SEN Teacher

Closing date: 31 March 2024

Due to CPA popularity, outstanding facilities, increasing place demands and our planned expansion of our Trust, we are seeking friendly positive SEN Teachers with strong professional standards and a commitment to our students and their families. We are interested in both full and part time teachers. What would you like to offer? Let us know…

We are looking for secure confident and skilled SEN and Primary trained teachers, including holistic educational skills including early years/ (KS1/2 ideally with SEND experience).

In house training and management support will be provided for those staff making a transition to SEND. Our largest intake are pupils diagnosed with autism, so knowledge about autism and a willingness to learn new skills and experience is essential.

Staff have free gym access and personal training offered to all staff, after the work. Yoga and other well-being activities on site are encouraged too.

If teachers have experience of subject leadership or specialist areas of SEND expertise, these candidates are encouraged to apply.

Please make sure your referees respond promptly for reference requests due to Safer Recruitment standards.


Contact Nina who will arrange follow up confidential chat and calls.

  • Salary based on skills, knowledge, and experience.
  • Job Description and personal specification will be provided on application.

Teachers already with ASD training and experience may receive additional enhanced salary, depending on expertise. Staff willing to share expertise with peers are always welcomed.

If you are interested in this post, please download the teaching staff application form, and return to nrandall-webb@charltonparkacademy.co.uk


Charlton Park Academy Trust’s aim is to become the Employer of Choice and to support staff by developing their career within our specialist area.

All applications shortlisted by Safer recruitment authorised staff and will be subject to suitability checks to ensure that all suitable candidates employed are subject to enhanced DBS and safeguarding checks in regards of working with vulnerable children and young adults. All applicants will have social media screening and all and any convictions must be declared at the application stage.