Working in SEN Education
Our skilled team of teaching and care professionals work with parents and carers to deliver outstanding outcomes and inspire the future that every child deserves.
From the vegetable patches and chickens at Access School in Shropshire, to the smaller sensory rooms at Eden School in Macclesfield, our amazing schools are designed to provide unique and creative learning experiences for children and young people who have not been able to thrive in mainstream settings.
If you have a passion for education and a talent for teaching and learning, then working at one of our schools will be a job like no other. We create and deliver innovative programmes of learning, built to fit around the needs of each and every individual young person who walks through the school door.
We are constantly striving to be the best, and like our pupils, we are learning and developing every day. We need inspirational, committed and empathic teachers, pastoral and support staff to help us to continue to grow and provide quality care and education to our pupils.
Each day brings new challenges. If you have the resilience and determination to get through the tough times, you will reap the benefits. Helping our young people be the best they can be is irreplaceable.
Our schools offer an extensive range of academic, practical, vocational, sport, and leisure activities. Our children and young people are free to learn, excel and achieve, all whilst developing the social and communication skills that they need.
You can take enormous pride in an education career at Family Care.
Learning Support Assistant (Fixed Term and Permanent)
Salary: £13,464 to £15,708 per year
Join our team at Access School in Shropshire and be part of making a difference to a young person’s life! 34hrs per week, term time only - paid for 44 weeks in 12 equal instalments. Fixed term contract until July 2021 initially.
Salary: £22,797 to £28,038 per year
Eden School offers innovative, SEN education for girls and boys between the ages of 5 to 17 years old. We are looking for creative, committed people to help us deliver therapeutic SEN education across subjects, particularly Maths and Science.