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Attracting and retaining teachers amid the talent drought

At a time when recruitment targets for teachers have been missed for five consecutive years, training applications have dipped 5%, and teachers in England have the lowest job satisfaction of all English speaking countries, it is little wonder that an increasing number of schools across the UK are struggling to source and secure the volume …

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The Supply Register partnership with NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union

The Supply Register, and The NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union have announced a new partnership in a memorandum of understanding to promote an ethical alternative for the employment of supply teachers. Supply teachers play a vital role in ensuring the highest standards of education for all children and young people. However, the way in which …

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Working with a Managed Service Provider such as The Supply Register

So, a School, Academy or Trust you have been servicing has decided to deploy a Managed Service Provider (MSP) and you have been invited to talk to us. Having been on the receiving end of this type of invitation in the past we can often become very concerned and anxious about our relationship and ongoing …

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Surrey school takes fresh approach to tackling teacher crisis

The  Magna Carta School in Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey is taking a fresh approach to recruiting staff by using technology to connect directly with local teachers. The national teacher shortage has been reported widely across the UK, however the crisis is particularly acute in Surrey, which is likely to be attributed to  outdated salary weightings coupled with  increasing pupil …

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ITV exposé on recruitment in schools.

Responding to claims that recruitment agencies are putting ‘profits before pupils’ following an investigation by ITV’s Good Morning Britain, former education recruiter, Baljinder Kuller, has spoken out about the ‘unethical’ nature of some agencies which pray on the desperation of schools looking for teachers at short notice. ITV’s investigation found that recruitment agencies are sending …

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