Education - it's the very cornerstone of our society, which is why you need a consultancy that takes it as seriously as you do. We know that building trust is key which is why we work so closely with both our teachers and our schools.
Our philosophy is simple - by operating ethically and honestly we will always put the right teacher into the right school, whether it's for a day, a week, a whole term or permanently. We 've built lasting relationships with a range of schools and teachers who use us over and over again - you can read what they say about us here Teachers and Schools
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Simply Education is the leading education recruitment agency. We are the fastest growing agency for Teaching Jobs and Supply Teacher Vacancies across the UK. Our friendly team of 16 consultants are available 24 hours a day ,7 days a week for any unforeseen Teacher supply requirements. Our experienced consultants really know the industry,and with 4 regional managers and 2 regional directors providing the motivational drive we will continue to ensure that the clients and teachers needs are met on a daily basis.
With five regional offices based in Bedford, Northampton, Oxford, Cambridge and Leicester we have the expertise - and the local market knowledge to provide the very best recruitment service. Since 2012 we have welcomed Amy, Paul, Claire, Stephen, Janine, Simon, Rebeca, Laura and Liz to the team and are confident that they will continue to grow the Simply Education brand and promote us as the local market leader.
I have been working for Simply Education since September 2009. I have had supply work throughout the year and enjoy teaching at the varied schools in and around Northampton. Denisa, Jason and the team at the Northampton office have enabled me to gain vital experience and skills. I would recommend Simply Education to any teachers who are willing and keen to work with such a supportive team.
Rebbeca Primary Teacher in Northampton
We have always found Simply to be an extremely helpful and professional organisation to work with for our supply cover. The teachers that they have provided have always been first-class and extremely capable. We recommend them to any school looking for quality supply cover and excellent customer service.
Anita Barker - Head Teacher"
Scott Lower School - Bedford
This school situated in a rural setting just North of Hemel Hempstead occupies an excellent site providing well for its 145 pupi...Read More...
Level 3 Primary Teaching Assistants are required in and around the Daventry area for both short-term and long-term contracts, in...Read More...
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Epsom Derby 2012
Simply Educations annual pilgrimage to Epsom Downs racecourse , a great day thanks to the weather holding out for us.Read More...
Targets 'risk pupil well-being'
Pupils' well-being and education should not be sacrificed to meet new targets, the leader of a head teachers' union will tell its annual conference.Read More...
Recruiters back RECâ€™s VMS Code of Practice
Recruiters have thrown their support behind the Recruitment and Employment Confederationâ€™s (REC) VMS Code of Practice by signing the agreement to promote sustainable supply chains and good recruitment.Read More...
Comment on the academic year 2012-2013 examinations
It takes years to prepare for GCSE, AS and A2. It takes hours to mark each examination paper. BUT IT COULD TAKE JUST A FEW MINUTES OF YOUR TIME TO INFLUENCE FUTURE PAPERS BY TELLING STANDING JOINT COMMITTEES JUST WHAT YOU THINK! The Teacher Unions/Associations maintain Standing Joint Committees (SJCs) to let the awarding bodies know the views of Teacher Union/Association members about GCSE, AS and A2. SJCs are completely independent and, when they comment, awarding bodies take notice. A written response to SJC comments is then made available to schools and colleges. If you've something to say, download and fill in an SJC comment form, or complete and submit a form online here. Please submit your comments as soon after the conclusion of the examination that you are commenting upon Download and print a poster for display on your staff noticeboard.read moreRead More...
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