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SEND Supply Teachers

Why become a supply?

Benefits of using PK Education to find your next job in education

At PK Education, we’re all about ‘Inspiring Potential’. We do this by building relationships and investing time to get to know our candidates and the individual schools in which they could be placed, so it’s the right fit from day one.

Our aim is to improve the reputation of the recruitment industry with a no-nonsense, positive approach that delivers quality over quantity.

Whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting your teaching journey, PK Education has a wide variety of roles suited to all skill types. From primary to secondary, special educational needs to support staff positions, we’ve got something for everyone and update our jobs listings every day, so you can always find the latest opportunities waiting for you.

Working in education is a hugely rewarding job but it’s also demanding. We take care of our candidates and go the extra mile to make their lives easier and ensure they reap the rewards of a [part-time] job in teaching.

Whether you’re stuck in a job that doesn’t fulfil you or you’re just starting out on your journey into education, you’ll be partnered with your own dedicated Recruitment Consultant, who’ll work with you from day one to guide you to where you want to go and check-in after placement.

Plus we have a host of helpful tools on our website to support you including tips on nailing that CV, webinars with neurodiversity experts on how to develop an inclusive classroom culture, podcasts, supply teacher survival kits, quizzes, and lots more to help you come up with new ways to engage young minds.

If you’re hungry to shape young minds and inspire potential, we can help you embrace your passion for teaching and make a real difference to future generations.

SEND Roles

Disablility doesn’t mean inability

Working with students who have special education needs and disabilities is a hugely rewarding job.

You get the opportunity to spend more one-on-one time with the students and have a real impact on their lives during and outside of school. A supply teacher or support role is a great way to enter the SEND sector without committing to a permanent role.

No previous teaching experience is required but if you’re an enthusiastic and committed individual who has previously worked in care role (perhaps in a residential care home or even a prison) then you could be the perfect candidate for a Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Support role.

Drama graduates and those with knowledge of alternative communication methods, such as British Sign Language (BSL), Makaton or Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) are also highly sought after in this sector.

Check out our current available roles

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