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justteachers – join a top rated supply teaching agency today


justteachers - Teaching jobs available throughout the UK, join a top rated supply teaching agency today

Head Office,
High Corn Mill,
Chapel Hill,
Skipton, N Yorks
BD23 1NL

Call us: 0800 832 243

With the number of teaching graduates dropping, it is unsurprising that academies and schools are turning to education supply teaching agencies to help fill the gap. With over 500 teaching agencies across the UK, how can you ensure you choose the best agency for you?

Here are four questions we think you should ask a teaching agency before making the decision:

Does the teaching agency pay you fairly and on time?

Many teachers are now turning to a teaching agency because of a lifestyle choice but you still want your past experience to be acknowledged. However, pay rates can vary greatly between education agencies. Agencies that want to attract outstanding teachers to supply to their schools will pay you in line with your experience because they want you to deliver outstanding lessons and, in turn, be requested back by the school. Be aware of agencies that just want to fill positions with paying little attention to your specified subject or age range experiences. It makes little sense to register with a teaching agency where you are not paid fairly and not paid on time.

Does the teaching agency comply with the Agency Workers Regulations?

When choosing a teaching agency, make sure you pick one that is Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) compliant; this ensures that if you are in a teaching position for twelve weeks or more you are entitled to be paid as if you were employed directly by the school, often referred to as “paid to scale”. The Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) was introduced in 2011, with its main aim to introduce equal treatment for agency workers. Although all teaching agencies should adhere to the legislation, not all do, and if you are placed in a long term supply position you could be losing out on a lot of money.

Does the agency charge restrictive temp to perm fees?

Supply teaching is a great opportunity to work in a number of different schools or academies and to get a number of different teaching opportunities, experience and skills, which pupils will benefit from. Often if you are successful in a supply position the Head or Principle will offer you a permanent place at their school or academy. Some teaching agencies may try to hinder the recruitment cycle by seeking to charge an extortionate temp to perm fee. A good teaching agency has both the interests of you and the schools at heart. Some solutions include a transitional period once the school has stated they would like to offer you a permanent role after the initial supply job. An added benefit to this solution is that it gives you the time to see if the job role and the school or academy is right for you, and after an agreed time you can simply transfer to the school on a permanent basis.

Does the teaching agency supply teachers to schools or academies where you want to teach?

Sounds obvious, but with a lack of available teachers, supply agencies are ramping up their marketing budgets to attract teachers to register. The most common and effective candidate attraction tool aside from an agencies website is to use Google Adwords and in turn creating “pay per click” adverts that are generated from the words you enter in to your Google search, resulting those agencies appear further up the page. However, not all the teaching agencies that been listed are relevant to you, for example if you searched say “teaching agencies in Lincoln” that doesn’t mean that all the agencies listed will have schools or academies that supply to Lincoln. Depending on the age range that you teach, you should ask which Primary, Secondary or SEN schools the teaching agency work with that are close to you, as often teaching supply positions are last minute and to ensure regular teaching work it is essential to have a good number of schools near you.

justteachers is a leading supplier of teachers, nursery nurses and support staff into schools, colleges and nurseries across the U.K. Our continued expansion reflects the high level of service we deliver to our members, our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, as well as the support we offer our candidates and clients to ensure they can focus on delivering outstanding education.

We have offices across the U.K, supplying London and the South, the Midlands, the North West, Yorkshire, Cambridgeshire, Lancashire and Lincolnshire.

If you are interested in the services we have to offer, you can register using the link below:

justteachers - Teaching jobs available throughout the UK, join a top rated supply teaching agency today

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Engage Education – creators of iday

Advertisement Recruitment offices in London, East Midlands, East Anglia, Leeds, Ireland, Canada and Australia

About Engage Education

Engage Education are market leaders in recruiting quality teachers and support staff for schools throughout the United Kingdom. Current holders of the Education Investor’s ‘Recruitment Service of the Year Award’ Engage is focused on finding the right school for every teacher we work with.

With offices throughout the UK – London, East Midlands, East Anglia and Leeds – as well as international offices in Ireland, Canada and Australia; Engage Education are specialists in supporting international teachers and school staff with their job search. Our services also ensure that every individual receives the highest levels of support, advice and assistance with every step in the process of relocating to the UK.

Secured Guaranteed Pay

For those teachers not looking to take on a full-time role, Engage offer Secure Guaranteed Pay (SGP) contracts, which allow candidates to work a guaranteed 4 out of 5 days a week as a supply teacher. Meaning that you will secure yourself a fixed income for at least 4 out of 5 days a week, even if there’s no supply work available!

By working through our SGP scheme, many of our supply teachers go on to secure a long term or permanent role in the future. SGP often acts as a great way for teachers to really get to know the school they are working with and build a relationship from which a long-term contract will be offered.


Upon receipt of a fully updated CV and written references, our specialist consultants will contact you to arrange a preliminary interview. This registration gives us the opportunity to get to know you, your career history, qualifications and experiences. It also allows us to explore what type of job/position that you are interested in, where you would prefer to be located and what type of school best suits your skill set and personality.

Once this is complete, we will begin the process of finding opportunities for you with our schools throughout the UK. This can result in telephone/skype interviews almost immediately or the prospect of arranging an interview for you to visit a school face-to-face.


Through our dedicated candidate care team, we offer continuous support to all of our teachers through a range of Continued Professional Development (CPD) opportunities and social events. CPD is an essential part of your teaching career, helping you develop your skills and progress in your career. Our insightful CPD workshops, webinars and seminars will help you keep up to date with changes in education teaching practice.


Engage Education’s signature event ‘iday’ may also be of interest to you? idays are held throughout the year (mainly in central London) where you can interview with multiple schools on one day in one place.

Please click the following video link to learn more about iday:

iday - Created by Engage Education

This event is FREE for selected candidates to attend, with Engage covering the costs of any flights, accommodation and travel throughout the time that you are at the event (up to 5 days).

With iday, candidates are guaranteed the opportunity to visit 2 schools that they have met at iday, with a view to securing the right position for them. All positions are for at least 1 full year, with possibility for permanency and progression. To date, over 2,000 teachers have been introduced to schools through our iday events since it’s inception in 2006.

For more information visit or contact your local branch:

–          London:               0333 800 7800

–          Leeds:                 0113 323 7630

–          East Midlands:    01733 873 030

–          East Anglia:         01603 518 400

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PK education


PK Education - placing supply teachers in teh North East, through Yorkshire and the Midlands

PK Education is on a mission to improve the reputation of the recruitment industry and supply teaching and we have been since we were established in 2005.

At PK Education we want you to feel part of a team. We know that supply staff can sometimes feel detached or isolated from the profession and we’re committed to helping change this. By encouraging our clients to provide supply staff with welcome packs that include; maps of the school, behaviour policies, etc., we are working towards defeating isolation some supply teachers may feel.

We also don’t want you to miss out on your own professional development. That’s why we’re committed to offering free CPD to all of our supply teachers; and this year we have committed to providing free first-aid training to 100 supply teachers registered with us.

Thank to our commitment to our brand values and the building of relationships with our teachers, teaching staff and schools, we’ve become a leading supplier of teaching and support staff supplier across the North East, Yorkshire and the Midlands, placing thousands of you in roles every year.

We pride ourselves on understanding the difference between teaching staff who require day-to-day supply work to those who require long-term assignments or those who would prefer a permanent role. That’s why we go out of our way to intelligently match schools and clients with each other; you are working in a demanding environment so it’s important that you both ‘click’.

Don’t just take our word for it though, here’s what some of our candidates have to say:

“When I contacted PK Education they worked with me to decide what my goals and aspirations were. After the necessary paperwork and a few phone calls, they worked quickly to place me in a special education school so that I could see if I liked it; it turned out that special education rekindled my passion, I have re-engaged with teaching and I haven’t looked back since.” Jamie Johnston

“I left contractual teaching after having two long term teaching positions of six and seven years. I didn’t want to leave teaching altogether as I love teaching and think teenagers are a fantastic age group. Luckily, I came across PK Education and within two weeks I had a supply teaching job. I wasn’t sure how long I would be a supply teacher for, in my mind it was a temporary situation, but it has worked really well for me.” Jane Sutcliffe

To find out more about PK Education visit:

Find your local PK Education office:

North East Office
Collingwood Buildings
38 Collingwood Street
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Telephone: 0191 269 6910
Twitter: @PKEducation_NE

West Yorkshire Office
New Media Centre
West Parade
West Yorkshire
Telephone: 01924 384 257
Twitter: @PKeducationYrks

South Yorkshire Office
7th Floor, St James House
Vicar Lane
South Yorkshire
S1 2EX
Telephone: 0114 272 2212
Twitter: @PKeducationYrks

East Midlands Office
54-56 Westminster Buildings
Theatre Square
Telephone: 0115 959 8301
Twitter: @PKEducationEM

West Midlands Office
Studio 7
Clarks Courtyard
145 Granville Street
West Midlands
B1 1SB
Telephone: 0121 631 3466
Twitter: @PKeducationWM


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Protocol Education


Protocol Education - Education Recruitment Agecny

Why choose Protocol Education?

At Protocol Education we understand the needs of Teachers, Support Staff and schools, putting every effort into matching our candidates to their ideal jobs. We work hard to ensure that our registered candidates enjoy working in the Nurseries, Primary, Secondary and Special Schools we look after. We listen to our staff and understand the importance of feedback, in order to maintain the high standards of service we offer.

We are currently looking for:

  • Primary Teachers
  • Secondary Teachers
  • SEN Teachers
  • Support Workers
  • SEN Support Workers
  • Nursery Staff
  • Newly Qualified Teachers

We are happy for you to register online, or pop into your local branch for a chat about the work we can offer you.

Where to find us:

With branches all over England, there will most likely be a Protocol branch covering the area you would like to work. Several of our branches are in London, so if you want to work in the capital, Protocol Education is the agency to choose! We are all about keeping up contact, and are happy to help in any way we can.

What you can expect once you register with us:

  • Work local to you
  • Great rates of pay
  • New opportunities
  • Variety of work
  • Friendly consultants
  • Regular contact and support

Don’t just take our word for it!

To get an insight of what it’s really like to work through Protocol Education you can read our blog, where each entry is written by a Teacher or Support Worker registered with Protocol Education. From teaching resources to amusing classroom stories, you can get a real understanding of why education professionals choose Protocol Education!

It’s not just about supply!

Supply teaching can open the door to many other opportunities, as when a school gets to know you they may consider you for a long-term or permanent role in the future. As well as these opportunities, we are also recruiting experienced career professionals into permanent teaching roles. If you are currently in a permanent teaching job but are looking to move to the next step in your career, we can help to put you forward for long-term and permanent positions in the schools we look after.

So, register for supply work with Protocol Education and we’ll be in contact soon!

To find out more about working with Protocol Education, call our registration team on 020 3219 7760 or find us on Facebook and Twitter, where we share news from the company as well as education articles and stories.

Our Contact Details:



Phone 020 3219 7700

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