|School||Park Lane Primary School|
|Address||Park Lane, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 7RY|
|Head||Miss Enid Lewis|
|Job title ||Social Inclusion Officer/Parent Support Adviser |
Grade 5, SCP 12 -17 (£24,496 – 26,845 + LW) pro rata
|Hours||Full time 30 hrs per week (Will also consider part time applicants)|
|Closing date||When post is filled|
|Start date||1 January 2024|
|How to apply|| |
Please visit the school’s website for an application pack.
Visits to the school can be arranged by appointment with the main office.
|Additional information ||Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check. |
Park Lane Primary School is a vibrant multi-cultural community school where staff, parents and governors work together to ensure that children develop as independent, lifelong learners ready to face the challenges of the future.
At Park Lane Primary our Social Inclusion Officer/Parent Support Advisor is held in high regard by our families and staff. They provide active support for our families both inside and out of school. They use a wide range of skills and contacts to increase engagement with the school and improve the learning outcomes for all pupils.
Experience of working with children and families essential. You would also be expected to have experience of multi agency working; in particular a good knowledge of social services procedures.
We can offer:
- A welcoming, friendly school with enthusiastic children who love learning.
- A friendly, supportive staff team and governing body.
- An exciting opportunity to bring your ideas and enthusiasm to shape the role that will make a positive difference to children and families.
- A commitment to your ongoing professional development.
- A community with the school at its heart.
- Parents who care and love the school.
What we are looking for:
- You must be approachable, flexible and able to deal with sensitive and confidential situations, and express empathy with a wide range of people.
- You will have excellent communication and inter-personal skills and the ability to build effective relationships with parents, staff and external agencies.
- You will have the ability to organise a wide variety of activities for children and their families
- Be able to liaise with staff members regarding children and their families where necessary
- Be able to support parents to attend meetings and appointments
- Have a good understanding of child protection
- Be able to refer parents to local support services