The Caldecott Foundation are seeking a trustee!

News - 08 Aug 2019

The Caldecott Foundation provides specialist residential care, fostering families and education for disadvantaged, vulnerable & traumatised young people in the UK

They now seek a trustee with education sector experience and with working knowledge of providing education for students with Special Educational Needs. This is an exciting time to get involved with the work of the Caldecott Foundation as they expand their provision to help more vulnerable children whilst also improving the quality of their services. Through your work with Trustees and Managers you will be helping them to achieve the best educational outcomes for each student and reaching more children who could benefit from their services. 

You find find out more about this oportunity here, or alterntivily email trusteeworks@reachvolunteering.org.uk or call 020 7582 6543.

The organisation are based in Ashford, Kent, so candidates ideally would be based in the area but they are open to candidates who may not be.

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