Our South Yorkshire office covers primary, secondary, SEND teaching and pupil support jobs in Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley and Chesterfield. It is situated on Vicar Lane in the city centre, just down road the Cathedral tram stop, a main stop on all three lines.
Sheffield is rich in transport links and boasts a great variety of both state and public schools. Probably the most useful way of combating Sheffield’s seven hills is making use of the tram network. The super tram runs on three lines, connecting suburbs such as Middlewood and Halfway, places that would otherwise seem much further away. Based on a recent poll, Notre Dam high school has been ranked as the best secondary school in Sheffield. Situated between the Broomhill and Ranmoor areas of the city, this school is in a calm and accessible setting, whilst not being too far from the centre. The rankings of schools in Sheffield speak for how diverse the city can be. Tapton which ranks at 3rd in the same poll is much nearer the heart of the city, whereas Bradfield School, fifth in the poll is arguably the most rural school in the area, actually surrounded by a largely pastoral community, but still only 15 minutes from the city in a car. Alongside this, those schools who received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted last year were: Seven Hills, Notre Dam, Tapton, and Talbot. Sheffield also has an outstanding private girl’s high school. Opened in 1878, Sheffield Girls’ prides themselves on offering a high standard of education. This goes to show just how Sheffield boasts a rich variety of city and rural schools, alongside excellent public and state schools. Our PK Education office in Sheffield is situated on Vicar Lane in the city centre, just down road the Cathedral tram stop, a main stop on all three lines.