Old Priory Junior Academy

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Senior School Administrator (known locally as Senior Pupil Services Officer)



Senior Pupil Services Officer, Plympton

35 hours, 39 weeks a year

£19,171 – 20,344pa (pro-rata £15,529-16,903pa)

Local Government Pension Scheme

 Are you an experienced school administrator, passionate about ensuring schools deliver the best service for their pupils, families and the staff? Are you ready to lead the administrative function in the schools, supporting all the services relating to pupils in the school office?

Old Priory Junior School and Plympton St Mary Infant School are part of the St Christopher’s C of E Primary Trust and they are seeking a Senior Pupil Services Officer, to support the Pupil Services Officers currently in post across both schools and provide crucial support to the staff at the schools.   This is a new role for our Trust where pupil services is brought to the forefront, acting as the heartbeat of operational activity.   The role is supported by 2 Pupil Services Leads and 1 Pupil Services Manager who lead and support the whole Pupil Services function for the Trust, so there is always someone you can reach out to if you need support.

 You’ll need to have experience of pupil service administration in a school or academy setting and could keep a positive focus when problem solving. You’ll be an excellent communicator whilst being responsible for a wide variety of tasks, including being the local expert in our school systems e.g. SIMS. You’ll be ensuring our pupil services teams give quality administrative support to leaders and teachers in the schools and provides a wonderful welcome to any visitors.

 If you have any questions about the role, please email the Headteacher, Suzie Ottewell, at admin@oldpriorystcmat.org Please visit www.stchristophersmat.org for an application form which should be returned by email to HR@stcmat.org by 10am on Friday 25th September. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 29th September. 


We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful candidates. Candidates are encouraged to read our Safeguarding policy before applying.

The St. Christopher's Trust website shares information about current vacancies in the wider Trust:


School Motto

Pursuing Excellence Through Inspirational Opportunities

Mission Statement

Collaboration, Individuality, Resilience, Ambition, Respect, Honesty

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