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Job Ref No. ECC5413-215S Position Type: Teaching/Child Support Pay Range: Scale 6
Position Start Date: 01/09/2024 Contract Type: Full-time Contract Term: Permanent
Application Close: 14/07/2024 Midnight Date of Interviews: ASAP  

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Scale 6£26,873 to £28770 FTE £21,813 - £23,353 Actual

Term Time only 36.25 hours per week 8.15am - 4.00pm

We are seeking a dedicated PPG Coordinator to join our team, committed to supporting Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) students in their day-to-day school engagement. As a champion for these pupils, you will play a pivotal role in improving their educational outcomes and overall school experience.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Student Support: Provide targeted, personalised support to PPG pupils, removing barriers to achievement and ensuring sustained engagement in their education.
  • Intervention and Monitoring: Deliver the Pupil Premium Action Plan, monitor progress, and implement interventions when students fall below expected levels.
  • Attendance: Improve attendance and punctuality among PPG students, identifying non-attendance issues and liaising with families to resolve them.
  • Parental Engagement: Facilitate parent engagement classes, maintain regular contact with parents/carers, and act as the primary point of contact for pastoral care inquiries.
  • Aspiration Building: Enhance student aspirations through co-curricular activities and support in self-esteem and confidence-building.
  • Pastoral Support: Manage pastoral issues, implement behaviour management programs, and liaise between school, home, and external agencies.
  • Safeguarding: Monitor safeguarding information and attend relevant meetings to ensure student welfare.


Requirements:

  • Experience in supporting young people, particularly in an educational setting.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with teaching staff, support staff, parents, and external agencies.
  • Commitment to the school's aims and strategic objectives.


Why Join Us? You will be part of a supportive and dynamic team dedicated to raising the aspirations and achievements of PPG students. Our school is committed to professional development, providing opportunities for growth and training.

Our school is committed to safeguarding and all posts are subject to an enhanced DBS Check and pre-employment vetting.

Information about the School

THE SCHOOL A warm welcome to Thurstable School, a school built on ethos and with a clear aim of building knowledge and growing character. At the heart of everything we do lies our core values of aspire, respect and endeavour, values that are lived and not just laminated.

We are at an exciting time of our development as we strive to be a school of character and academic excellence and are looking forward to helping your child become the best version of themselves and achieve great academic outcomes whilst developing good character.

In the Summer of 2022 the GCSE results were “significantly above average” and in the top 20% of the country (Department for Education) and we are unashamedly clear that academic scholarship, reading and writing are at the heart of our curriculum.

We have the wonderful Thurstable Loves To Read programme as well as our innovative Morning Meeting programme based upon cognitive science and are committed that all students leave us with a reading age that matches their chronological age.

Equally important to our ethos is growing character and one of our mantras is “true character is doing the right thing when no one is looking”. We believe that character is taught, caught and sought and are committed to providing as many opportunities for the students to make memories from foreign exchanges, musical productions, Duke of Edinburgh schemes and numerous sporting opportunities.

We are committed to our mission statement of "Building Knowledge, Growing Character". We won’t get everything right, but we will always be honest, be led by our values and learn from the best schools in the country to make ours better.

OUR VALUES

Our core values ARE Thurstable. The values of Aspire, Respect and Endeavour are part of our DNA and inform all of our interactions and decisions at the school.

These values underpin our daily routines and are experienced in everything from the calm and purposeful atmosphere to the way our students interact with each other, staff and guests. We actively teach and role model these values and are very much part of our unique character curriculum.

We use the idea of 'Phronesis' to guide us. Phronesis is practical wisdom, a virtue which allows us to make the right decisions at the right time for the right reasons.

We expect our students and staff to use phronesis in their daily life at Thurstable.

ASPIRE

We aspire to the best jobs, college and university places We aim to achieve the highest outcomes possible We pursue excellence and seek recognition We take risks and love learning We are curious and ask questions

RESPECT

We respect ourselves, others and the environment We are respectful, polite and courteous at all times We are on time and we have the right equipment We treat others in our diverse community as we wish to be treated We always follow instructions: first time, every time We are kind

ENDEAVOUR

We work hard to achieve success We focus on the tasks in hand and tackle them conscientiously We have the resilience, tenacity and grit to keep going when others give up We represent the school and participate fully in school life We support others to achieve

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

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Contact Information

Fiona Beck
Maypole Road
Tiptree, Colchester
Essex, CO5 0EW
Telephone: 01621 816526
Email: beckf@thurstable.co.uk