Henry Tyndale School

Learning & achieving together




Flexible Minibus Drivers required for Henry Tyndale School


We are looking for caring minibus drivers who can help during the school day

for some of the trips that our students need to make to various venues such as

swimming or accessing the community.

You must have a D1 on your licence that allows you to drive our school minibuses

and no more than 5 points on your licence with a good driving record.

To safeguard our students, we will also require DBS clearance

which we will undertake on your behalf.


The hourly rate is £11.79 - £11.95 per hour


If you are interested in finding out more, please email Sue Pearson ( with your contact details

and we will be in touch to discuss it further.


Henry Tyndale is a special school for pupils aged 2-19 years with

complex learning difficulties based on 2 sites in Farnborough

with a 3rd site opening in Aldershot in September 2024


We are looking for a

Caretaker for approximately

20 hours per week, term time only from January 2024


The role is to assist the Site Manager with Health & Safety checks, general caretaking on sites when required. If you are also able to drive a minibus with a D1 on your licence, that would be an advantage but we can support you in obtaining a D1 if necessary.


Salary range based on 20 hours per week - £10,960 - £11,446pa but we are flexible and

alternative arrangements can be discussed at interview.

(FTE £23,115 – £24,140pa).


Are you motivated and hard-working?

 You could come and join a happy, friendly and successful working team.


Please see below for further information and an application form or

 or email Sue Pearson (


Closing date: 9am on Friday 12th January 2024.

Please return completed application forms to Sue Pearson at address above.



Learning Support Assistants required


Help us make a real difference to the lives of children with special needs.

We’re on a mission to improve the lives of pupils and families through education AND to significantly improve work/life harmony for those who work with us to make that happen. We are expanding and need more people to help us make our vision a reality.

We are different.

We believe that by working together we can solve some of the biggest challenges we face. Life is tough for so many right now. We know that by working together we can harness the creative energy and ideas that come from being able to think differently, out of the box thinking is encouraged here!

If we keep doing the same things, we will get the same outcomes.

You’ll be part of a team who are passionate about getting things right for everybody. People who recognise how important it is to look after each other, knowing that this enables us to work even better for the children and families we serve. Your colleagues will be some of the most amazing people you will work with. They are passionate, determined and super nurturing humans who know we can do things better and they are not shy in making sure they let us know how.

There’s no sugar coating it – it’s not always easy.

Learning in a fast paced, continually evolving environment offers an exciting pace of work that isn't for everybody. Every day you will experience the unexpected, need to think on your feet and find ingenious solutions. You will ask questions, share your ideas and will work as part of a team to co-produce responses, we never thought possible in a school environment. We will support your development and help you build the knowledge, skills and experiences that will enable you to flourish. If you’ve got the ability to make these things happen and want to make a firm difference to the lives of pupils with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) and your colleagues – then we’ll go the extra mile for you.

What you’ll do

  • You will provide in class support to a class of up to 10 pupils alongside at least 3 other team members
  • You will work with others to find solutions to challenges and work to ensure that children thrive in our setting
  • You will support the wider evolution through actively feedback on your experience and sharing ideas on how we can improve things

What you’ll need

  • A passion for all things SEND, you might not have experience in a school setting, but you will be able to talk about why working with children who have SEND is important to you and to our community
  • A desire to join a forward-thinking school and willingness to actively participate in improving conditions for all.
  • An ability to work effectively with a variety of people holding a range of perspectives on life
  • An active interest in professional development




A bit about the role:


Henry Tyndale School, Farnborough,

Henry Tyndale Park site, Aldershot opening in September 2024

Our need:  Henry Tyndale School - Learning Support Assistants - p/t & f/t positions available

Henry Tyndale Park Site Learning Support Assistants - p/t &f/t positions available from May 2024


C grade GBP £11.98 - £12.51 per hour (please see information pack for more details)


Full time: 39 weeks a year (Term time) Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9am to 3:32pm and Wed 9am to 4pm.

Part time: 39 weeks per year (Term time) Mon to Fri 9:00 –1pm or 11:30 – 3:32pm or let us know a pattern that you would like for us to consider!

If you would like to get specific salary information based on the pattern of work, please get in touch so we can be more specific.

Other benefits:

  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Exceptional Leave to support work life balance
  • Flexible Working
  • Generous Family Friendly Policies
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Employee Support
  • Generous Sickness Pay
  • Learning and Development Opportunities
  • Travel support and discounts e.g. MOT discount.
  • Employee loans (as above)
  • Eye tests
  • Long Service Awards (25 years and 40 years)
  • Staff discounts (Kaarp)


Studies have shown that some groups of people are less likely to apply for a role unless they meet 100% of the job requirements. Whoever you are, if you like one of our jobs or would like to work for us but unsure of what role might suit your talents, we encourage you to apply. We are creating a talent pool so if this job isn't the right one for you, but you have an approach that would work within our schools we will get in touch when a suitable role comes up and actively encourage you to apply.

Our people truly are our strongest asset and as an equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute. Our commitment is to provide equal opportunities, an inclusive work environment and fairness for everyone.

If you would like to apply, please see our information pack and application form that can be downloaded below (from the Henry Tyndale School website under Vacancies.)

Closing date will be 9am on Friday 12th January 2024 with interviews to be held on 17th January 2024.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Sue Pearson ( or Henry Tyndale School on 01252 544577