- Horizon Care and Education offer a safe, comfortable and homely environment that puts the interests, well-being and future of every child and young person first.
- Every child and young person is unique and individual in their needs, so our approach to planning and caring for them is just the same.
- We take time to explore every issue that affects an individual, helping them learn vital skills and take their next steps into education or employment.
- We aim to empower, inspire, respect and trust. We celebrate individuality and we encourage aspiration. We inspire lasting change.
Draycott Moor College QTS Teacher with Computing Science Specialism 37.5 hours per week Competitive Salary Horizon Care and Education Group requires a QTS teacher with Computing Science Specialism for Draycott Moor College based in Staffordshire. The successful candidate will be suitably qualified and experienced working with young people with EBSD/MHI and will lead and […]view more
Trinity School based in Leicestershire Require a Head Teacher 37.5 hours per week Competitive Salary An exciting opportunity has arisen for an inspirational Head Teacher who can lead Trinity College through its next phase of development towards becoming an outstanding school. We are seeking someone with the vision and drive to develop our school provision […]view more
WoodBury School based in Bushbury Wolverhampton Horizon Care and Education Group have opened a new DfE registered specialist school in Bushbury, Wolverhampton. We are currently recruiting for the following positions: 2 QTS teacher posts are available with a requirement to teach multiple subjects, subject specialisms will be considered as the school is growing 1 Teaching […]view more
Residential child care worker’s & Waking Night Staff
Residential Child Care Worker and 3 x Waking Night required for our LD homes in Leicestershire Competitive rates of pay and the opportunity to develop your career with in a growing organisation Horizon Care is one of the most innovative providers of young people’s residential care in the UK. We care for vulnerable young people […]view more
Residential Child Care Workers – Huddersfield, Dewsbury & Wakefield
Permanent Residential Child Care workers 24 hours shifts or 35 hours per week required Horizon care and Education Group is one of the most innovative providers of young people’s residential care in the UK. We care for vulnerable young people with complex needs, who can be behaviourally challenging. We are looking for members of […]view more
Bloomfield School – Teaching Assistants
Bloomfield school require 3 x Teaching Assistants Horizon Care and Education Group are looking to appoint Teaching Assistants to be part of our teams with in our schools. We are looking to appoint Teaching Assistants who are dynamic, committed and enthusiastic, you will have a keen interest in helping young people and will be highly […]view more
Residential Child Care Workers – 35 hours per week
Residential Child Care Workers 35 hours per week required for our Residential homes based in Cannock, Dudley & Staffordshire. Competitive rates of pay 35 hours per week Horizon care and Education Group is one of the most innovative providers of young people’s residential care in the UK. We care for vulnerable young people with complex […]view more
Senior Residential Childcare Worker – Leicestershire
Senior Residential Child Care Workers We are looking for experienced permanent senior members of staff to join our ‘teams around the child’. If you want to make a difference, have a calm approach and thrive on working as part of a small team then we would like to hear from you. For Senior positions you […]view more
They made me feel good about myself and made me believe that maybe I could do something different with my life.Former Student
Within a childcare career a good day is not just a good day, it’s amazing.Staff Member
The staff do a very good job often in difficult circumstances. I like the way the staff try to make it as much like a domestic home as possible.Family Member
I have been impressed with the level of communication, care and insight. Particularly the therapeutic consultation of the type of work that needs to be carried out.Social Worker
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Two of Draycott’s Bronze Award candidates receive the school’s Duke of Edinburgh’s Award plaque and certificate from Regional Director Mr. Brett Waring, with staff leading the Award scheme. Draycott have also been invited to be part of a pilot study the Award scheme are running.view more
Appointment of Chief Operating Officer
I am very pleased to be able to announce that Jemima Taylor joined Horizon as our new Chief Operating Officer (COO) on 16th April. The new COO will be working closely with the three Managing Directors across the three operating divisions (Residential, Education and Transitional) and the Clinical Director. The role will be focusing on these […]view more
CHAMPIONS SIGNAL SUCCESS OF SAFETY INITIATIVE
An exciting new initiative, our Risk Management Champions Scheme, has got off to a rip-roaring start with 15 staff members signing up so far. The volunteers, from across our Regions, Schools and Offices, will play a vital role in promoting a positive risk management culture and implementing safety initiatives. The Champions Scheme was launched by […]view more
Draycott Moor receive their registered Centre Plaque.
Draycott Moor College have been presented with their ‘Duke of Edinburgh’s Award’. They now have a registered Centre Plaque. Staff have undertaken training to be able to offer this to our children and young people. This is part of our aim to provide opportunities for our young people to develop social skills, independence skills […]view more