As schools open their doors to students for the first time in nearly six months, they enter an uncertain time. The potential disruption to school staff across this term and the remainder of the academic year means that temporary teaching and support workers could play an even more important part than ever. Schools will need help to create an environment where their students can thrive and overcome the obstacles that the break in their education could have put in their way.
We are looking for passionate, committed and dedicated qualified teachers of all levels of experience, in particular in the specialisms of English, Maths and Sciences. Temporary work can be highly rewarding, providing expert short or medium term teaching to support a department that is overstretched through absence, or becoming an extra team member to pick up the students that are falling behind. These are the roles that often make all the difference to the success of a group of students; isn’t that why you wanted to be a teacher in the first place?
Here at Reed Education we know you. We know what you want from an opportunity to work in a school and the support you need to do the job to the best of your capabilities. In a market overwhelmed with choice, choose the people you feel you can work with the best, and that have your best interests at heart. The people who do what they say they will do, and the ones who are committing to working together with you to get you where you want to be, whatever your aspirations. We know you, because we are people too.
Fore more information about working in schools with Reed Education please click “Apply” and I’ll reach out to you the same working day where possible. We’ll start talking through how things work and what you can expect.
*Reed Education is only able to consider qualified teachers accredited with QTS or QTLS for teaching roles. All Education positions are subject to the holder having an up to date, transferable DBS Certificate or applying for a new one.