Pupil and Family Support Mgr

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Type of Position:Support staff - Permanent
School:Christchurch Junior School
Salary:£17,140 - £19,705 per annum
Start Date:January 2023
Closing Date: 12th December at 8am

Start date

January 2023

Contract term


Working hours

Part time

26 hours per week

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 8.30am – 3.30pm, to include a daily lunchtime supervision duty

Weeks per year

Term-time only contract, including INSET days



Salary range

(per annum)

Support staff salary points 19 – 25

£27,852 to £32,020 (FTE)

£17,140 - £19,705 (pro rata)


Christchurch Junior School

Reports to



About the Post

The successful candidate would be responsible for supporting a range of pupils and families across our school. The role will include 1:1 and small group support, as well as regularly liaising with a range of agencies and ensuring strong communication with all parties. Candidates will be able to apply their counselling skillset in this role to the benefit of all stakeholders.

Christchurch Junior School is a large, popular community school, which caters for almost 500 children aged between 7 and 11 years. The children spend four years here. The classes are organised in year groups hosting four classes each. We are an inclusive school and welcome children from all walks of life and all faiths. The children enjoy excellent facilities in purpose-built premises. which

Our vision is to create a caring community of motivated young learners who develop the confidence, skills, attitudes and qualities to realise their full potential. The concepts of ‘Belonging’, ‘Achieving’ and ‘Growing’ are important to us, because they support us to achieve our vision.

We are a member of Twynham Learning - an exciting multi-academy trust of ambitious infant, junior, primary and secondary schools serving the local community. Our aim is to offer this generation of children, young people and those involved in their education the very best leadership, teaching and learning, professional development and support services.

What we can offer you

  • By working at our school, you will be making a positive contribution to our local community
    • An opportunity to work with wonderful children
    • Automatic membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme
    • Free on-site parking

Who we are looking for

We are looking for candidates who wish to pursue a career in education and will relish the opportunity to:

  • Provide pastoral care for pupils and their families
  • Develop and deliver multi-agency interventions to support vulnerable children, young people and their families.
  • Champion issues relating to attendance to ensure that the children and young people are enabled to maximise their success in primary school and fulfil their true potential.
  • Undertake statutory tasks related to safeguarding and attendance issues.
  • Act as a Deputy DSL and complete appropriate training.

You will also be keen to live our Twynham Learning staff values, which are:

  • Aim high
  • Keep improving
  • Don’t leave anyone behind
  • See the bigger picture

Any questions?

To discuss the post or your application, please contact Emma Barton on 01202 485579 or email us at

How to apply

To apply for this vacancy, please submit a Job Application Form and Diversity Questionnaire by email to:  

Only applications made using our own official application form will be accepted. You can download the form and questionnaire here:

The closing date is Monday 12th December 2022 at 8am.

Twynham Learning values diversity and inclusiveness. We aim to eliminate unlawful discrimination and promote diversity throughout our whole workforce. We want our workforce to be representative of all sections of our community, so we give equal opportunities to all job applicants. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability status, gender reassignment, marital/partnership status, pregnancy/maternity, race/colour/national origin, religion/belief, sex or sexual orientation. Only people who can evidence their right to work in the UK will be considered for this vacancy. We are committed to robust Safer Recruitment processes as part of our strong commitment to safeguard children and young people. An enhanced criminal records check will be undertaken on the successful candidate. Candidates must disclose all unprotected spent and unspent cautions and convictions. It is an offence to apply for this post if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity with children.


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