Propose
The Supply Register
The Supply Register

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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Education Technology
The Supply Register

Addressing lack of BAME teachers through advancements in recruitment technology

There is no denying that the education system is heavily lacking in diversity. Currently in the UK, 31 percent of pupils come from black and minority ethnic backgrounds (BAME), compared to just 13 percent of teachers. The situation worsens at senior level, with 93 percent of head teachers coming from white British backgrounds. Clearly, schools need

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APSCo
The Supply Register

The Supply Register achieves APSCo Compliance+ accreditation

Stoke based Education recruiter wins APSCo Compliance+ accreditation The Supply Register, an online portal for the recruitment of supply teachers, is celebrating achieving APSCo Compliance+ Education accreditation: a best practice quality standard recognised by the Department for Education. The young company, established in 2016, is committed to providing an alternative route to employment for supply

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Academy Today
The Supply Register

Scrapping academies could ‘bring more uncertainty

Those in the education industry are speaking out against Labour’s plans to scrap the current academy system, saying it will undo good work. With the BBC reporting that the Labour Party has shifted to a more hard-line policy on schools, with plans to scrap the current academy system, those in the education industry are worried

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Recruiter
The Supply Register

Labour’s substitute Teacher register could be costlier for Schools, say recruiters

Recruiters have questioned whether a Labour proposal for a new Substitute Teacher Register, aimed at ending the “spiralling” cost to schools of hiring supply teachers, is workable. Addressing the Labour Party Conference yesterday, shadow education secretary Angela Rayner said if elected, Labour would introduce a national Substitute Teacher Register, similar to a system already used

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NASUWT
The Supply Register

NASUWT will continue to disrupt supply teacher market

Agencies are making vast profits out of the crisis in teacher supply with less than a third of the money paid out by schools going to teachers, NASUWT members have been told. The Union’s Deputy General Secretary, Dr Patrick Roach, attacked market failure and the monopoly that supply agencies have in the system. This was

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NASUWT
The Supply Register

A better deal for supply teachers

Supply teachers will be better off under a new recruitment model which promises to end the “inexcusable” charges demanded by agencies to schools and pay staff fairer rates. The Supply Register, which is backed by the NASUWT, is getting a better deal for supply teachers and schools but charging substantially less than profiteering agencies, who

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The Supply Register
The Supply Register

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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