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So, you’ve just qualified as a teacher (or just about to) and you’re thinking supply might be the perfect option to ease yourself into the world of teaching – or even get experience in different schools to see where you want to work full-time. But you probably have a few questions. Or are unsure if NQT supply teaching is even the right thing to do. So to set your mind at rest, please take a look at our NQT FAQs below – and if there’s anything we haven’t covered, please get in touch.
Once you’ve finished uni you have three options as a newly qualified teacher. Firstly, get a permanent job in a school. Secondly, get a temporary full-time position in a school. And last but not least, supply teaching. Not many people know this, but you can achieve all three of these through a recruitment agency – like us – and you’ll benefit from our knowledge of local schools, contacts with head teachers and support on sprucing up your CV and interview techniques. So whichever route you think you’re heading, it’s always work having a chat to us.
People used to think that a few years ago, but things have changed. Supply teaching has now become a rightly respected and essential part of the education industry. Recruitment agencies have adapted and evolved, and those (like us) that specialise in working with newly qualified teachers have created a service that reassures and takes care of NQTs after graduating.
Yes. If you work as a supply teacher on a temporary contract. And you can do the whole year in one school, or in three separate schools – one in each term. Which is great for getting a really broad experience – which will look great when you’ve done your induction year and are ready for your next challenge.
No. Not at all. Supply teaching means you have experience in lots of different schools. Which is definitely an advantage.
We’ve already helped countless newly qualified teachers to achieve their career goals, please get in touch to see how we can help you. We have some great career opportunities including NQT primary teaching jobs.
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