Deadline for applications: 
12 noon Monday 1st November 2021

  • 22 hours per week

  • Term Time Only plus 10 days

  • Actual Starting Salary £13,293 per annum

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Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner

22 hours per week (Term Time Only, plus 10 days)

Actual Starting Salary £13,293 per annum

This advert is being placed by Wetherby High School on behalf of the EPOSS Cluster Leadership Group

The EPOSS Cluster was established in 2006 and successfully brings together partners from a range of different agencies, including Children’s Centres, schools, voluntary / community / faith representatives, Police, Health, Social Care and the Local Authority in the Wetherby and Boston Spa area of North East Leeds.  The Cluster provides a range of services to meet the needs of children, young people and families, including an extended programme of activities in school holidays.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner to join the EPOSS Cluster team. The EPOSS Cluster consists of a multi-disciplinary team supporting 15 primaries and 1 secondary school in North East Leeds. Working in partnership with other agencies we offer a wide range of targeted support for children, young people and their families across the Cluster. The team are based at Wetherby High School and travel regularly between cluster settings.

The successful candidate will have experience in supporting children who have SEMH needs. You will be able to assess the needs of the child/young person and family before developing and delivering a bespoke intervention plan. You will be capable of liaising regularly with other cluster staff and partners alongside maintaining positive relationships with cluster schools. You will have the ability to work successfully with parents/carers, communicating effectively to ensure the wellbeing of all.

If you are looking to be stretched and challenged and you have a genuine desire to make a positive difference to our children and families, please submit an application form, covering letter and CV to by 12 noon on Monday 1st November 2021.  It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Wednesday 3rd November 2021.

If you are considering applying for this role and would like further information, in the first instance please contact Vicki Hall, EPOSS Cluster Lead via email at

 The Cluster is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check and satisfactory references. 

 We promote diversity and want a workforce which reflects the population of Leeds.