Overview

Do you have experience tutoring children with Special Educational Needs? Would you be interested in working as part of a collaborative team, to provide the best access to education for our children and young people? If so, become an Eslander and start a truly rewarding career!

Esland are excited to announce that we will be opening a new SEN school in the Bridgnorth area early 2025.

We invite experienced, dedicated teaching staff to registered their interest to join us for this great new opportunity.

If you have UK based SEN/SEND/SEMH experience as a teacher, tutor, TA, HLTA, DSL or SENCO we would love to hear from you!

About our schools:

Our talented staff deliver the very best educational experiences and therapeutic care for 8 to 18 year-olds, who are unable to access formal learning environments within a day-school setting. Our students have a range of special educational needs, disabilities or have experienced trauma. They are placed at the school via local authority commissioning teams.

Our specialised teachers, tutors, support staff and therapists help students re-ignite their curious spark, form the building blocks to life-long learning and gain the knowledge, skills, and qualifications they need to make their own indelible mark on the world.

We follow Esland’s Turning the Curve™ education model, which works with Turning the Curve™ tutors, carers, parents, and schools to help students unable to access education in any form re-enter full-time education in a school setting.

The model offers a completely flexible, child-led curriculum that enables them to learn in a way that’s right for them, while meeting their social, emotional and mental health needs through therapeutic approaches.

We ensure that all core subjects, vocational and functional subjects are available through to GCSE level.

What we are looking for:

We will be seeking a new team to include an Assistant Headteacher/Deputy Headteacher, subject teachers, outreach tutors, HLTAs, teaching assistants and admin support.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Experience and qualifications to the necessary level (e.g. QTS, PGCE, SENCO etc.)
  • Proven experience of working with specialist education for young people with SEND/SEMH
  • Solid experience of working with young people that challenge
  • Some knowledge and experience of vocational educational pathways
  • Committed, conscientious and passionate about inclusion
  • Ability to plan, evaluate and monitor learning and progress
  • Ability to differentiate all aspects of learning to promote inclusion and attainment
  • Ability to build good relationships with young people and all others supporting the pupil
  • Highly organised and have the ability to prioritise and use their time effectively
  • Resilience, stamina, flexibility and excellent inter-personal skills
  • A positive attitude to hard work and challenging situations
  • A good sense of humour!
 

We can offer:

  • Competitive pay  
  • Commitment to continuing professional development
  • A supportive, inclusive working environment
  • Access to a wide range of benefits, including our internal rewards app, high street discounts and our pension scheme
  • Staff recognition awards
  • Competitive salary
  • Comprehensive, paid induction training (that is accredited through the Bild Association of Certified Training) and ongoing training within the role
  • Fantastic opportunities for career development, we promoted over 50 colleagues last year!
  • A £500 bonus via our ‘Refer a Friend’ scheme 
  • A day off for your birthday (in addition to your holiday entitlement) 
  • Access to a holiday home based in the Peak District where you can stay for free, on the company!
  • A warm, family work environment and a company culture focused on fun!  
  • A highly rewarding job with no risk of boredom!

About Esland

With over 35 years of residential childcare experience, the Esland group now has more than 60 residential children’s and assessment homes, and three schools, that are spread across the Kent, Hertfordshire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, Wiltshire, Bedfordshire, Nottinghamshire, West Midlands and Northamptonshire regions of England. We strive to support our children to achieve their very best outcomes, through our bespoke residential care, education, therapeutic and activity-led wraparound services.

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