Vacancies

Come and Join us at the Chiltern School!

The commitment and support of our staff is a priority for us at the Chiltern School.

We take staff wellbeing seriously and recognise the importance of ensuring all staff have a healthy work life balance, whilst ensuring best outcomes for our pupils.

Our staff are knowledgeable and dedicated to helping our pupils unlock their full potential and lead fulfilled lives.

Recognised as a ‘Good’ school by Ofsted in October 2017, we are a unique school where all staff are valued and appreciated, where we have high expectations of each other but are committed to a model of development based on coaching principles.

We provide a stimulating learning environment for pupils who have a wide range of needs from communication and interaction; cognition and learning; physical, sensory and medical; social, emotional and mental health.

We understand the importance of developing and sustaining the learning environment required for our pupils to flourish. As such, we offer unique benefits to enhance the day-to-day working life at the Chiltern School. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Endless opportunities for continuing professional development, from accredited certificates to Master’s and National Leader Programmes.
  • The chance to work with a dedicated team of experienced professionals who are committed to ensuring everyone has the opportunity to thrive, who are forward thinking leaders, with the latest resources and a commitment to support all staff at whatever stage of their career.
  • A wealth of enrichment opportunities, including guest speakers, external trips and a range of projects throughout the year.

 Join us as we embark on our journey to become an Outstanding Centre of Excellence for SEND.

Please can application forms be electronically sent to kunsworth@chiltern.beds.sch.uk

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We are currently advertising the following vacancies:

“The school’s curriculum offers an exciting range of opportunities, on-site and offsite, to develop pupils’ confidence and independence”.

Ofsted, 2017