Due to the growth of the academy, we are seeking to appoint an outstanding colleague to join our academy as a Learning Pastoral Support Officer for our Alternative Provision.
The role of the LPSO is to lead on all matters involving the leadership and management of any student placed in the Alternative Provision, including the progress, welfare and behaviour of students, to lead and contribute to an ethos within the year group where all students are valued and encouraged to develop both educationally and personally.
We are looking for a suitably experienced, enthusiastic, driven, hardworking individual who is able to use their own initiative and can relate to and establish an excellent rapport with students.
Co-op Academy Manchester is a mixed, non-selective, academy that is part of the Co-op Academies Trust. The academy serves students from the age of 11-16 and is situated in a Higher Blackley in North Manchester, with approximately 1,600 students on roll.
Values and vision
Our goal of excellence in everything is underpinned by our values of Fairness, Ambition & Respect.
We are looking for colleagues who are up for a challenge; who want to make a real difference to the lives of the children they work with; who are committed to their own professional development and who want to be outstanding teachers, classroom assistants, administrators, leaders, and support workers across a wide range of roles in our academy.
What we offer
The opportunity to work in a highly successful academy with a growing reputation as a high-performing educational setting.
Significant opportunities for professional development and growth within the academy and the Trust.
The opportunity to work under the ethics and values of the Co-op.
Co-op Academies Trust benefits package.
What Ofsted says
The academy has “established a clear sense of purpose and direction and a strong work ethic among all leaders who aspire to create a haven for pupils, so they can ‘dream big’ and secure a positive future journey beyond school.”
“Teachers are not afraid to be innovative to ensure that pupils receive the best life chances.”
“The school’s profile among the community is high and resources and facilities have an impact on the lives of pupils beyond the school gate.”
A competitive salary will be offered if the successful applicant can show:
A commitment to the values and beliefs of fairness, ambition and respect
He/she is a good classroom practitioner and able to motivate, engage and inspire students.
A strong commitment to the students and raising standards
An interest in career progression
Please download full details and an application form from our website www.cam.coop or contact Mrs C Downend, c/o Co-op Academy Manchester, Plant Hill Road, Higher Blackley, Manchester M9 0WQ. Alternatively e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0161 795 3005.
Closing date for application is 21 April 2022 at 12 noon