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|West House||+18 years||0|
|Hill House||+18 years||0|
|New Church Rd||+18 years||0|
The Lioncare Group knows there are children in need of our residential care and special education provision during the current Covid-19 Panedemic situation. We continue to accept and consider appropriate referrals for our Homes and School, and offer placements following a thorough impact assessment process. If you wish to contact us regarding referrals we have a dedicated e-mail address for this: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruiting Now for November 2020
The Lioncare Group is providing an Essential Service to children in need of residential care and special education provision. This means our Homes and School have remained open and operational throughout the current Covid-19 Panedemic situation, and we are continuing to recruit and employ to fill vacant posts.
If you interested in working with us, please download, complete, and return to email@example.com the application form, which you can download (Note: you cannot complete this form online and must save your work before submitting it) as a PDF Form 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.
"Business As Usualish":
The Lioncare Group provides an Essential Service to the Children in our care; this is their Home their School. Because of this fundamental truth, we have been, and we will continue to remain, open and operating throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic situation.
We have of course needed to make changes to the way we do things in response to the official guidance and advice we are receiving from Government, our Regulators, the DfE, Placing Authorities and other professionals.
We have implemented our Business Continuity Plan and we are regulary reviewing our Specific Covid-19 Contingency plan to maintain "Business as Usualish" whilst ensuring we safeguard and protect the health, welfare, and wellbeing of the children in our care and of our employees.
As the Chief Executive Officer of The Lioncare Group, Responsible Individual for our three Children's Homes, and Chair of our Independent SEMH School, I wish to publicly acknowledge and thank all my colleagues across The Lioncare Group for the amazing effort and loyalty and commitment they continue making in these difficult times, as individuals and as a community, to ensure our children receive the highest possible standards of care and support, and reassurance, at home and at school. I feel immensely proud and humbled by what I am seeing and hearing taking place, and I know that our children are in safe hands.
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:
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