Pastoral Manager (2 Posts)
Selly Park Technology College for Girls, 5 Selly Park Road, Selly Park, Birmingham,
B29 7PH, Tel: 0121 472 1238, Fax 0121 415 2799
Required as soon as possible, Permanent Full Time (term time only or all year round)
Selly Park Technology College for Girls is a high performing 11-16 specialist school in the south of Birmingham with 700 girls on roll and a proven record of GCSE success and high CVA scores.
The school has been in the top 3% for Value Added Performance throughout the last decade and indeed has been in the top 1% for many of these years. In 2016, Selly Park was again congratulated by the Department for Education for being in the top one hundred non selective schools in the country for Value Added scores. The school was awarded Pupil Premium Winner Key Stage 4 for the West Midlands Region at 2016 Pupil Premium Awards.
The School is looking to appoint two Pastoral Managers, who have experience of working with children in a secondary school setting. You will have the drive to display a talent for keeping your thoughts and ideas organised, as well as the communication skills to translate them into accessible and easy to follow direction and support.
In these positions you will be working with a supportive management team and surrounded by excellent colleagues. The School prides itself on its holistic ethos, providing all pupils with more than just an academic education. Working closely with the Assistant Head Teacher you will be given all the support and guidance you could ask for.
Our aim is to help each child and their family by achieving learning gains across academic, pastoral and behavioural aspects. We believe in a multi-disciplinary approach to meeting each child’s needs, resulting in carefully managed support streams for our pupils. The school works closely in partnership with parents, referring authorities and external agencies to coordinate the best possible care, guidance and support for its pupils.
Informal visits prior to the application are warmly welcomed.
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.