.

We are looking to appoint a Pastoral Support Coordinator in Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11) who is committed to promoting our Catholic ethos along with our high standards of expectation. The successful candidate with be joining a strong team of pastoral leaders, which includes Heads of Year, a Behaviour Manager and Senior Leaders. The role covers all areas of students support, including behaviour, attendance, pastoral care, student wellbeing, the triage of potential safeguarding concerns to our Safeguarding team and support with Transition from Year 9 to Year 10 (GCSE/Level 2 Options process).

Visits to the school are most welcome. See our website at

Further details and a full application pack are available from Mrs A Rai on 0121 556 1488 or email:

Closing Date: Thursday 7th December  2023 – noon

Interviews: w/c Monday 11th December 2023 (Day to be confirmed with shortlisted candidates)

St John Bosco Catholic Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

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Supporting documents
Definition of a Practising Catholic
Disqualification Guidance
Application Form
Person Specification
Job Description
Pastoral Support Coordinator - KS4 Advert (1).pdf

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