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At Cavendish Education, we see past the labels associated with learning differences and instead see the young person and their potential. Now in our tenth year of operation, our day and boarding schools offer a range of exciting opportunities as we continue to expand to meet the needs of more young people.

Cavendish Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Applicants must be able to provide evidence of having the right to live and work in the UK and be prepared to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Applicants must undergo child protection screening, including checks with previous employers.

Modern Slavery/Anti Slavery Statement​​

Introduction It continues to be a priority for Cavendish Education Group to ensure that every member of our group trades ethically, sources responsibly and our systems work to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking throughout our whole organisation and in our supply chains. We remain committed to a programme of continuing improvement through all of our practices throughout the group to combat slavery and human trafficking. This is done through the implementation of our anti slavery and human trafficking group policy and our supply chain due diligence. Organisation’s structure and business ethos The Cavendish Education Group is a family of independent co-educational day and boarding schools and colleges for students between the ages of five and 21. As a group, we are transforming the common perception of specialist education and throughout our schools, we challenge what it means to be neurodiverse by supporting our students to excel in ways they never thought possible. We believe we are unparalleled in our approach, which sits between mainstream and traditional special school education. Our curriculum supports and nurtures students with a diagnosis of autism and associated communication and language needs, as well as those with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia. Our supply chains include: • Catering; • Information technology; • Professional services including (but not limited to) legal, accounting, financial, planning and development. • Recruitment. • Real Estate services. Our policies on slavery and human trafficking We have appropriate policies in place that underpin our commitment to ensure that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. We continuously review and update all our policies. Our own internal antislavery and human trafficking policy reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our supply chains. Due diligence processes for slavery and human trafficking Given the nature of the business operated by the Cavendish Education Group family, we consider that exposure to slavery/human trafficking to be relatively limited. Nonetheless, it has taken steps to ensure that such practices do not take place in its business nor the business of any organisation that supplies goods and/or services to it. We therefore have in place systems to: • Identify and assess potential risk areas in our supply chains (e.g. catering sector). • Mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring in our supply chains. • Monitor potential risk areas in our supply chains. • Protect whistle blowers. Supplier adherence to our values and ethics We have zero tolerance to slavery and human trafficking. To ensure all those in our supply chain and contractors comply with our values and ethics we have in place a supply chain compliance programme. Training To ensure a high level of understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and our business, we provide training to our staff. This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our Group’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31 August 2021. This policy has been approved by the Board of Directors of Cavendish Education Ltd. Date: 31 January 2022 Anti Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy

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  • Character
    In addition to supporting students to thrive academically, we enable our students to flourish on a personal level. Understanding values such as morality, respect, leadership, perseverance, and empathy will help them succeed in the adult world. Other important life skills we embed include the ability to make informed decisions, teamworking and knowing the difference between right and wrong.
  • Competence
    Our activities aim to develop proficiency socially, academically and emotionally. We define competence as having the tools to master different situations and scenarios, for example managing one’s emotions, knowing a topic inside-out, or being able to communicate feelings effectively.
  • Confidence
    Empowering students with confidence in their own abilities and worth is a crucial driver of the Cavendish curriculum. Our confidence model covers four elements: communication, independence, responsibility, self-awareness.
  • Creativity
    Recognising and nurturing our students’ innate creativity is a vital part of our approach. Building creative skills feature strongly in the curriculum, for example by supporting students to broaden their thinking so they recognise more than one solution to a given challenge. Another desirable outcome is the ability to capture and break down a broad creative concept into manageable blocks to help our students realise their creative visions.
  • Learning outside the classroom
    Students who may struggle in a traditional classroom setting often thrive in an outdoor environment. Experiencing success helps them realise what they can achieve when they challenge themselves. Learning outside the classroom inspires young minds and takes many forms, for example studying academic subjects on the farm or at forest school. Our adventure and residential trips are designed to build confidence while away from home; they also encourage teamwork, resilience and problem solving. Sport and physical activity as education complements the mental health and wellbeing benefits of spending time in outdoors.
  • Therapeutic and specialist support
    Our academic, co-curricular and pastoral provision is complemented by a fully integrated programme of therapeutic and specialist support. This includes access to subject specialists, therapists, counsellors, and support workers. Our small classes guarantee high levels of personal attention from specially trained and empathetic teaching and support staff. We focus on each student’s areas of strength and interest, and tailor their learning accordingly. Sophisticated assistive technologies are available to help students achieve their best work.
  • Preparation for life
    We work closely with our students to help them understand and appreciate their unique learning profiles. This empowers each student to embrace, celebrate and value the attributes that make them unique. Through carefully crafted PSHE programmes, we bring important topics to life and call upon expert speakers to share insights. We focus on achieving independence as adults and offer students access to varied and bespoke life skills input. This might include travelling safely, handling money, cooking, personal care, and social skills. We also have opportunities for work placements that are meaningful, relevant, and sustained. ​
  • Educational outcomes and wellbeing
    Our schools and colleges offer access to a wide range of subject choices and qualification levels, carefully chosen to align with each student’s strengths. This approach allows every student to progress and achieve, regardless of their starting point with us. The transformation of our students takes place on a foundation of outstanding empathy and support, plus the rebuilding of self-confidence and the celebration of individual achievements, large and small. The focus is not solely on academic results, we want our students to prepare for life beyond our doors. For this reason, we also offer support in areas such as fitness, health, nutrition, resilience, and mental wellbeing.
  • Special educational needs classroom teacher
    Location: Abingdon House School - You’ll be based in Marylebone (Senior) or South Kensington (Prep) Contract type: Full-time (term time only) ​ Description: This role would suit an enthusiastic and aspirational teacher who is either primary or secondary trained. While previous SEN experience or training is desirable, excellent teaching skills, interpersonal qualities, and a genuine desire to put the child at the centre of their learning is of equal importance. You will be responsible for the planning and delivering of lessons in a range of subjects, and supporting students’ development of academic, personal and life skills. Therapy is integrated across the curriculum, and you’ll be working as a multidisciplinary team to adapt the curriculum and classroom experience to suit students’ individual needs. Classes have around ten pupils each and include mixed ages – generally across two year groups. Students are studying the national curriculum across Key Stages 1-4, and are working towards functional skills, BTEC qualifications, and GCSEs. All teachers teach across all subject areas for the Key Stage 1-3 curriculum, with subject specialist teachers for the Key Stage 4 curriculum. There are opportunities for advancement in this role with the school's further expansion, such as taking on SENCo responsibilities or joining the middle or senior leadership teams. ​ Essential qualifications and experience ​ QTS (ECT first and second year can apply) Experience working with SEN children Passion for working with SEN students Please email hr@abingdonhouseschool.co.uk for an application pack if you'd like to apply for this role.
  • Admissions officer
    Location: Abingdon House School - South Kensington, Marylebone Hours: Full-time Salary: £35,498-£38,251 Description: We’re after someone with excellent interpersonal qualities and communication skills to be the first point of contact for the AHS admissions process. You’ll be in charge of responding to all queries promptly and effectively, and keeping enquiry records up-to-date and accurate. You’ll organise visits and tours with prospective families and other relevant individuals, and devise and roll out surveys for families engaged in the admissions process to help improve our systems. Essential qualifications and experience ​ Previous school administrator experience Admissions experience is desirable, though not essential Experience working with SEN children is desirable, though not essential Please email hr@abingdonhouseschool.co.uk for an application pack if you'd like to apply for this role.
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)
    Location: Gretton School Job type: Permanent - Full time (8am-4pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8-5pm Tuesdays) term time only. Salary: £22,401 actual starting salary (depending on experience) Apply by: 10 May 2024 Description: We are looking for exceptional people to work with our exceptional students. We are recruiting a Higher Level Teaching Assistant to start as soon as possible. The successful candidate will have the ability to support teaching across the secondary age range and to work with the class teacher to complete annual review paperwork and reports. What you'll need to succeed HLTA Qualification (or willingness to complete) GCSE grade C (or equivalent) in both Maths and English Knowledge, understanding and experience of Autism as well as a broad knowledge of strategies used for teaching students with ASC Ability to remain calm under pressure and be able to adapt to change quickly We are seeking people who thrive on working in a challenging but immensely rewarding environment, who are passionate about supporting the development of social, life and independence skills and who truly want to make a difference in the lives of young people. What you'll get in return Gretton is a friendly school where staff are supportive of each other inside and outside of the classroom and there is an opportunity to really make a difference to the lives of our students and their families. Gretton has a person-centred focus, providing each child with a personalised education and care programme tailored to help meet their unique needs. At Gretton, our staff are like family, so don’t delay and apply today to join the Gretton family. We reserve the right to close vacancies early if we have sufficient suitable applications. Therefore we encourage interested applicants to submit an application as soon as possible. Safeguarding recruitment statement Gretton School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff to share this commitment, applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service. We aim to be a fair employer and are committed to equal opportunities. Gretton School does not discriminate against employees on the basis of gender, ethnic origin, disability or age.
  • Counsellor
    Location: Burlington House School Salary: Based on Experience and Qualifications Job type: Full Time, Permanent Contract type: Full Time, Permanent Closing date: 19th May 2024 Description: Burlington House School is a successful Independent Prep, Secondary and Sixth Form School for children with Dyslexia and associated SpLDs. We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic Counsellor to join this team. Burlington House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check. Please apply with a brief cover letter and the completed application form. Your letter should briefly outline any relevant experience, skills and qualities.
  • SEN Teaching Assistant
    Location: Holmewood School - Muswell Hill / North Finchley Job type: Full time, part time, permanent position - Monday-Friday 08:30-16:30 Salary: £20,362 - £21,899 (depending on experience and qualifications) Start date: 3rd June 2024 Apply by: 14th May 2024 Description: We are looking for dynamic, energetic, flexible and enthusiastic Teaching Assistants to join our small, warm and friendly team due to an increase in our student numbers. Full Time / Part Time: We are looking to recruit two full time TAs to join our team, we are open to exploring part time candidates if we can cover the two full time roles. Your role will be to support teachers with classroom practice and pupils in their academic, social and emotional learning. You will be committed to providing the best opportunities for our rewarding but sometimes challenging group of learners and ensuring every child is supported to achieve their full potential. We are located on three sites in the Finchley/Muswell Hill area. Our Lower School in North Finchley is conveniently situated opposite Woodside Park station (on the Northern Line), our Upper School is based at a lovely site in Muswell Hill and a newly refurbished site near Finchley Central. The successful candidate will primarily be based at one site, however will be required to work at all The Holmewood School London campuses across North London and, as required, accompany students to external places of learning. We can offer you the benefits of working to a school calendar with an average of a 37-week academic year and an excellent professional development package.
  • Teacher of Mathematics
    Contract: Full Time, Permanent Location: Burlington House School Salary: Competitive Closing date: 6 May 2024 Start date: September 2024 Description: “Burlington House is fast becoming London’s gold-standard for specialist education. It has built on the sure foundations of the dyslexia-specialist teaching of The Moat School, with a creative curriculum and expert training, to create a supportive through-school for a range of specific learning needs.” Burlington House School is a happy, award-winning all-through Independent School providing exceptional specialist teaching and resources for young people with Dyslexia and associated SpLDs. We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic Maths teacher to add to our dedicated and inspirational team of specialist class teachers in KS2, KS3 and KS4. If you are a caring, energetic optimist who is passionate about helping young people to succeed in everything they do… If you are a team player who values working with like-minded professionals, and who wants the opportunity to develop and thrive in their career… And if you are someone who believes that every child deserves a champion, then we want you to join our team! The Burlington House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.
  • Art Teacher
    Location: Ripplevale School, Rochester Job type: Full Time, Permanent Salary: MPS 1 to MPS6 Start date: September 2024 Apply by: 17 May 2024 Description: Are you passionate about nurturing creativity and empowering young minds through art education? Ripplevale School and College in Rochester is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Art Teacher to join our team and inspire our students on their artistic journey. About Ripplevale School and College: Ripplevale School and College is a vibrant educational institution committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment for students with diverse learning needs. Our dedicated staff work collaboratively to foster academic excellence, personal growth, and a love for learning in all our students. Key Responsibilities: Deliver engaging and creative art lessons to students across various age groups and abilities, including those studying for Arts Award and GCSE qualifications. Develop and implement innovative teaching strategies that cater to individual learning styles and support students in achieving their full potential. Facilitate practical art projects, workshops, and activities that inspire creativity, critical thinking, and self-expression. Provide constructive feedback and guidance to students to help them progress academically and artistically. Collaborate with colleagues to integrate art across the curriculum and contribute to the wider school community through extracurricular activities and events. Requirements: Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent teaching qualification. Hold the qualification of Arts Award Gold Assessor. Specialism in art education with a strong understanding of the Arts Award and GCSE curriculum. Experience working with students with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) is desirable but not essential. Passion for art and creativity, with the ability to inspire and motivate students from diverse backgrounds. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organisational skills. Benefits: Competitive salary based on experience and qualifications. Supportive and collaborative work environment with opportunities for professional development and career progression. Access to comprehensive benefits package including pension scheme and employee assistance programme. If you are enthusiastic about making a positive impact through art education and are ready to join a dynamic team dedicated to unlocking the potential of every student, we would love to hear from you!
  • Teaching Assistant
    Location: Gretton School Job type: Permanent Salary: £19,401 starting salary (depending on experience) Apply by: 03 May 2024 Description: Your new school Gretton School is an independent specialist school for children and young people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, specifically high functioning autism. We welcome students from 5—19 years old, as weekly boarders or as day students. Based just outside Cambridge, we work with 12 counties to provide a broad and individualised education for these unique and wonderful students. The school is growing and developing, it’s integrated therapeutic team are working tirelessly alongside the management team and the teaching and support staff to further develop our fantastic practise and outcomes. This is a really exciting time for Gretton School, its staff and students, do you have what it takes to share the journey, and effectively support the school to its rightful bright future? Your new role We are looking for exceptional people to work with our exceptional students. We are recruiting Teaching Assistants to start as soon as possible. The successful candidates will have the ability to support teaching across either the secondary phase or sixth form. What you'll need to succeed We are seeking people who thrive on working in a challenging but immensely rewarding environment, who are passionate about supporting the development of social, life and independence skills and who truly want to make a difference in the lives of young people. What you'll get in return Gretton is a friendly school where staff are supportive of each other inside and outside of the classroom and there is an opportunity to really make a difference to the lives of our students and their families. Gretton has a person-centred focus, providing each child with a personalised education and care programme tailored to help meet their unique needs. At Gretton, our staff are like family, so don’t delay and apply today to join the Gretton family. We reserve the right to close vacancies early if we have sufficient suitable applications. Therefore we encourage interested applicants to submit an application as soon as possible. Safeguarding recruitment statement Gretton School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff to share this commitment, applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service. We aim to be a fair employer and are committed to equal opportunities. Gretton School does not discriminate against employees on the basis of gender, ethnic origin, disability or age.
  • Teaching Assistants - Permanent & Fixed Term 1:1
    Location: Heathermount School Apply by: 29th May 2024. Description: We are looking for creative and enthusiastic teaching assistants who will make a positive contribution to achieving the best outcomes for our students. Experience of working with students with autism would be an advantage, but is not essential. Teaching assistants support our students in their learning by either working with individuals or groups of students. They also contribute to the assessment, planning, recording, monitoring, and reporting of students’ progress. Our classes are small (max 8 in Secondary), and our staff training is comprehensive. We work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for our students and parents. Please do not hesitate to call the school for an informal chat or come and visit us and meet our inspiring, wonderful young people and our hard-working, talented staff. We welcome interest from colleagues from both mainstream and special or alternative provisions. Please call 01344 875101 or email admin@heathermount.co.uk. Our application and suitability self-declaration form can be downloaded from our Vacancies page. NB At Heathermount we evaluate applications on receipt and may contact suitable candidates for interview before the closing date. Please note, the role will close as soon as a successful candidate is appointed, so early application is
  • English Teacher
    Location: Ripplevale School, Rochester Job type: Full Time, Permanent Salary: MPS 1 to MPS 6 Start date: September 2024 Apply by: 17 May 2024 Description: Are you passionate about shaping young minds and empowering students to excel in English? Ripplevale School and College in Rochester is seeking a dynamic and dedicated English Teacher to inspire and educate our students. Ripplevale School and College is a renowned educational institution committed to providing a nurturing and inclusive environment where students can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. Situated in the heart of Rochester, our school embraces diversity, fosters creativity, and encourages excellence in education. Role Responsibilities: - Plan and deliver engaging English lessons tailored to the needs and abilities of students. - Foster a supportive and inclusive learning environment that promotes student participation and achievement. - Assess student progress and provide constructive feedback to facilitate continuous improvement. - Collaborate with colleagues to develop innovative teaching strategies and curriculum enhancements. - Participate in extracurricular activities and school events to enrich the educational experience of our students. Qualifications and Requirements: - Bachelor's degree in English, Education, or related field. - Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent certification. - Proven experience teaching English at the secondary level, preferably in a diverse classroom setting. - Teach GCSE and Functional Skills English - Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. - Passion for education and a commitment to fostering a positive learning environment. Why Choose Ripplevale? - Opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of students and contribute to their academic success. - Supportive and collaborative work environment with dedicated colleagues and leadership. - Professional development opportunities to enhance your skills and advance your career. - Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
  • Occupational Therapist
    Location: Burlington House School Hours: Full Time, Permanent Salary: Starting £37,000 Start Date: September 2024 Closing date: 12 May 2024 Description: Burlington House School is a successful Independent Secondary and Sixth Form School for children with Dyslexia and associated SpLDs. A brand new Prep Day School opened in September 2022, creating a unique continuity of specialist provision across four key stages. in 2024 the school will open its fourth site in Tooting. A vacancy exists for an Occupational Therapist to join our multidisciplinary team for a full-time permanent term position. You will be joining a therapy team of 3 other Occupational Therapists, 4 Speech and Language Therapists, 3 counsellors and a Multi-Therapy assistant that works across three sites. Burlington House school is an Independent School for pupils aged 7-19 that is mainstream in structure and specialist in nature. Burlington House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check. We are willing to accept applications from professionals requiring skilled worker visa sponsorship Please apply with a brief cover letter and the completed application form. Your letter should briefly outline any relevant experience, skills and qualities.
  • Lead Health Professional
    Location: Wilds Lodge School Job type: Permanent and full me (Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4.00pm). Term Time Only Salary: £29,500 Apply by: tbc Start date: To start as soon as possible Description: We are excited to offer the opportunity for a dynamic and qualified Lead Health Professional to take lead responsibility for health provision in our residential school. The Lead Health Professional will oversee the health needs of approximately 70 boarding and 30 day pupils and will be an integral part of a professional, multi-disciplinary team. We are looking for a dedicated and committed practitioner who would not only manage the daily medical routines, but would also take an active part in delivering programmes to improve health outcomes for school aged children and young people (5-19 years). This includes reducing childhood obesity, smoking, sex education, supporting mental health initiatives and working with our teaching, care and therapeutic staff on all aspects of personal, health and social education (PHSE). The school’s health team includes a range of staff including health care support workers. The Lead Health Professional is part of a team responsible for ensuring that the school provides an optimum service of care relevant to the practice population, practising independently in accordance with UKCC code of conduct and with reference to Practice Guidelines. You might have experience in a school setting, although this is not essential. Those working in other medical fields, seeking to broaden their experience or looking for a new challenge are equally encouraged to apply. About Wilds Lodge School Wilds Lodge School is an independent 38 week specialist boarding and day provision for boys and girls (girls are accepted as day students only) for students aged between 5 and 19 with social, emotional and mental health difficulties, set in Empingham, Rutland. All the students at the school have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP). It was established in 2007 and aims to place an equal emphasis on the educational, social and psychological development of our students. The key to the success of the school is a strong ethos, developed by a highly experienced and capable staff, and the strength of the relationships between the staff and the students. We are a friendly school where staff are supportive of each other inside and outside of the classroom. We pride ourselves in ensuring all members of staff including our support staff have access to regular training. All our members of staff a end regular training on child protection; mental health and multi-agency working. All staff access a wide range of training on areas of SEN such as Autism, attachment and ADHD.
  • Occupational therapist
    Contract: Full-time and part-time positions available (both for term-time only, ~37 weeks per year) Location: Roles at the AHS Senior School ( Marylebone) and Prep School (South Kensington) both available Salary: Band 6/7 equivalent Description: In this role, you’ll deliver therapy and education programmes based on pupils’ individual needs at AHS. This will include preparation, delivery, and evaluation of support programmes, and delivery and assessment of pupil interventions in and outside of school. You’ll also deliver regular assessments and progress reports, and participate in appraisals and clinical and management supervision as and when required. In addition, you’ll contribute to and support all aspects of school life, helping with safeguarding both on the school premises and during school outings and other activities. Essential qualifications and experience Qualified OT HCPC registration Experience working with SEN children Please email hr@abingdonhouseschool.co.uk for an application pack if you'd like to apply for this role.
  • Admissions Enquiries Administrator
    Location: Heathermount School Apply by: 29th May 2024 Description: We are seeking a proactive and committed individual to work alongside our admissions lead in delivering a high-quality admissions process to families and local authorities. The role requires someone with solid administrative skills, who can process consultations ready to be presented to the school’s admissions panel ensuring that deadlines are adhered to. If you would like to know more about the position or arrange a visit or an informal discussion, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please call 01344 875101 or admin@heathermount.co.uk. The application form can be downloaded from our Vacancies page. NB At Heathermount we evaluate applications on receipt and may contact suitable candidates for interview before the closing date. Please note, the role will close as soon as a successful candidate is appointed, so early application is recommended.
  • SENCo/teacher
    Location: Abingdon House School - Full-time role, based in South Kensington Contract type: Full-time (term time only) ​ Description: This role would suit an enthusiastic and aspirational primary school teacher and SENCo with demonstrated knowledge of the needs of children with SEN/SpLD. We’re after someone with excellent interpersonal qualities and communication skills who is passionate about teaching SEN students. In addition to teaching duties, you’ll oversee academic and therapeutic provision for an allocated caseload of students, ensuring adherence to pupils’ EHCPs. You will coordinate with teaching and therapy staff to produce and manage IEPs, oversee annual reviews, and deliver other necessary assessments; also liaising with local authorities and caregivers where required. In the case of trial students, you’ll assess their needs and feed back to the Admissions team to support their decision-making process. Where necessary, you will also liaise with caregivers’ legal representatives to support appeal and tribunal processes. Essential qualifications and experience ​ QTS SENCo qualification and/or previous experience working as a SENCo Experience working with SEN children Passion for working with SEN students Please email hr@abingdonhouseschool.co.uk for an application pack if you'd like to apply for this role. ​
  • Speech & Language Therapist - Band 6 (Part-time)
    Location: Heathermount School Apply by: 29th May 2024. Description: We are looking to appoint a part-time (3 days a week) Speech and Language Therapist who is enthusiastic, keen to learn, innovative and would fit in well with a well-established Speech and Language team. Our team of education and therapy staff help to provide a high-quality educational experience for our young people and a professional and extensive CPD programme for all staff. As a Speech and Language Therapist at Heathermount school, you will be an integral part of our dynamic on-site therapy team dedicated to building the confidence of students and preparing them for life. Our therapy team provides Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational therapy, and Clinical Psychology. As an autonomous professional working within our therapy team, you will help to provide a high-quality educational experience for our young people. Alongside the lead SALT, you will deliver therapy, train others, and help to shape a developing service while enhancing your own clinical skills. You will contribute to service-specific projects and could follow through your own ideas with the support of the experienced lead SALT. You will need an HCPC recognised speech and language degree. The role includes assessment, diagnosis, and management of children with complex speech, language, and communication needs. You will work closely with families, peers, and professionals in the educational setting. If you are enthusiastic, keen to learn and share our commitment to maximising every child’s potential, we would love to hear from you. The application form can be downloaded from the school's Vacancies page. NB At Heathermount we evaluate applications on receipt and may contact suitable candidates for interview before the closing date. Please note, the role will close as soon as a successful candidate is appointed, so early application is recommended.
  • Behaviour and Welfare Assistant
    Location: Wilds Lodge School Working hours: Monday- Friday, 8.30am- 4.30pm Contract: Term-time only Salary: £22,000 per annum Description: The Behaviour and Welfare Assistant will be accountable for the highest standards of behaviour of pupils at Wilds Lodge School, including; ● Involvement in developing and enhancing the behaviour management skills of staff working across the school and setting targets for improvement ● Implementing agreed strategies to manage and improve the behaviour of students in the school ● Delivering 1:1 and small group behaviour support when necessary Main functions: ● Plan, prepare and coordinate support of individual students following incidents ● Advise and work with staff when offering in-class support strategies- Provide on-call response to support teaching staff, when appropriate ● Liaise with other Behaviour and Welfare staff, Teaching staff, Senior Leadership Team, Care Team and on-site therapy team as required ● Support Teaching staff in discussions with learners regarding behaviour incidents- to mentor students about how to manage their emotions and feelings, leading to better self-regulation and self-management ● Implement and monitor the bullying and behaviour policies across school to ensure consistency ● Advise and work with staff offering in-class support strategies Other duties: ● Provide training to class staff around working with Behaviour in line with Wilds Lodge behaviour policy ● Provide an example of the commitment, hard-work and dedication needed to achieve excellence across all school areas throughout the tasks above The post holder may be required from time to time to undertake other duties within the school/service as may be reasonably expected.
  • Art Teacher
    Location: Heathermount School Apply by: 15th May 2024 Description: We are looking for a highly skilled, passionate and inspiring Art teacher (QTS Preferred). Our dedicated team provides a supportive network both onsite and with the wider Cavendish Education Group to ensure all our staff feel encouraged and motivated to develop and give their best. You will be part of a community of committed, welcoming staff standing by and upholding its mission in creating and maintaining a supportive and thriving learning environment to ‘Build confidence for life’ for our students. If you would like to know more about the position or arrange a visit or an informal discussion, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please call 01344 875101 or admin@heathermount.co.uk. The application form can be downloaded from our Vacancies page.
  • Occupational Therapist - OT
    Location: Holmewood School - Muswell Hill / North Finchley Job type: Full time position - Monday-Friday 08:30-16:30 Salary: £28,208.00 - £47,838.00 (depending on experience and qualifications) Start date: September 2024 or sooner Apply by: 31st May 2024 Description: We are recruiting an Occupational Therapist, to join our multidisciplinary team (MDT) on a full time basis. We see the requirements of the role as being similar to that seen in the NHS at a band 5 to 7 level and the successful candidate will join an established MDT of OTs, Speech and Language Therapists and Psychotherapists. A more experienced therapist may take the role of Team Lead and work closely with the MDT Team Lead to develop the OT service and provide supervision as required. ​ The post holder will conduct assessments, and provide and oversee tailored interventions to our students who are aged seven to 19. ​ The successful candidate will only be required to work 40 weeks per year guided by the academic year. ​ The post holder will also work closely with education colleagues and the SLT to provide appropriate OT input and training, as well as contribute to our holistic approach to mental and physical wellbeing within the school. The successful candidate will work with our neurodivergent young people who present with sensory, mental health and special educational needs associated with their diagnosis of autism. Many of our students have additional diagnoses of ADHD, dyslexia and DCD. A flexible approach, a sense of humour, reliability, punctuality, stamina, resilience and the ability to work under pressure are essential. ​ We can offer you the benefits of working to a school calendar with a 40 week year and an excellent professional development package. We are part of the Cavendish Education Group, a unique group of educational independent day and boarding schools. We work closely with the other schools in our group, have extensive community links and believe in ‘thinking differently’ and being as creative as possible in our approach. As a school, we are committed to supporting every staff member’s personal and professional development. We can offer specialist training and support as required, tailored towards the candidate’s interests. ​ Essential criteria: HCPC Registration Degree in OT Evidence of CPD in relevant areas of practice Please contact Louise Wallis-Jones (Multidisciplinary Therapy Team Lead), on 020 3908 8991 if you have any questions or would like to discuss the role.
  • Annual Review & Student Data Coordinator
    Location: Heathermount School Apply by: 29th May 2024 Description: We are looking for someone proactive and flexible to join our friendly and professional team. As our annual review & student data co-ordintor you will manage the organisation of annual reviews for our students with Education Health and Care Plans (EHCPs), and maintain student records. Visits and informal discussions are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please contact us on 01344 875101 or admin@heathermount.co.uk. If you are enthusiastic, keen to learn and share our commitment to maximising every child’s potential, we would love to hear from you. The application form can be downloaded from our Vacancies page. We evaluate applications on receipt and may contact suitable candidates for interview before the closing date. Please note, the role will close as soon as a successful candidate is appointed so early application is recommended.
  • Receptionist
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    Location: Burlington House School, London (Fulham, Hammersmith & Tooting) Hours: Full time @ 40 hrs per week, 52 weeks a year (8.00 am - 4.30 pm) Holiday: 30 days per year + bank holidays Salary: c. £50,000 per annum Starting: August 2024 Closing Date: 17th May 2024, 11.59pm Description: Cavendish Education Group - In Sept 2017, Burlington House School (Formerly The Moat School) joined the Cavendish Education Group - a family of eleven schools focused exclusively on enabling children and young people with unique learning profiles (dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and social and communication needs) to be the very best they can be. The schools in the Cavendish Group do not focus on the things a child can’t do - rather, they focus on an individual’s strengths, talents and interests, and wholeheartedly believe that ‘if a child can’t learn the way we teach, then we must teach the way they learn’. Each school has its own distinctive character, atmosphere and facilities, they all provide a well-rounded, differentiated and skilfully-supported academic curriculum. Sport, technology, the arts, outdoor education and life skills all feature highly in enrichment activities. The department & the role The HR Manager role sits at the heart of our four vibrant and diverse school sites. The position requires a strong HR Generalist, an innovative and agile thinker who enjoys tackling a wide range of issues at any one time. The successful candidate will be interacting with all staff with the desire to offer an impeccable HR provision. You will be responsible for the HR function across the four Burlington House School sites, which together employ up to 100 staff, and will be expected to base yourself at each site during your working week. 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The person Essential ● CIPD level 5 or equivalent by experience. ● Excellent command of written and spoken English. ● Up to date knowledge of and proven experience in HR practices and employment law. ● Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to relate well to people on all levels with sensitivity, tact, and diplomacy. ● A systematic approach to tasks with attention to detail. ● Excellent ICT skills e.g. Google and database input ● First-class organisational and administrative skills, with the ability to remain calm under pressure and work to tight deadlines; systematic in approach to tasks, with attention to detail. ● Sufficient numeracy to deal with statistical data and manage budgets and money. ● A high level of personal integrity, with proven experience in handling sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy and with complete respect for confidentiality. ● A willingness to support school events and activities. Desirable ● Degree or equivalent by experience. ● Experience working in HR within a school. ● Experience managing a Single Central Register. ● An understanding of Safeguarding. Job Description - Responsibilities Employee Relations ● Work closely with SLT and line managers, to guide on all Employee Relations issues, ensuring employment law and Acas best practice is followed at all times. ● Where appropriate, manage investigations, disciplinary and grievance matters in conjunction with the employment law advice provider, the Head and / or Principal. ● Manage and onboard the use of HR systems. ● Manage employee absence in line with the Burlington House School Sickness & Absence Policy for both short and long-term absences. Ensure the accurate recording of all staff absences and analyse the data to initiate improvements in absence processes or drive strategic actions. ● Liaise with Peninsula and other Cavendish Education schools' HR departments for advice in keeping up-to-date with legal developments and advise management on compliance and risk factors. Recruitment lifecycle ● To be responsible for the full recruitment life cycle from advert through to onboarding, as well as issuing offer letters and contracts of employment. ● Liaise with SLT and line managers to drive innovative recruitment strategies to ensure the school attracts the best possible talent. ● To ensure that new staff are successfully inducted into the school by guiding and supporting line managers with the induction programme and probation management. Safeguarding ● Manage the safer recruitment process in line with KCSIE and ISI regulations for all jobs on site. ● Maintain the Single Central Register to ensure the school is compliant and ready for inspection and Safeguarding Audits. Payroll ● Assist in managing the payroll process by maintaining the staff payroll system, liaising with the Cavendish Education payroll department, and working with the Bursar to ensure the staff budget reflects the payroll. ● Ensure all new contracts and contract changes are managed and communicated with the Bursar to ensure accurate staff budgets and forecasting. ● Provide timely and accurate support to staff with payroll issues, liaising with Cavendish Education payroll where required. General ● Provide efficient and compassionate support to all staff on HR issues, as and when required. ● Support the Head and People Director with people strategy - discuss, advise on, and identify potential cost-saving strategies. ● Assess the school’s HR systems and processes and make recommendations to the SLT, drawing ● up plans for improvement as necessary. ● Provide reports to the Head, Principal or School Governing Board as required. ● Carry out exit interviews with all existing staff, using information to inform areas of improvements. ● Participate in meetings at the school which relate to whole-school issues, advising line managers and staff on Burlington House School policy / procedure changes and their impact. ● Ensure that all personnel files, records and HR documentation are accurately maintained and in line with best practice. Working for Cavendish Education Burlington House School is part of Cavendish Education, a leading network of 11 co-educational independent schools for neuro-diverse students. As a member of Cavendish Education, Burlington House School is able to share resources to offer students an education like no other and to connect staff within a supportive framework of like-minded educationalists. As part of Cavendish Education, we can offer a variety of benefits: ● Competitive salaries compared with the state sector and other Independent schools ● Access to extensive professional development opportunities ● Employee Assistance Programme with Health Assured which supports staff & immediate family with wellbeing / legal / financial advice, including face to face counselling sessions. ● Pension scheme ● Opportunity to join a Life Assurance scheme ● Enhanced family-friendly paid leave ● A Cycle to Work scheme ● Free full eye test and £49 voucher to be used at Specsavers ● Free lunch ● Competitive terms and conditions of employment How to apply Within your application form, please complete a detailed personal statement on page 6, instead of a covering letter. Please review the Job Description and ensure you highlight how your skills and experience meet these expectations. Send all completed application forms to Kate Spurrier: spurrierk@burlingtonhouseschool.com NB. CVs are not accepted without a fully completed application form. Closing Date: 17th May 2024, 11.59pm Interviews will take place week commencing: Thursday 23rd May 2024 Additional Information: Any candidate wishing to seek additional information or needing to discuss any adjustments: Email: Kate Spurrier: spurrierk@burlingtonhouseschool.com Candidates who are invited to interview will be required to bring original identification documents (e.g. passport) and if applicable proof of eligibility to work/reside in the UK as well as documents confirming educational and professional qualifications. A confirmation of your address within the last three months is also required. Burlington House School and Cavendish Education are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. At Burlington House School, we embrace and celebrate difference. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on their age, disability, gender, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation. To ensure this, all positions are subject to blind shortlisting. Principal’s Welcome Myself and all the staff are very pleased you are interested in joining the Burlington team. We are a small school that’s part of a big community and we would be delighted for you to help us grow even more. Of course, our main focus is to help and inspire the young people who pass through our doors, but we also take immense pride in supporting our staff inside and outside of school. I hope to see you in the corridors soon. Best wishes, Koen Claeys
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