New special school opens doors in Rugby and brings teaching jobs to the borough

“We specialise in supporting children with SEND including those with autism and speech language and communication needs”
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A new special school in Rugby is bringing teaching jobs to the borough.

Willow Park School, on the grounds of Newbold on Avon RFC, is an independent special school for primary aged children aged 5-11.

Staff specialise in supporting children with SEND including those with autism and speech language and communication needs.

Kimberley Preston and (below) Willow School.Kimberley Preston and (below) Willow School.
Kimberley Preston and (below) Willow School.

Headteacher Kimberley Preston, one of the director of Willow Park School, said: “We have a calm, supportive and nurturing environment in which children are able to focus on their educational development and their EHCP (Educational, Health and Care Plan) targets.

"I am so proud to be the headteacher at Willow Park School. I have worked with children with SEN for many years and it is my pleasure to welcome children at Willow Park School and watch them grow and develop their independence and communication.”

The school has already opened its doors. Teachers and teaching assistant jobs are available. Applications can be found willowparkprimaryschool.com and need to be completed and sent to [email protected] by November 14.

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