Leading the way in SEND Recruitment

Where we excel as a company and as individuals is our ability to fully understand your business needs and how best these can be served.We are a specialist recruiter of Special Educational Needs (SEN) professionals for Education and Social Care sectors.That means we strive to only recruit diverse candidates who have the required knowledge, experience and who are passionate about working with children,young people and vulnerable adults with a range of conditions of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ( SEND) including those with the most complex needs.This ensures your expectations are met to the highest standard when approaching your recruitment and employment needs. We offer both long-term and permanent placements.

We make every decision with clients and candidates at heart. We look at each decision not as what is most profitable in that moment, but as what will bring success in the long-run, for everyone involved. When you work with us as a candidate, rest assured that we'll never send your CV to an employer without your permission.We'will never push you to accept a role just to make a fee — we're with you for the long term, and want you to make the right choice for your career.

Safeguarding and compliance are two areas that we take extremely seriously. The protection of children and young people is of paramount importance for everyone in the Education and Social Care sectors and we are no exception. We adhere to guidance outlined in Keeping Children Safe in Education(KCSIE) 2021,Safer Recruitment guidelines. and DfE requirement checks. We ensure that all candidates have up-to-date Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service(DBS) checks and be on the Update Service, vetted through robust safer recruitment processes before embarking on the relationship with a young person or any placement. All candidates are required to read and adhere to the Keeping Children Safe in Education.

We pride ourselves on being a member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC),the trade body for recruitment agencies and professionals in the UK. This gives our businesses the mark of quality which tells our clients and candidates that we adhere to The REC Code of Professional Practice according to the REC and we carry out all employment checks mandated by the Department for Education (DfE) requirement checks,Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education

We are Disability Confident employer,a government scheme which aims to help employers recruit, retain and develop people with disabilities and long-term conditions into employment. This means, where a disabled applicant meets the essential criteria for any of our vacancies, they will receive an interview. As an organisation, we want to meet the recommended core standards for a healthy workplace as set out for all employers in the government's Thriving at Work Report.

We are committed to providing all our clients with the highest quality of service - finding and recruiting highly qualified candidates. This involves a thorough screening process which verifies references.

Being professional and honest sounds simple but is one of our key values. We pride ourselves on providing an excellent service whilst being professional and honest. We are specialist recruiter and it is important for us to share our industry knowledge with both candidates and clients.

We aim to build lasting partnerships with our clients and candidates. We will work exceptionally hard to earn your trust and we won't take your loyalty for granted. We're not just another SEND recruitment agency out to make a quick cash.

We believe in business transparency, our team and conditions with regards to confidentiality and fees are designed to be clear and simple. We only charge once we have delivered, we do not charge clients for searching for candidates, sending CVs over or arranging interviews. A fee will only be charged if the candidate accepts the job offer.


We strictly adhere to all current legislation regarding employment agencies:

The Equality Act 2010
The Disclosure & Barring Service
Agency Workers Regulations 2010(AWR)
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
Working Time Regulations(Holiday)
The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006
Data Protection Act 1998 (superseded by DPA 2018)
Employment Agencies Act 1973 and the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003