Join our team of compassionate professionals, providing specialist education to 7-18 year olds with social, emotional, and mental health difficulties (SEMH).
Working at Easthorpe offers a unique and rewarding opportunity to shape the future, one young person at a time. As an educational professional, you become part of a vibrant community dedicated to nurturing young minds, fostering a love of learning, and providing the tools necessary for students to succeed both academically and personally.
Whether you're a teacher, administrator, or support staff, your role is pivotal in creating an environment that is safe, supportive, and conducive to learning.
It's a career path that demands passion, patience, and creativity, but the impact you make on the lives of young people is both profound and enduring.
"Pupils engage very well with their learning. They have positive attitudes to their education and attend well."
"The curriculum is designed effectively to respond to pupils’ individual needs and the important information outlined in pupils’ education, health and care (EHC) plans."
"The school wants to make sure that their pupils experience a wide range of opportunities that will enrich them and their learning and provide them with essential life skills. This is clear to see and is fundamental to the vision for the curriculum."
"Staff feel very well supported and are extremely proud and happy to work at a school where they are part of a close-knit team, dedicated to supporting the development of every pupil."
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For any enquiries regarding our vacancies or working at Easthorpe School, please contact us using the online form.