Find primary supply teaching jobs with Exeter Supply Partnership
You’ve been considering a move into supply teaching but aren’t quite sure where to start when it comes to finding your dream job. Whether you’re a recently qualified teacher looking to kick-start your career or an experienced teacher looking for high quality supply teaching jobs, Exeter Supply Partnership is here to help. You probably want to get going sooner rather than later, so we won’t keep you any longer. Simply click on the link below to complete our online application form.
A few things to know about joining ESP’s supply team
We interview every teacher and teaching assistant face-to-face so that you find your perfect match, because we know there’s lots to consider.
Would you rather work in a larger school or a small village school?
Are you a ECT looking to gain a foothold and kick-start your career?
An experienced teacher who just wants to do a few days a week?
Or an experienced teacher who wants a change of direction?
Are you a part-time teaching assistant looking for additional work?
Or are you new to the teaching assistant role and looking for occasional work to fit around other commitments?
What location do you prefer?
Whatever it is that’s important to you, your face-to-face interview is the chance to discuss it to ensure we only offer you the most suitable job opportunities. As part of our recruitment process we will also carry out all the necessary safety checks, including DBS, children's barred list, identity, teacher prohibition (teachers only), qualifications, medical fitness, permission to work in the UK, overseas checks (including criminal certificates, references and information from regulatory bodies), references and employment history.
All teachers and teaching assistants are also asked to disclose any relevant criminal history.
What do you need to become a supply teacher?
Still wondering if supply teaching is for you? If you can tick off all the qualities below, then you probably have your answer:
Do you have Qualified Teacher Status?
Are you resilient and reliable?
Have you got a ‘can do’ attitude?
Are you available full or part time?
Would you consider yourself an excellent classroom practitioner?
Have you got a passion for teaching?
All that’s left to do is scroll up to download and complete an application form.
An Enhanced DBS certificate including a children’s barred list check (even if you have not been to the UK) – we can assist with completing this.
Where possible a letter of professional standing from the professional regulating authority in the country in you have worked. Advice about which regulatory or professional body you should contact is available from the National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom, UK NARIC.
Suitable references from organisations you have worked in outside of the UK.
If you have any questions regarding the above requirements, please contact us to discuss.