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By Hayley Ramm, Jul 20 2016 01:20PM

The Sheiling Ringwood is looking to fill a variety of roles in both their school and college. They are also offering a unique volunteering opportunity for both national and international candidates.


Applications are invited for volunteers to join our organisation on a 12-month volunteer programme starting in August 2016. The Sheiling provides residential care and education in a beautiful woodland setting for children and young people (aged from 5 to 24) who have severe and often complex special education needs (SEN)


You will work alongside colleagues in our care and education teams by providing support to our students as they develop their educational and social skills. We provide a ‘waking day’ curriculum where all members of staff contribute to helping our students develop their social, educational and emotional abilities as they progress into maturity. You’ll work with our students, supporting them in achieving individual targets and to pursue leisure interests. In return you will have a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference, achieve great job satisfaction and valuable experience for your own future career aspirations.


You’ll join one of 6 small teams of care workers and work within a weekly shift system. Full and comprehensive training will be provided throughout your placement.


While this position is unpaid, you will be provided with food, accommodation and payment of agreed expenses.


We particularly welcome overseas applicants who are eligible to work with us due to EU nationality or under the UK Tier 5 (Charity Worker) Visa permissions.


To read more or to make application visit http://www.thesheilingringwood.co.uk/current-vacancies




By Hayley Ramm, Mar 9 2016 11:38AM

Sheiling School was one of three nominated charities that the local Waitrose in Ringwood recently fundraised for, via their 'Community Matters' scheme.


By placing a green token in the Sheiling School 'Community Matters' box in store, shoppers helped raise funds for the fantastic work we do with our students. Since its launch in 2008, the Waitrose scheme has donated £14 million to local charities chosen by customers.


Amanda Cresswell, Fundraiser at The Sheiling Ringwood commented: "We are delighted with the generosity of the local community and want to say a huge thank you to all those shoppers who selected us as their chosen charity. The money will be spent on resources to further enhance life at Sheiling School."


If you would like to make a difference and donate to Sheiling School it is easy to do, just visit https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/thesheilingringwood



Below: At Waitrose Ringwood, three of our Sheiling School students were presented with the donation by in-store staff.



By Hayley Ramm, Nov 3 2015 09:08AM

The Sheiling Ringwood is looking to fill a variety of roles within both their school and college. They are also offering a unique volunteering opportunity for both national and international candidates.


Applications are invited for volunteers to join our organisation on a 12-month volunteer programme starting in August 2016. The Sheiling provides residential care and education in a beautiful woodland setting for children and young people (aged from 6 to 24) who have severe and often complex special education needs (SEN)


You will work alongside colleagues in our care and education teams by providing support to our students as they develop their educational and social skills. We provide a ‘waking day’ curriculum where all members of staff contribute to helping our students develop their social, educational and emotional abilities as they progress into maturity. You’ll work with our students, supporting them in achieving individual targets and to pursue leisure interests. In return you will have a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference, achieve great job satisfaction and valuable experience for your own future career aspirations.


You’ll join one of 6 small teams of care workers and work within a weekly shift system. Full and comprehensive training will be provided throughout your placement.


While this position is unpaid, you will be provided with food, accommodation and payment of agreed expenses.


We particularly welcome overseas applicants who are eligible to work with us due to EU nationality or under the UK Tier 5 (Charity Worker) Visa permissions.


To read more or to make application visit http://www.thesheilingringwood.co.uk/current-vacancies




By Hayley Ramm, Sep 14 2015 07:46AM

The Sheiling Ringwood is one of three nominated charities the local Waitrose Ringwood will be fundraising for during October 2015, via their Community Matters scheme.


By placing a token in the The Sheiling Ringwood Community Matters box at your local branch, you will be helping both our school and college raise vital funds for the fantastic work we do with our students. Since its launch in 2008, the scheme has donated £14 million to local charities chosen by customers.


At the end of your shop in branch, you’ll receive a token to place in a box of the good cause you’d most like to support. The more tokens a cause gets, the bigger the donation they receive. Each month every Waitrose branch donates £1,000 (£500 in Convenience shops) between 3 local good causes that you choose.


Please show The Sheiling Ringwood your support by popping your green token in our box!






By Hayley Ramm, Sep 9 2015 05:44PM

The Good Schools Guide have a dedicated Special Educational Needs section on their wesbite. Here you will find lots of helpful advice on issues like toilet training, flying with children with special needs, developing friendship skills, legal rights and so forth.


The Sheiling Ringwood is soon to be featured as a reviewed special needs school in this renowned schools guide and we look forward to sharing the result of The Good Schools Guides visit soon.


To read a feature written by a member of The Sheiling Ringwood team on the lessons they have learnt as a parent to a child with Autism or to discover a wealth of advice please go to:https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk and visit their SEN section, or click on the following link https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/managing-autism-lessons-ive-learned#tab_review

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