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Speech and Language Assistant Jobs

Aspiring Speech and Language Therapists for Schools

Our team at The Supply Room often support schools recruiting for Speech and Language Assistant Jobs. This post delves into the reason you may be a suitable applicant, regardless of your qualifications or experience. Roles we recruit for often call on applicants to support pupils with difficulties such as using full sentences, word pronunciation, making…
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Bristol's newest teaching agency

Teaching Agency in Bristol

The Supply Room opened its doors in March 2017 and rapidly grew into a team of 20 education recruitment consultants. In July 2020, we opened our Bristol branch and given that our co-founder grew up there, it already feels like home. In fact, it was in Bristol that Joe Birchenall first walked into a Bristol…
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Supporting SEMH in the Classroom

Supporting SEMH in the Classroom

Even the most experienced SENCO or Headteacher in the UK would agree that supporting SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) in the classroom is highly challenging. This becomes even more challenging when a child has SEMH and ADHD. In an SEN school, the challenge is often that a class has several children with either of…
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Covid 19 Advice for Toddlers from a Toddler

“Don’t sneeze and cough on your friends!” This is the advice from a South African toddler to others her age. The adorable message, shared by Blissful Babyness The Village, has a few tips for kids to remember when it comes to Coronavirus. Watch the video below! Wash your hands. Don’t sneeze and cough on your…
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Supply Teachers & Support Staff during COVID-19 closures

Support Teachers and Support Staff during Covid-19

Supply teachers and support staff across the United Kingdom need your support to secure government pay during the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 mandatory school closures. A petition, which requires 10 000 signatures to garner a response from the UK government, was established and can be signed here. Another petition, for zero hours contract workers has also been…
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Teachers recommend free SEND online training on SENCO Forum

Teachers Recommend Free SEND Online Training

Want to develop your own SEND online training during this Coronavirus/ COVID-19 pandemic? We spotted a thread in our free online SENCO community that provides so much value, we thought we’d share it with you all. You’ll need to sign up for a free account to access the thread, but it’s updated constantly with teacher…
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Great Resources you should download during Twinkl’s One Month Ultimate Membership

Great resources you should download during Twinkl’s One Month Ultimate Membership

Have you seen Twinkl’s One Month Ultimate Membership offer?! Whether your school goes into isolation or not, taking up Twinkl’s very generous offer for a complimentary month-long ultimate membership is not to be missed! We dove into the resources and pulled out what we believe are some great finds on the platform. We could have kept going…
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teacher agency in London, Ealing Teacher Agency

Things to consider leaving off your CV | From a teacher agency in London

What does a teacher agency in London know about CV’s? With a number of teachers visiting our offices daily, and our education recruitment consultants conducting several vetting interviews, we’ve learnt a thing or two about what should and what shouldn’t be on a CV. We also work very closely with our schools and have listened…
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London's Best Areas to Live and Teach in

London’s best areas to live and teach

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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