Student Support & Welfare Officer-DBS Essential

Posted 12 March by Office Angels Easy Apply

Role: Student Support & Welfare Officer (Year 9)
Salary: £11-£13ph DOE
Location: North West London
Duration: On-going (Temp to perm for the right person)
Client: Popular Secondary School and Sixth Form
**UP TO DATE DBS IS ESSENTIAL**

Aim:

  • To be the first 'port of call' for students in all matters except those relating to teaching and learning
  • To be a key member of the pastoral teams
  • To improve the effectiveness of year team -organisation through better communication with parents and outside agencies.
  • To contribute to the overall ethos, work and aims of the school

Duties:

Supporting Attendance; Punctuality; Registration; Health & Welfare

  • Monitor attendance and punctuality across the year group and refer any causes for concern to the Pastoral Support Leader and produce reports where necessary
  • A daily check to ensure that all registers have been completed for each from in the Year Group. Follow up any errors or emissions
  • Phone/text parents of students who have first day absence.
  • Keep a record of students in the Year Group who are late to school. Issue late slips and ensure that the correct procedures are followed with regards to Late Detentions for both the Year Team and the Headteacher
  • Administer First Aid for and other welfare support to students

Supporting the Year Calendar and Year Events

  • Attend Parents Evenings and take the lead in setting up the hall and classrooms for the Parents Evenings
  • Attend all formal meetings in relation to a student in the year group i.e. professionals meetings; reintegration meetings for students placed in the Curriculum Base Room; PSP meetings etc. Record the main action points agreed at these meetings..
  • Be the first and immediate point of contact for parents for the year group in the school.
  • Maintain and manage accurate student records and files.
  • Co-ordinate all information received from the staff at the school, parents and outside agencies regarding individual students.
  • Make arrangements for admissions and leavers documentation including the transfer of appropriate record files.
  • Work with the Year Coordinator and Deputy Year Coordinator to enforce the school code of conduct with the year group and to deal with the administrative documentation and parental contact over such issues
  • Work with the Year Co-ordinator and Deputy Year Coordinator to enforce the school uniform code including the correct equipment for learning and the school planner
  • Develop and maintain positive home/school links. Keep the Year Co-ordinator and Deputy Year Coordinator and any other relevant staff appraised of any relevant issues
  • Ensure that the Designated member(s) of staff is informed immediately and that the necessary paper work is ready for any referrals relating to child protection issues
  • Provide support during their examination and assessment periods as required
  • Collate the data gathered through student and parent questionnaires
  • Provide additional support to the Year team during special off-timetable days including looking after guests/arranging refreshments, etc
  • Attend all Year Team meetings
  • Support assemblies for the Year Team and help produce certificates/commendations as and when required in the calendar
  • Undertake word processing and produce and process year group administrative documentation

Responsibilities

  • Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to the appropriate person(s)
  • Be aware of and support differences and ensure equal opportunities for all
  • Appreciate and support the role of other professionals
  • Participate in training and professional development activities and programmes, and attend and participate in meetings as required
  • Participate in whole school events, outside of normal school hours on occasion, with due notice when the designated Year group is involved
  • Appreciate and support the role of other professionals, and establish constructive relationships and communicate with other agencies and professionals
  • Contribute to the school's commitment to equality of access to opportunities to learn and develop for all students
  • Undertake other responsibilities commensurate with the post under the instruction of the Headteacher or Governing Body of the school

    NB: If this company and position appeals to you then please email your CV to the below email quoting reference: in the subject header

    Advertised by Office Angels, Camden branch. Please note that due to a high volume of response Office Angels receive; only successful candidates will be contacted For the purposes of the Regulations, please note that Office Angels in the provision of these services will be operating as a recruitment agency. Office Angels are an equal opportunities employer.



Office Angels is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Required skills

  • Admin
  • Education
  • Student
  • Student Welfare
  • Secondary
  • DBS
  • year 9

Reference: 34662997

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