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Behavioural Support Officer

Archbishop Sentamu Academy

Details about this role

Job reference: asa_bso_231121

Level/salary range: Grade F, Scale Points 8-13 (£20,493-22,627 FTE salary)

Hours of work: 37 hours per week, term time only

Contract type: Permanent

Closing date for applicants: 3 January 2022

Interviews: TBC

Start date: February 2022

What this role involves

Archbishop Sentamu Academy are looking to appoint a Behavioural Support Officer. This is an exciting opportunity to join an academy with a commitment to excellence. The core focus of this job is to complement the professional work of teachers by taking responsibility for implementing the school’s Attendance and Behaviour Policy and improving the attendance and behaviour of identified students who attendance and/or behaviour is a barrier to their performance. The successful applicant will be responsible for recording, monitoring, evaluating and reporting on attendance and behaviour data and will work within the school, promoting good attendance and behaviour and identifying students with poor attendance or behaviour and working with them and their family to improve their attendance and/or behaviour at school.


About us

Archie’ is the spirit of the Archbishop Sentamu Academy, reflecting its vision and underpinning its values. We believe that everyone has unique, God-given talents and gifts; everyone can achieve and everyone can be extraordinary.

Being a part of Archie means that together, we can achieve more, and that to be truly successful you have to aim high and work hard in teams, as well as individually.

We are caring, inclusive and proud of our Christian ethos. From day one, our students are taught that if they serve each other and work together, they can achieve far more that by working alone. We recognise that every student may need some special support during their time with us, so we ensure that students have access to a mentor if they would like one. This ensures they have everything they need to stay on track, and to achieve.

We invite you to join us in developing the ‘Archie Family’ spirit and taking your place at the heart of a loyal community.

Application form

Job reference: asa_bso_231121
About you - Step 1 of 12

IMPORTANT: Before you begin...

The following application form is split into 12 sections which should take around 30 minutes to complete. As there is currently no facility for applicants to save their progress, you may find it helpful to have the following standard interview information to hand, prior to filling out your application: education history, qualifications, employment history, references etc.

Although all sections are straightforward, Section 6 (Supporting Statement) requires applicants to describe how they meet the essential criteria of the person specification. Information, examples and evidence to illustrate how you feel you meet the essential criteria should also be included. As there is currently no facility for applicants to save their progress, you may find it useful to compose this statement separately (e.g. in Microsoft Word) before copying and pasting your text into the box in Section 6.

Other than the answers you provide throughout the following form, if you have additional information you would like to include in support of your application, please record it at the end of your Supporting Statement (Section 6).


Please note: a copy of your submitted application form will be emailed to you on completion.

If you have any questions about this application form, please email recruitment@hslt.academy clearly stating the job reference number.

Archbishop Sentamu Academy – Behavioural Support Officer

Job reference: asa_bso_231121

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