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Attendance and Family Liaison Officer 


School Name: Sheffield South East Trust
Norfolk Community Primary and Nursery School
Post Title: Attendance and Family Liaison Officer
Salary: LGS Pay Scale Grade 4 £20444 to £22571 pro rata
Hours: 25 hours per week (worked over 5 days, 38 weeks)
Closing Date: 31 st January 2023
Interviews: w/b 6 th February 2023
Sheffield South East Trust is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated Attendance and Family
Liaison Officer to join Norfolk Community Primary School.
The school serves a diverse and established community in the south east of the city. The school is
part of the Sheffield South East Trust (SSET), which unites six local schools (Acres Hill Primary,
Manor Lodge Primary, Wybourn Primary, Phillimore Primary, Woodhouse West Primary). The schools
within the Trust work closely together for the benefit of the children and communities they serve.
There are many opportunities for support, training and networking between the schools.
The ideal candidate will be:
 Confident to work directly with families to support them to improve their children’s attendance.
 Able to use a range of systems to produce and analyse accurate attendance data.
 Reliable, versatile and self-motivated, with the ambition to develop their skills and expertise.
 An enthusiastic, team player who is able to communicate effectively and build good
relationships with children, their parents/carers and staff.
 Willing to work flexibly within the demands of the job.
 Able to work both independently and as part of a team.
 Experienced in working in a pastoral role
Applicants should complete the Sheffield South East Trust application form, available on the
school website, and return it to the school via email to
Visits to the school are encouraged. To arrange a visit or for further information, please contact the
school. Email Tel: 0114 2502760
Norfolk Community Primary and Nursery School
Guildford Avenue,
South Yorkshire,
S2 2PJ
‘Sheffield South East Trust will work with urgency to improve the quality of learning and
outcomes for all children.’