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We are an Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' school (June 2019) where ‘staff morale is high’ and we aim to continually evolve our working environment to ensure we remain an outstanding place to work. So what makes us different to other schools?


Blossom House is a very special place to work, not just because of our wonderful team of staff, but also because of the satisfaction of supporting the development of our unique pupils!


It’s very important to us that all our staff feel supported and happy at work. When you join our team you will receive a detailed induction, be assigned a ‘buddy’ and meet with a member of the leadership team for an informal catch-up.


We will continue to invest in your personal development, giving you the opportunity to undertake external courses as well as offering training in INSET. We have a Learning and Teaching Support Team in place to offer one to one coaching if required. 

All assistants currently have the opportunity to obtain a City & Guilds accredited training course in Behaviour Support Management while working here. We also deliver the Elklan course which is an accredited speech and language training programme aimed at professionals working in schools.


In addition we can offer you:

  • A newly refurbished climate controlled working environment

  • Well-equipped teaching rooms with interactive whiteboards

  • Ample underground car parking and good transport links

  • Small classes (maximum of 10 but usually less)

  • Teaching assistant in every class

  • A well-being programme which currently includes:

    • £60 termly well-being allowance

    • Generous holiday allowance

    • An independent employee assistance programme

    • Friday lunch and ample drinks and snacks in our comfortable staff room

    • Childcare vouchers

    • Cyclescheme

    • Computer scheme

    • End of term parties and gifts

What do our staff think about working here? (Comments from Staff Survey 2016)

‘I adore my job at Blossom House School. I feel that I work within a really strong and supportive team and the pupils are wonderful. I couldn't ask for more supportive co-workers and more fantastic and inspiring children.’

‘The wellbeing fund is very good, as is the CPD fund for professional development.’

‘I love working at Blossom!’

We are always interested in meeting friendly, competent, dedicated, suitably qualified and experienced candidates.


If you are interested in making a difference and joining our wonderful team please send your Application to

All applicants and prospective candidates will have the necessary safeguarding checks conducted as per the recent guidelines for "Keeping Children Safe in Education".

We are currently advertising for a number of positions.

We currently have our adverts on Guardian Jobs, eTeach and other relevant websites. Please click on them for the full Advert, Job Description and Person Specification.

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Blossom House is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

  • All job applicants must apply directly to the school by emailing completed Applications Forms to, and not via Recruitment Agencies.

  • Recruitment Agencies have not been authorised to advertise or recruit  for our vacancies.

  • Recruitment Agencies may not place any job adverts in any media regarding any of our vacancies at any time.

  • The school will only consider applicants from Recruitment Agencies if there is a signed written contract with a particular agency for a named and time-limited vacancy.

  • The school does NOT enter into verbal contracts or agreements with Recruitment Agencies.

  • Any CVs or applications received directly from Recruitment Agencies, where no signed agreement is in place prior to advertising will not be eligible for consideration.

Blossom House School

Blossom Lower School & Upper House

Principal: Joanna Burgess Dip.C.S.T, MPCSLT, Dip.R.S.A SpLD. PGCE
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