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Conductor of Education

Ingfield Manor School is an established special school based near Billingshurst, West Sussex, for students aged 3-19 years with neurological motor impairments such as cerebral palsy and associated sensory and medical needs.  Within the grounds of Ingfield Manor School. Woodview supports secondary aged students with special educational needs with speech, communication, and language needs (SCLN) including autistic spectrum conditions (ASC).

Registered Manager

The Menna House Support team are recruiting!

Menna House is a It is a 5-bed residental home and a former farmhouse situated in a quiet rural location near the village of Grampound Road which lies just off the main road between the ancient mining town of St Austell and Truro. At Menna House we don’t just provide care for the people we support, we help them to achieve their goals and aspirations while living their best lives!

We’re looking for new work-family members to help the individuals we support fulfil their dreams and help them thrive in all they want to do. The individuals we support enjoy many activities such as visiting the local harbour and shipwreck museum. There’s several local Beach’s where we all enjoy visiting for ice cream in the sunshine!

If you could support individuals with disabilities to live the life they choose, please get in touch.

At Salutem Care and Education, we recognise the value and wisdom that come from all stages of life. Join our team to be a part of a community that truly appreciates the richness of age diversity.

Registered Manager

About East Farm

Underpinning our philosophy is our belief that all young people are capable of change, to engage and achieve, leading to them making more positive choices about their lives and their futures. Our aim is to empower each child with the skills to manage risk, help with building self-esteem, build competence and work towards stabilisation after they leave our service.

The trauma-informed approach involves the ‘whole team’ relationship-based approach to support the young person to achieve improved emotional stability, and behavioural control, through the provision of a safe environment in which to explore, understand and develop improved resilience.

Early intervention, problem-solving, social skills, group living, and pro-social modelling form the daily ethos of the homes, which is based on respect, positive reinforcement and positive role modelling.

We see direct intervention with children and young people as having two main areas, firstly to address current issues of risk and harm, and secondly to address underlying vulnerability issues.

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