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Developing the Role of Non-teaching Pastoral Staff

Explore effective strategies and interventions to ensure your pastoral support staff supports their emotional, mental and behavioural well-being on their journey through school

Open Training Course Open Course
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Suitable for: Non-teaching staff who are engaged in supporting the pastoral, emotional, behavioural and learning needs of students in schools, colleges and academies across the UK.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 7604WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

Colleagues without teaching responsibility play a central role in supporting the pastoral needs of learners in schools, colleges and academies across the UK. This course will explore the variety of roles and responsibilities expected of those with non-teaching pastoral responsibility — developing skills to support the emotional, behavioural and learning needs of students and understand how to build more effective professional relationships with parents and carers, team members and outside agencies; in order to create a whole-school approach to pastoral care.

  • Understand what can be expected of non-teaching pastoral staff
  • Develop knowledge, understanding and skills to support the emotional and behavioural needs of learners
  • Explore your role in supporting outstanding attendance and punctuality
  • Engage with data to support our interventions and evidence the positive impact of our work
  • Build positive and supportive relationships with team members across the school
  • Enhance our relationships with parents and carers to support the pastoral and learning needs of our students

Sessions

Exploring the role of non-teaching pastoral staff
  • What do Ofsted or ISI expect to see in an effective pastoral care programme?
  • What part can I play in positively supporting the pastoral needs of my students?
  • How can I establish an effective place in my school’s pastoral support teams?
Supporting the emotional and behavioural needs of students
  • What do our students need from us to support their emotional and behavioural needs
  • Engaging with coaching and mentoring strategies to support learners’ emotional and behavioural needs
  • 20 highly effective interventions to support emotional and behavioural well-being
Improving attendance and punctuality
  • Why high levels of attendance and good punctuality matter
  • Exploring models of good practice to improve the attendance of persistent absentees
  • Using data and intervention to reduce in-school truancy and poor punctuality
Building effective partnerships
  • What is needed from you and your team to ensure positive and impactful collaborative working
  • Engaging with outside agencies to better support the pastoral needs of your students
  • Key ideas to build positive partnerships with parents and carers
Very well tailored for individual needs and good incorporation of whole group. Ashma Ghani, Manor High School
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