Mullion School - Senior Pastoral Lead (Safeguarding/Mental Health)

Closing Date: Thursday 8th June 2023
Interview Date: TBC
Contract Type: Permanent

Mullion School, part of Truro and Penwith Academy Trust, is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated senior pastoral leader for Safeguarding and Mental Health. The post-holder will work closely within the pastoral team to guide and support students to access their learning, ensuring every child has the support they need to succeed within our thriving school.

As a key member of our pastoral team, you will be making a significant contribution to students learning, ensuring they are safe, and are protected from harm. You will also have a lead role in supporting student mental health. You will play a lead role in our culture of safeguarding, and in mentoring children to have positive attitudes to education, and to ‘dream big’ about their futures. You will work within an experienced and highly supportive team. You will have previous experience of working with children, supporting them to overcome barriers, and will believe, as we do, that education unlocks potential and the future for our children.  You will be a passionate advocate for the entitlement of all children to education, and will champion diversity and inclusion, in line with our school ethos.

You will share our focus on supporting all our students to achieve their full potential and our commitment to their personal and social development alongside academic excellence.

Of crucial importance to us, our successful applicant will be a determined and resilient team player whose vision and principles fully align with our school’s inclusive ethos. You will share our dedication to education and removing barriers for our students, and will have a relentless and ambitious determination to support our students to develop the character and knowledge that will help them flourish and succeed in life.

Please send completed application forms to: sb@mullionschool.org.uk

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, workers, volunteers, governors and trustees to share this commitment.  All successful applicants will be subject to appropriate pre-employment checks and will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Check, a Safeguarding Self-Declaration Form and satisfactory online searches undertaken.