Wellbeing Practitioner( Pastoral) School

Job Type:
Job Sector:
Education, Social Care
East Midlands
£12,668 to £12,668 per annum
Salary Description:
£12668 per annum
Job Ref:

Wellbeing Practitioner


Term time only


Part-time Monday – Friday,


25 hours per week, 9.00am – 2.30pm including 30 mins lunch break


Salary:  £20,300 – £22,500 FTE (pro rata £11,429 - £12,668)


Contract term:                 Permanent




We are seeking to appoint a practical, approachable person to offer a listening ear and support to pupils dealing with illness or turbulence during their school day.


The Wellbeing Practitioner’s role is two-fold. Firstly, to offer a front-line wellbeing support service for pupils who need to talk to someone during school hours?


This would be in liaison with the wider pastoral team in school and sits within a clear pastoral support structure. Secondly, the Wellbeing Practitioner will support the school nurse in dealing with minor first aid matters and administration.


The role is a new one and we require someone with an understanding of teenage girls and a good deal of patience and initiative.  First Aid and Mental Health First Aid qualifications are a requirement of the role and we offer this training to successful applicants if required.


The role would suit someone who has an interest in young people and an empathy with their particular needs and we anticipate the specifics of the role to develop according to the skills of the person appointed.



About the School:


Northampton High School, part of the Girls' Day School Trust (GDST), is an independent girls’ day school for girls aged 2 to 18, with a reputation for academic excellence, strong pastoral care and a wide breadth of extra-curricular activity. We are proud to be at the forefront of education for girls and a strong voice in promoting opportunities for young women. 





As part of the GDST, the UK's leading network of independent girls' schools, we can offer a variety of benefits, such as:

- Competitive salaries and pay progression
- Access to GDST central training and development programmes
- A discount of up to 50% on fees for children at GDST schools
- Good transport links
- Training grants for qualifications
- Generous pension schemes
- Free life assurance benefit
- Lunches:  free lunches are provided to all staff during term time
- Computer loans:  interest free loans are available to staff to enable them to buy a 
- computer for personal use at home or school
- Cycle scheme:  the school is part of the scheme which enables staff to purchase
- bicycles and equipment at a tax advantageous rate and pay for the equipment over 12
- months




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Contact Details:
Tel: 01733 427 182
Contact: John Martins

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