Newark on Trent
28 days ago
Hope House School is a small independent special school for children and young people between the ages of 5 and 19 years who have an autism spectrum disorder.
Hope House was described by Ofsted as ‘a good school where pupils make good progress from low starting points in a short time’ and that ‘pupils’ improving behaviour is the result of good personal development and, in particular, their engagement in the Animal Unit’.
Following the appointment of an Interim Manager by the Charity Commissioner the Interim Manager now seeks the appointment of New Trustees to take the organisation forward.
The Charity has reserves and continues to deliver high quality services to its pupils. The Role envisages the Trustees of the Board meeting to oversee the operations and the delivery of the Charitable Objects of the organisation.
Meetings can be attended physically or remotely with frequency to be set by the Board.