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Supply teaching jobs


Hays Education has Supply Teaching jobs available across a wide range of UK educational establishments. These include Primary Teacher, Secondary Teacher, Teaching Assistant, KS1/KS2 Teacher, Supply Teacher, Nursery Nurse, School Admin and Special Needs Teacher.

We are in partnership with schools and local authorities nationwide and offer full-time and part-time supply teaching jobs for experienced teachers and NQTs in primary and secondary education.

Our education experts are on hand to help secure your next supply teaching job, and offer individual careers guidance. We have Education consultant’s across the UK including London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Preston and Coventry so get in contact with your nearest office today.

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A Day in the Life of a Supply Teacher

Are you considering in getting into Supply Teaching? In our 'A Day in the Life' series, we give you first hand insight into what Supply Teacher role consists of.

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Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment training courses

Our training courses will equip teaching staff how to deal with situations where a child or vulnerable adult's safety is called into question as well as providing schools with the most up to date information on all legal vetting checks required along with our expertise to recruit outstanding staff.

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Interested in becoming a Supply Teaching Assistant?

Career advice for those seeking to become Supply Teaching Assistant such as ensuring your CV is in the best possible shape and the skills required for the role.

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Career advice

Check out our career advice for CV tips, interview tips, negotiating salary & many more.

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