|Lioncare School||7-15 yrs||3|
|Portland Road||+18 years||0|
|West House||+18 years||0|
|Hill House||+18 years||0|
|New Church Rd||+18 years||0|
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- Special Needs Class Teacher (BESD/SEMH)
Learning Support Assistant
(38.75 hrs. p/wk. term-time with paid leave through school holidays)
(24-40 hrs/wk. [shifts])
Child Care Worker
(24-40 hrs/wk. [shifts])
(15-20 hrs. p/wk.)
Cover Waking Night Workers
(to cover absences at short notice)
Recruiting Now: 11.03.19
If you interested in working with us, please download, complete and return the application form, which you can find by clicking on the link below:
Please Note: in line with our Safer Recruitment Policy, there are no circumstances where a CV is an appropriate method of application for employment with The Lioncare Group, and only a fully completed Application Form will be accepted.
References will always be followed up and any offer of employment is always subject to pre-employment
checks being undertaken; these include confirmation of a satisfactory Enhanced DBS and a thorough check for any prohibitions, sanctions and restrictions that might prevent the candidate from taking part in certain activities or working in specific positions.
Rainbow Flag Award:
The Lioncare Group, led by The Lioncare School, is proud to announce it is working towards achieving The Rainbow Flag Award.
The Rainbow Flag Award is a national quality assurance framework for all schools and colleges, focusing on LGBT+, (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, plus other related identities), inclusion and visibility. The Rainbow Flag Award encourages a whole organisation approach to LGBT+ inclusion, as well as developing strategies to combat LGBTphobic bullying.
You can find out more about The Rainbow Flag Award and associated projects by following these links:
Across The Lioncare Group, we continue to reflect on and learn from our experience, drive improvements, and embed best practice in our systems, processes, and procedures to ensure that our children receive the very best safe care and education that we can offer.
Don't Just Take Our Word For It:
We recently received the following endorsements from two former children (now adults) that we cared for in our Homes and School:
From M.C: Thank you for helping me over the years that I lived in Lioncare, if it was not for you and your company (Lioncare) I don't know what would have of happened to me. I cold have of been on the street, sleeping on the streets shivering cold, thinking to myself, in fear and of being petrified every day, so yes I have been given a opportunity to be in one of the most astonishing care home companys' out there.
About my current placement. I've settled in really well, I'm getting to know the staff around me, I have already told the staff how to help me and I am helping the staff to help me. I'm going to start up the gym, one of the clubs had low functioning autistic people. the only think I enjoyed about the club was, when I guzzled down my drink, and I'd need some form of air to ecape from people, who was, for the most part, not as a led and not as intelligent as I am, do me being the only one in the club, rushed out in a hurry and I gasped some air. I am starting to know my area around me, once that all happens, I'm going to explore new place around in my area and start new clubs, my plan is to invest my time in as many new opportunities and adventures as I can.
Overall my time in Lioncare has been really amazing and I thank you and your staff for helping me in the best possible way ever.
From C.H: Basically I've been hit a few times at work now etc. etc. and it bought it all home to me about how you adults put up with so much from us young people lol, and I suppose I was just gonna say sorry for everything xx
We have also received the following praise from the Placing Authority of a child attending our School:
Thank you for completing such a comprehensive PEP document for M (child); it's a delight to read. I can see that there have been so many positives this term, and he continues to make progress within the Y3 curriculum. There appear to be challenges too, particularly ones that begin with his self-esteem; I'm sure you do everything possible to support this at all times.
The progress on his targets is pleasing. Being able to infer meaning is a difficult skill, which begins with the 'how do you think the character feels'. Being able to pinpoint the evidence from the text takes it to the next level, and I can see that M (child) has just started on this. With regard to his partially meeting his fraction targets, he's on the way to understanding this concept if he appreciates that its all about parts being equal. I'm sure with over-learning of this, he will get there.
It's lovely to see his artwork too, so thank you for uploading. I look forward to reading his next PEP.
Supporting Worthy Causes:
On 25th July 2018, a group of adults and children from Hillfields undertook a sponsored trek to the summit of Mount Snowden in Wales, to raise money for the Rockinghorse Children's Charity.
Rockinghorse is a Brighton-based charity that has been supporting children for over 50 years. It was set up in 1967 by Dr. Trevor Mann, who recognised there was a real need for additional resources to improve healthcare services for sick children and babies.
You can find out more about Rockinghorse Children's Charity by following this link: https://www.rockinghorse.org.uk/about-us
Hillfields managed to raise £483.00 for the charity!
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