HLTA leading Behaviour and Pastoral Care
Salary Grade Range: Scale SO2, spine point 27 to 29
Actual Salary: £29,134.51 - £30,193.43 per annum
Hours; Full Time 35 hours per week (8.30-4.30), Term Time Only
Contractual Status: Fixed Term 12 months (maternity cover)
The Executive Headteacher and Governors at Rotherfield Primary School would like to recruit for an HLTA leading Behaviour and Pastoral Care starting October 2019.
The role of HLTA will have a major impact on the children’s lives through delivering high quality behaviour and pastoral intervention, and supporting vulnerable children and their families. We are looking for someone who can:
- Lead behaviour across the school, working with all staff to support the use of the school’s behaviour system, and continue to develop warm relationships between staff, pupils and parents
- Communicate with parents, staff and Governors about behaviour
- Evidence a reduction in exclusion and withdrawal through designing and implementing bespoke emotional and behavioural interventions
- Be the lead professional for children on your case-load who need support
- Support the Lunch Lead in securing high quality play and lunch provision that supports positive relationships and behavior
- Be part of the school’s pastoral team ensuring that actions are taken for pupils we are concerned about
In return we can offer you:
- A school committed to your professional learning/development
- A vibrant and creative place to work
- A school at the heart of its community
Rotherfield is a vibrant and welcoming school, within the London Borough of Islington. Visits to the school are actively encouraged - please contact the school office to arrange a time on 0207 226 66 20
Closing date for applications: Midnight on Wednesday 25th September 2019
Interviews held: Week beginning 30th September 2019
Please apply online at http://jobs.islington.gov.uk/disciplines following the jobs link. If you need any assistance, please email email@example.com quoting reference RTH/432.
Rotherfield Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure.