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London's Best Areas to Live and Teach in

London’s best areas to live and teach in

Are you a newly arrived teacher considering London’s best areas to live and teach in? Each borough in London offers a unique culture, vibe and style; making it one of the most exciting cities in the world! At The Supply Room, we have a dedicated consultant assigned to each borough, meaning they gain an excellent…
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Secondary School Jobs London

What it takes to be a Secondary School Teacher in the UK

Looking to start or further your career as a secondary school teacher in the UK? Here’s what you need to know. You’ll need to have a recognised teaching qualification, along with a degree in the subject you choose to teach, to work in a UK state school as a secondary school teacher.  What is needed: …
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Early Years Jobs in London with Education Recruitment company, The Supply Room

Let’s find your Early Years classroom

With over 2000 day nurseries for Early Years Practitioners to consider in London, it’s no surprise there’s an abundance of jobs available. If you’ve recently completed your Cache Qualification in Childcare or are simply looking at changing jobs, you definitely have a variety of options to consider!  Here are our top five points on how…
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How to land your dream teaching job in the UK with The Supply Room

How to land your dream teaching job in the UK

If you’re looking to land your dream teaching job in the UK in 2020… look no further! While landing your dream teaching job may seem unattainable for some, with a little bit of prep and some dedication, we’re happy to report it’s possible! “I’m now at an amazing school with people and children I enjoy,…
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Teaching in London as a South African Teacher

Teaching in London as a South African Teacher

With two dedicated South African teacher consultants on our team, we thought we’d dish out our quick guide on what you need to know about Teaching in London as a South African trained teacher. Jason and Brandon, the brother-duo from Durban, work in The Supply Room’s Wimbledon office and are fast building an excellent reputation…
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How to be a great teacher

What makes a great teacher?

By Lara Tipper “Teacher: a person who teaches, especially in a school.” Under the dictionary definition, a teacher is simply a ‘person who teaches’, but I believe a teacher is much more than that, especially a great one. Yes, teachers help us learn English, Maths and Science (let’s not list every subject), but they also…
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London Teacher

Why Join The Supply Room (Song)?

Have you met Lara? She’s our London North West Primary Consultant who holds a BA (Hons) Degree in Musical Theatre – which means we occasionally get treated to songs like this; Lara sings “We take care of you”  and here are a few examples of how we endeavour to live up to those lyrics; Support…
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Senco Forum

Senco Forum – SEN Community

Our Team at The Supply Room know how valuable the work of SEN Teachers, SENCOs and SEN Support Staff is to the schools and children they support. That’s why we created a fast-growing SENCO Forum for SEN professionals to network, whilst offering…

Nursery Jobs London

Step Away from the Plastic: Loose Parts Play in Early Years

Have you ever noticed that if you leave old junk lying around, kids will almost inevitably play with it? Whether it be old cardboard boxes, wooden pallets, pieces of wood, old tires [sic], bits of rope or string, kids will use their imagination and ingenuity…

Central London Teaching Agency

Considering Supply Teaching?

Supply Teachers step in when a teacher needs to take time off whether that be for illness, maternity or training and development. The length of assignments differs greatly for supply teachers and can range from a single day to terms at a time…