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Family Support/Early Help Worker for Attendance - Templars Primary School

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Family Support/Early Help Worker for Attendance - Templars Primary School
37hrs per week
39 weeks - TTO
£15.25 - £18.35 per hour
Grade 6

We are seeking to appoint a Family Support/Early Help Worker for Attendance to join our team. Could you support, motivate and guide pupils, to help them overcome barriers that are preventing them from achieving their full potential?  Liaise with families establishing good relationships.  In this pivotal role, you will work within the Pastoral Care Team, identifying the needs of learners who require support and planning how to help them. 

Templars is a super place of work with an excellent team ethic. The whole team is committed to improving opportunities for both our pupils and staff. We have high aspirations for the children of our wonderfully diverse community and a proven record in developing careers supported by a dedicated leadership team. So that you can decide whether you would like to join us, here is what is important to us: 
•    Templars puts safeguarding first
•    We believe that our community deserve us to be the very best we can be
•    We are proud of our team ethic and value commitment and generosity of spirit
•    We live by our values of Care, Respect and Honesty
•    We believe that hard work and relationships are key to success and we expect everyone to be the very best of themselves
•    We believe that working in education is an attractive, deeply satisfying, joyful job
•    We believe that staff need to be happy, healthy, well-qualified, highly motivated, hardworking well-trained experts, who in return for the best working conditions that we can provide, accept the professional obligation to improve
•    We believe in and evidence-informed approach to school improvement, most particularly in teaching and learning, to help us to identify what works best in our classrooms
•    We believe that truly great teaching is that which improves pupil progress
It is also important to refer to our website, in particular our chosen approach to behaviour management and we strongly recommend a visit to the school to see us in action. Please contact our admin team on 02476 466337 to arrange an appointment.
The successful candidate will demonstrate:
•    A passion for working with pupils in accessing the curriculum to the full, to ensure they make excellent progress and reach their true potential
•    A commitment to drive the raising of standards which have an impact on learning and monitoring progress, adjusting provision to meet changing needs
•    The ability to work both using their own initiative and as part of a wider team
•    A commitment to working closely with parents and carers 
•    The ability to work with individual pupils, in addition to small groups

Closing date:    Monday 5th June 2023 at midday
Interview date:    w/c Monday 12th June 2023

Please download the application pack and return completed direct to the school -

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced criminal record check via the DBS.

Following recommendations from Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) for an additional pre employment check with effect 1 Sept 22, please note, an online search may form part of this recruitment process.

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