Student Welfare Officer – Needed for a Creative and Nurturing Independent School


    Location
    London
    Date

    THE COMPLETE WORKS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

    Student Welfare Officer (SWO) – needed for a creative and nurturing Independent School.

    The Complete Works (TCW) is an innovative alternative education provider that offers a unique and creative way of delivering education. Our child-centred approach to learning allows students to feel engaged, empowered and respected. We recognise every student is different and tailor our education experience to try and meet those different needs and strengths. We offer education for key stages 1-5 in a number of small hubs and/or in homes/libraries in small groups or a one-to-one basis. Many of our students have missed significant periods of education, have SEND and/or may have been permanently excluded from their mainstream schools.

    We are currently seeking an Student Welfare Officer who will be based in our Hubs/Offsite/Central Office

    The Role: The Student Welfare Officer’s role is to deliver programmes of pastoral care, wellbeing support and personal coaching to our students, on a one to one basis. The sessions are highly bespoke programme and based on the unique needs and personality of the students. The SWO will have the freedom and flexibility to create and deliver these programmes as they see fit, working closely with the education, interventions, counselling and safeguarding teams to ensure that TCW students are safe, protected and happy. By offering this highly specialised pastoral care the role ensures that all elements of their students’ TCW experience is catered for and they are in the best position possible to both engage in their current studies and be prepared for their next steps.

    We are looking for a fantastic communicator, both written and verbal who has a have a real passion for education. You will need to be able to manage your workload and help others while maintaining a level head.

    The Complete Works school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 2020. Any job offer will be conditional on the satisfactory completion of pre-employment checks, including an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and barred list check.

    Please note we do not operate with National Pay Scales as an Independent School

    This is an exciting opportunity to really make a difference to hundreds of students across London. If you’re passionate about education and a great team player, please apply now!

    Closing date: 24th February 2024.

    Salary: From £26,605 FTE per annum.

    Start date: ASAP.

    Interviews: We are shortlisting and interviewing candidates as applications are received.

    Contract: Permanent.