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Work With Us

At Newcome Education, we see the young person and when they have the right type of support and encouragement, we see their potential too. Our core values of compassion, empowerment, optimism, authenticity, connection and understanding are evident throughout our schools.

We offer a range of exciting employment opportunities in our schools across the East Midlands and East of England, and may also offer regional working roles from time to time. We’d love to hear from you if you share in our determination to support these young people to succeed at school and into adulthood.

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As we continue to expand to meet the needs of more young people we’d be happy for you to get in touch.

Newcome 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.

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Residential Support Worker

Location: Gretton School
Salary: Starting at £20,201
Contract type: Permanent 

Hours: Alternating weekly early and late shifts.

Early shift (45 hours) Monday 8am-4pm, Tuesday 7am-5pm, Wednesday - Friday 7am-4pm.

Late shift (32 hours) Mon-Thurs 2:30pm-10:30pm

Term time only

Apply by: 21 Mar 2024

Overview:

We are looking for exceptional people to work with our exceptional students. We are recruiting a Residential Support Worker to work in a friendly and supportive boarding environment where your input will be key in achieving positive outcomes for our young people. Our warm and homely boarding houses allow young people to stay at Gretton from Monday to Friday during term time. Our focus is on making sure each young person feels safe and cared for. A maximum of three young people live together in a house or bungalow within the school grounds.

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.

Teen Psychologist

Regional Clinical Psychologist

Location: Cavendish Schools–Eastern Region
Salary: The salary is equivalent in the range of £45,753-£51,668 (prorata), depending on experience.

Contract Type: Full time, term time only (39 weeks plus 2 weeks allocated for report writing etc). Candidates who would prefer to work part-time are also welcome to apply.

Overview: 

To carry out the professional duties of a Clinical Psychologist as circumstances may require and in accordance with the school's policies under the direction of the Principal. The Clinical Psychologist will work in concert with a multidisciplinary team, including educational psychologists, therapists, and teaching practitioners. The Clinical Psychologist will work systemically to support a whole school ethos based on Positive Behaviour Support and Relational Approaches. They will also work clinically with specific students, class teams, and networks to effect positive change for individual students.

Math Tutoring

Teacher of Maths

Location: Gretton School
Contract 
type: Pernament

Salary:  £30,000 or above, depending on experience

Hours: Full time (8am-4pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8-5pm Tuesdays) term time only

Closing date: 07 March 2024

Overview: 

We require a Maths Teacher who is committed to the continuing development of our children. The successful candidate will be responsible for all planning, assessment, monitoring and the implementation of the Individual Education Plans for learners. The role will require you to ensure pupil progress and the delivery of a high quality curriculum, including the National Curriculum suitably differentiated to meet the needs and interests of learners on the autistic spectrum.

 

What you'll need to succeed

  • Qualified teacher status

  • Relevant training and / or experience in SEND and autism / communication and interaction needs

  • Strong classroom management skills with an approach that relies on strong positive relationships with the learners

  • An understanding of, or a willingness to become familiar with autism, the challenges

  • facing autistic students and the best approaches to use when working with autistic individuals

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.

 

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.

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Headteacher

Location: Quorn Hall School
Salary: £60,488-£82,258, starting salary negotiable dependent on experience

Contract Type: Permanent 

Start date: September 2024 or sooner

Overview: 

The successful candidate will be instrumental in leading the school and building a resilient, hardworking, dedicated, innovative, and experienced team. You will be the leader parents trust to release the full potential of their child by providing the highest standards of education and care for children aged 6 to 17. You will be an experienced leader with a wealth of previous experience in specialist education and care for children and young people with social, emotional, and mental health needs. The right candidate for this role will be resilient, innovative, and enthusiastic. You will have a true passion for working with children with complex learning difficulties and challenging behaviors. You will have a drive to become embedded within the school community and the larger community of Newcome Education. You will show a commitment to SEN and have the determination, experience, skills, and knowledge to deliver the highest standards of education to outstanding levels. You will be an innovative and inspirational leader to support and direct your staff team to develop to meet the diverse needs and changing requirements of our young people’s education, care, and learning needs. You will be an 'out of the box' thinker, solution seeker, and creative person to support staff with the strategies to ensure every child in the school reaches their full potential. You will provide vision, leadership, and management to the school team ensuring continual improvement and development in all that the school offers to provide engaging and fulfilling learning experiences for all students.

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Special Educational Needs Coordinator and DLACT

Location: Quorn Hall School
Contract 
type: Full time, Term time only

Salary: Dependant on experience

Hours: 37.5hrs per week

Start date: 27th August 2024 or sooner

Overview: 

The SENCO, under the direction of the headteacher, will:

  • Determine the strategic development of special educational needs (SEN) policy and provision in the school

  • Determine the strategic development for provision for looked after children

  • Be responsible for day-to-day operation of the SEN policy and coordination of specific provision to support individual pupils with SEN or a disability

  • Provide professional guidance to colleagues, working closely with staff, parents, and other agencies

  • The SENCO will be expected to fulfill the responsibilities of a teacher, as set out in the STPCD

Teacher Helping Student

Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)

Location: Gretton School
Contract type: Permanent 

Salary: £22,401 actual starting salary (depending on experience)

Hours: Full time (8am-4pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8-5pm Tuesdays) term time only

Overview: 

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.

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