Pastoral and Behaviour Officer

37 hours per week, TTO + 5 days

Salary Range C1 £18,383- £20,296

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding, highly motivated, enthusiastic and innovative Pastoral and Behaviour Officer to join our growing, dynamic and supportive school. We are looking for an individual who will take responsibility for and manage the pastoral welfare of a full year group in Key Stage 3 (225 students). You will oversee and lead on the attendance, behaviour and pastoral needs of this year group and will work alongside a Year Coordinator who is a teaching member of staff with responsibility for the academic progress of the same year group.

You will need to communicate effectively with a range of school staff and have the ability to implement strategies successfully. You will be able to engage well with parents and carers.

The successful candidate will also assist with supporting behaviour and standards across the school, working alongside other Pastoral Behaviour Officers to be on call and support work in our inclusion room.

Join us and you will be part of a wider pastoral team with a strong passion for positive student outcomes, where every child matters. We are a creative forward thinking team and believe in working collaboratively, sharing ideas and supporting each other to achieve great things.

Success is seen throughout our ambitious and consistently oversubscribed 11-19 school, which enjoys strong community and international links. Our commitment to excellence in education is recognised nationally.

For our 1400 students, Horsforth School provides an engaging environment of discovery and growth. For our colleagues too, this setting offers some great benefits. Located in north-west Leeds, the school is just five miles from the city centre with its thriving retail, leisure and cultural facilities, yet on the edge of open countryside. York, Harrogate and the Dales are within easy reach.

If you’d like to find out more, email

Closing date: 12 noon on Monday 30th March 2020
Start date: ASAP

We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and we expect all colleagues to share this commitment. Appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.