Working At A Specialist School

teaching at a specialist school

Our Willow Tree Park School is based in the village of Lymm, Cheshire. It is a picturesque location where we provide specialist education to students aged 5 to 25. We provide high quality, inclusive education to people with complex learning needs. Each student gets a personalised, flexible plan based on their individual circumstances. 

At Willow Tree Park we offer two types of placements, day placements and residential placements. Day placements allow students to live at home while accessing a specialist education. Residential placements are mainly available on a 52 or 38-week basis but can be stepped up or down based on the individual and their families needs. 

Bright Futures Care

Bright Futures Care is a specialist organisation supporting young people and adults with Autism and Learning Difficulties, inclusive of complex communication, sensory and behavioural support needs.

Working within a specialist education school gives you great learning opportunities and the ability to really make a difference to someone’s life. No two days will ever be the same. It can be a tough job but also extremely rewarding. 

We know that our greatest assets are our workers, without them we could not provide the highest quality of care and education that we do. Our teams are motivated, caring, passionate and we treat everybody with the same respect, trust and support.

Willow Tree Park Vacancies

Currently, we have a range of jobs that are available at our Chesire based school, Willow Tree Park. 

Our Accounts Assistant role involves providing support to all areas including accounting, sales ledger, purchase ledger, general accounting and payroll. To support the finance team so they can achieve the highest standards. 

Your main responsibilities are to manage petty cash and track expenses while maintaining accurate and detailed customer records. 

Our Positive Behaviour Support Lead will join the Specialist Support Team of a dynamic and growing organisation who are passionate about influencing the best practice for all the people we support. You will create plans and implement them across the team, to escalate the PBS strategy across the organisation while leading a team to work enthusiastically towards supporting the people in our care. For this role, you must hold a UK drivers licence and have access to a vehicle. 

Our Children’s Support Worker role will involve supporting 4 children in our outstanding home. You will have a key role in each child’s life and be active in developing each child’s independence and skills. You will assist the children in their daily lives and other varied activities within the local area.

This position has great development opportunities and other great work benefits such as a pension scheme, full Level 3 training and all meals are provided for you.

Get In Touch

If you are interested in joining our brilliant and welcoming team, you can apply to any of these jobs on our job vacancies page, here you can also find out more information on the job and its requirements. Or you can get in touch with one of our team today at


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