Education Welfare Officer
Belmont Community School
Grade 6 (£24,054- £26,845 pro rata)
37 hrs per week
26th May 2023
We are looking for an Education Welfare Officer to work with our pastoral team. The objective of the team is to ensure the highest possible standards of progress, achievement, attendance, behaviour and wellbeing of a cohort of students. Your role will include working with students and parents to ensure students are accessing education fully and barriers to learning are addressed and removed. You will work with school staff and other agencies to address family needs that impact on students’ behaviour, attendance and progress at school. This is a non-teaching role.
This is an excellent opportunity to join Belmont Community School, we will offer you a supportive network of colleagues and access to training and CPD as required.
As our name implies, the school lies at the heart of its community. Belmont is a leafy suburb on the outskirts of Durham City. As a result of high expectations, enthusiastic teaching and very positive relationships, students enjoy school and want to do well.
Details are also available via the links below or alternatively contact Elaine Morgan on 0191 3865715. Please note we do not accept CV’s. Application forms can be downloaded and returned via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to school.
Belmont Community School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.
The County Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We want to develop a more diverse workforce and we positively welcome applicants from all sections of the community.
✓✓ Applicants with disabilities will be invited for interview if the essential job criteria are met.
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Belmont Community School
Belmont Community School is a highly popular and successful school for students aged 11-16. Central to our well-established tradition of high achievement is our relentless commitment to academic standards, firm discipline and high quality pastoral care. We have the very highest aspirations for our students and staff. Our students have a strong history of success in those academically rigorous traditional subjects most valued by our parents and universities.Visit School Website
Applying by post
Completed forms can be posted to Belmont Community School, Buckinghamshire Rd, Belmont, Durham DH1 2QP marked FAO Elaine Morgan.