Are you an inspirational and dedicated Primary Teacher based in the Brighton and Hove area?
We are currently recruiting for a dedicated and passionate supply teacher who is seeking to make a difference to the life of children. A school we are working with closely have asked that we support them with a qualified and experienced teacher who is looking for this type of flexible contract.
We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools and academies within the Brighton and Hove area. These schools range in size, catchment, religious background and ethos. Within these schools our teachers support pupils of different ability levels, SEN, EAL and from many different home lives, across key stage three, four and five. We understand that every school and child is different so we carefully match our teachers with the schools and children to which they work with best.
We are looking for a teacher with Qualified Teacher Status for day to day assignments in one school based in Brighton.
- be available and ready to accept bookings for that morning
- have a subject specialism but can be flexible in the range of subjects they can cover
- will treat every assignment as if it is a permanent role, injecting a sense of purpose into the classroom and helping this school to the best of your ability
- develop professional relationships with pupils and staff
- ensure effective classroom management in line with the schools behavior policy
In reward for our teachers hard work and commitment we provide competitive rates of pay with no hidden deductions, a refer a friend scheme, teacher of the term awards, access to Randstad Education's online CPD portfolio, long-term and permanent job opportunities, a dedicated consultant with a 24hr on call facility and an honest and trustworthy approach that matches you to the right school.
Recommend a friend and you will receive £300 for each person that successfully completes 30 days of work for us.
To discuss this in more detail, please contact Paul at
All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards and UK eligibility checks