Simply Education is a locally-based staffing agency for teachers. We supply high calibre, local, reliable teachers and support staff to our schools and ensure that everyone we place has been vetted to our high compliance standards.
We work with schools and nurseries in Primary, Secondary and SEN settings on a variety of daily, long-term and permanent teaching roles and always aim to place our teachers in roles that are suitable to their needs and experience.
Simply Education is a leading education recruitment agency. We are one of the fastest growing agencies for Teaching Jobs, Nursery Nurse Jobs and Supply Teacher Vacancies across the UK. Our friendly team of consultants are available 365 days a year for any unforeseen supply teacher requirements.
We provide supply cover across various counties within the UK. Still looking for your dream teaching role? Click here to browse through our range of teaching jobs.
Primary Teacher, Buckinghamshire
Simply Education is a helpful and efficient agency who always has a friendly voice on the end of the phone. Without their help the cover situation in our school would have run aground ages ago."
Cover Manager, Biddenham School
Simply Education is seeking passionate Drama Teachers to work in Secondary schools across the Nottinghamshire area. It is import...Read More...
A local highly successful Oxford senior school are now seeking an enthusiastic History teacher to join their department. The sch...Read More...
Simply Education is enjoying large amounts of growth with Secondary schools in the Nottinghamshire area. For this reason we are ...Read More...
How will you save the world 15/10/2013
Our Regional Environmental competition surpassed all expectations when we received hundreds of unique entries from using and non-using schools across our supply regions. With partakers ranging from Y1 to Y10, we received an assortment of entries from bright posters and flyers to presentations and videos. Entries were received from schools across five counties, with both mainstream and SEN participation.
Fancy Dress...Why not! 30/09/2013
Every year we decide to embarrass our lovely team of consultants and support staff by making them dress up in hilarious (at times slightly unflattering) fancy dress costumes. Now we don’t do this just to point and laugh, (although we would be lying if we said there was no laughing involved) but rather to get photos for our annual advent calendar shoot.Read More...
An agency that just keeps climbing... literally! 05/08/2013
After another successful academic year the employees at Simply Education were treated to a day of rock climbing at Big Rock in Milton Keynes. Abandoning our yearly sports day (thank you rain!) we decided to take on the challenge of dizzying heights, uncomfortable harnesses and brightly coloured rock holds!
Lib Dems say Gove department 'rogue'
The Liberal Democrats accuse the Department for Education of "going rogue" by briefing against Nick Clegg over funding for new school kitchens.Read More...
JK Rowling among 10 literacy heroes
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is among 10 people - both famous and non-famous - to be honoured for helping to boost literacy and a love of reading.Read More...
Relationships between clients and agency recruiters becoming more complex - REC
Recruiters will need to up their game to maintain their reputation as the most valued source of quality hires in the eyes of HR professionals, according to a new report published by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) today. The Client Paradox: The changing relationship between client and agency recruiter explores employersâ€™ current and emerging recruitment priorities, the key strengths that external recruiters are perceived to have, the areas where agencies need to enhance the value they offer and new market opportunities.Read More...
2013 IRP Award winners announced
The RECâ€™s Institute of Recruitment Professional (IRP) Awards were held at the London Marriott Hotel to celebrate recruitmentâ€™s top professionals in a ceremony hosted by the BBCâ€™s Jeremy Vine.Read More...
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