Why work with us?
We are a group of self-employed specialists who work together to offer the best to the most vulnerable in society. We are a truly supportive group of professionals who are guided by the following principle: the child is at the centre of everything that we do.
We are proud to work alongside and in partnership with local and regional organisations which work to transform the lives of children and young people. We work with schools across the North East.
We provide innovative, evidence-based solutions to schools. Have a look through our website to find out what we currently offer.
We currently have the following vacancies:
As our offer continues to grow, we are seeking creative, outstanding teachers to join our bank of self-employed staff for our Wilderness Schooling and Therapeutic Wilderness teams.
Wilderness Schooling is our curriculum-based outdoor learning programme with a proven impact on academic progress and social emotional health.
herapeutic Wilderness capitalises on the innate benefits of the outdoors to meet the social, emotional needs of each child. Our programmes are bespoke; every young person is placed at the centre of delivery.
All of our practitioners have qualified teacher status and are exceptional individuals with creative flair, a passion for teaching beyond the four walls of the classroom and the ability to place social emotional wellbeing at the heart of what they do. All children who take part in our programmes make huge improvements in their social emotional health compared to those who remain in the classroom.
We all love teaching and learning and are able to embrace mess and disorder for the sake of spontaneity and wow moments. At the same time, we have a solid understanding of the national curriculum and higher order thinking skills; we use this knowledge to accelerate academic progress in an outdoor, magical classroom. In addition, we all have the skills to build trusting, non-judgemental relationships with the young people we work with; with this strong foundation, we provide regular and consistent contact to influence a child’s wellbeing and development in the rich multi-sensory learning environment of the outdoors.
Many of the children we work with require something a ‘little different’ to achieve and build self-belief. To be successful in this role you will require compassion, patience and resourceful, positive behaviour management.
We would love to hear from you.
How to Apply
To apply, please complete the application form. CVs will not be accepted.
Applications should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure that the first part of your application form, which requests information on your education and employment history, is fully completed.
Your supporting statement in the application form should then provide us with information regarding your fit for the job as summarised in the person specification.
Should you be invited to interview with the NEW team, we will ask questions to determine your fit with the NEW competencies, values and job responsibilities.