SEN Tutor Roles

Bore Place Common work Trust

Ref: 1533

Posted: 02/02/2023 Start Date: TBC

Interview Date: w/c 27 February

Pay: £24,5000 - £27,000 (pro rata)

Close Date: 20/02/2023 at 10:00

Job Description

We are looking for experienced SEN teachers/tutors to join our friendly team and become an integral part of our exciting future as we expand to support more young people on our farm and in our gardens through programmes focusing on individual learning, life and social skills.

This role will support the Lead SEND tutor in creating accessible programmes and delivering to a wide range of groups – including schools who attend weekly, our additional needs Saturday and holiday club and our programme for families funded by Children in Need.

You will be responsible planning and teaching on programmes that make the most of our setting at Bore Place – a 500-acre farm with kitchens, venue gardens, woodlands and an environmental and outdoor learning education centre.

The successful individuals will be passionate about educating and inspiring young people with additional needs, highly skilled professionals with a can-do attitude and the ability to hit the ground running.

A commitment to our vision and values is essential with sustainability, collaboration and inspiration at your core.

Inspiring and learning through experience - We inspire people to look after the Earth, enjoy the living world and become guardians of its future.


Regeneration in action - We seek to be a real-life model of regenerative practice and instill this at the core of everything we do.


Making a Difference Together - People and partnerships are at the heart of our organisation. We acknowledge that to achieve real change we need to work with others. This collaborative approach is key to our success.

Be Inclusive
A fair and inclusive environment - We champion and promote inclusion, equality, and diversity always. We aspire to be an organisation where people feel valued and included equally.

Take Ownership

Personal and collective responsibility - Bore Place belongs to us all. Together we care for the land and provide a well-managed, accessible space, rich in wildlife where our values are central to our actions and choices.


We are committed to creating a better future by providing a place that brings sustainability to life and offers opportunities to learn, grow and be inspired.

For over 45 years we have worked towards operating as sustainably as possible, whilst engaging and inspiring as many people as possible. From our early commitment to organic farming, and our drive to reduce our carbon emissions by generating our own green energy, to running education programmes for young people who need an alternative learning environment, Bore Place continues to evolve with a green and social agenda. We are determined to play our part in creating a better environmental, social, and economic future and have set a new Strategic Plan for the next 5 years to do so.

Contact Information

Telephone: 01732 463255



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