Broomhill Bank School (Hextable)
Broomhill Bank School is a co-educational Foundation Special School for students with Communication and Interaction needs who all have Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs).
Our educational provision is rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and our residential provision is rated ‘Outstanding’. We work to prepare our students for life, through academic achievement, therapeutic provision to ensure their well-being and by being part of the wider community.
There are two sites. Broomhill Bank West is in Rusthall near Tunbridge Wells. Broomhill Bank North is in Hextable near Swanley. Our North site has bespoke residential provision and semi-independent living accommodation.
Students are taught in small classes of 8-10 according to level of need, with lessons led by subject specialist teachers. We facilitate students to learn as independently as possible. Across Key Stage 4 and 5 students can undertake a variety of accredited qualifications including GCSE, Entry Level and Functional Skills. Our Sixth Form focuses students on preparation for life so that alongside academic achievement they can develop the life and work-related skills which will be vital to their future independence and self-sufficiency.
We are looking for applicants who share in our philosophy of lifelong learning and developing the potential of each individual.
Our Values and Ethos
• We believe learning to lie at the heart of all we do with our students and staff
• We believe our students and staff should be the best in all they do
• We believe in and respect the uniqueness of each member of our school community
• We believe we have responsibilities to others outside Broomhill Bank
This is an exciting time to join our School as we continue to grow and develop. A refurbishment programme is improving and adding to existing facilities.
Broomhill Bank School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Posts are subject to Enhanced Disclosure applications to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), verification of candidates’ right to work in the UK and other pre-employment checks as outlined in Keeping Children Safe in Education (2022). We value diversity and promote equality for all.
We reserve the right to close vacancies early so please apply as soon as possible.