What can you gain from a career at Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust?
Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust (OHC&AT) is an exciting, forward-thinking organisation, and there are many benefits to embarking on your career with us. There are plenty of reasons to join OHC&AT, here are just a few:
– a strong ethos and culture focused on pupils and students with SEN
– comprehensive training and development from our in-house Training School
– scope for career progression across our College Centres and Academies
– generous annual leave and flexible working schemes
– defined benefits pension scheme
– childcare vouchers and enhanced parental leave schemes
– membership to Perkbox for benefits, vouchers and freebies
Please see below the current vacancies available across OHC&AT or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
Are you interested in supporting young people with severe learning disabilities, with autistic spectrum conditions or with profound and multiple learning disabilities?
At Dysart School we are looking to recruit Play Assistants to work alongside our pupils who range from 4 to 19 years old.
We are seeking to appoint a friendly, reliable Administration Assistant with excellent organisational skills to provide an efficient administration service to support the smooth running of the school.
With strong administrative and organisational skills, you will support the School Business Manager in a range of administrative and office duties providing effective and confidential comprehensive administrative support in order to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the school.
We are seeking a qualified Speech and Language Therapist to join our therapy team.
Status: 12 months fixed term contract
The Emotional Health & Wellbeing Practitioner will provide a high standard of clinically effective, person centred and evidence based assessment of wellbeing, and intervention to students with profound/multiple learning disabilities as well as physical disability/complex physical health needs and SEMH needs. They will support staff wellbeing, by developing and delivering training for staff and managers to promote health and wellbeing in the workplace and provide support and supervision for our mental health first aiders. They will also play a pivotal role in building a Wellbeing Pathway to support students and staff.
We are looking to recruit Pastoral and Learning Support workers to support students both within and outside the classroom either within a teaching group or on a 1:1 basis.
A vacancy has arisen for a Music Therapist to work at Bedelsford School, a special school within the Orchard Hill College Academy Trust.
We are looking for an enthusiastic person with relevant experience who displays a high level of personal drive and energy, who will be able to contribute to improving the attendance of our young people.
As a community of learners, families and colleagues OHC&AT believes that by working collaboratively, with energy and ambition we can always effect positive change. No limit is placed on what is possible and everyone has the ability to be the very best they can be.
We are thrilled to announce that Orchard Hill College has won a Natspec Award 2021 for Curriculum Innovation! The college’s nomination was for was the recovery curriculum; RESET, RECOVER, RECONNECT! The creation and implementation of the recovery curriculum was to …
Sarah Gummett-Hart, a Music Therapist at Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust has led a group of therapists from across Natspec (membership organisation for specialist further education) to develop a new toolkit. Natspec has assembled a toolkit to support therapy …
Executive Principal of The Link Schools, Sandy Turner and PDA and Outreach Teacher, Judy Turner have joined forces again to write another article for the May edition of Autism Parenting Magazine. The article is entitled “Being Extraordinary for the Extra …
We are proud to advise that The Link Schools have had another article published in Autism Parenting Magazine – April 2021. Executive Principal, Sandy Turner and PDA and Outreach Teacher, Judy Turner collaborated to write the article entitled “Building Emotional …