Teach in the UK
We can help you find permanent roles as well as supply work on a contract.
YES! If you have a recognised teaching qualification and UK working rights, we can help secure teaching work in England. There is lots of work available for Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Special Needs schools across England.
We collect a copy of your qualifications, working rights (Via), Passport and other ID, required criminal clearances from your home country ,the UK (We process your DBS) and any other country you have lived in for more than 6 months in the last 5 years as well as up to date references and our registration forms and your teaching CV. We also complete a video interview with each of our teachers to understand your skills and experience and help match you to the right school.
Complete our contact us or registration form and we will be in touch. We will arrange to have a chat and talk through your skills and experience, plans, location and school preferences and when you plan to arrive in England. We will connect on Skype and record a short interview about your teaching. We will collect your CV and documents and help you with your visa application. Depending on what sort of work you want, we will work together to make that happen. We will assist you will connecting to other teachers, and transitioning to the UK with help getting accommodation, a bank account and lots more. We will continue to support you throughout your time in the UK.
The British school year is comprised of 3 terms. Term one starts in early September and finishes in late December. There is a half-term break of a week in October and two weeks off over Xmas and New Year. Term 2 starts in early January. There is a February half term break of a week and then the term ends on Easter for two weeks. Term three usually starts in mid-April depending on Easter dates and there is a week off in May for half-term and the school year ends in late July. The summer break is late July and August and school starts again in September. Teaching jobs in England are available year round but lots of teachers secure contracts starting September, January and April.
We work with all types of schools in England. Whether you want to teach in a state, faith or independent school, we have opportunities in Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Special Needs schools across the country.
Our Schools are located all over England. We have 1000’s of schools we work with and offices in London, Hertfordshire, Peterborough, Reading and Norwich. The schools we support are located all over London, Kent, Essex, Surrey, Herts, Berkshire and Sussex. If you like the idea of being in a more regional location, we can help you into a school in Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincoln, Hampshire Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and into Northern England.
We help you from the get go, with interview preparation, support when looking at visa options, relocation itself, and continuous CPD and life support while you’re teaching in England. Have a question for us? Give us a call, we have been supporting international teachers relocate to England for 10 years.
If you are looking to work regularly in a range of schools but be flexible to travel in term time, supply work is for you. You can work as little or as often as you like on our Secure Guaranteed Supply Contract and we will guarantee you work everyday, and if we cannot find you work, we will pay you anyway. We have supply work in all parts of London an in regional locations across England.
Are you looking to work in one school, teaching your specialist subjects for a set amount of time, this is a great option for you. A contract in one school will mean you have support and mentoring, you will build rapport with students and know where you are off to every day. You will have more marking and planning to do but you will return home with a real edge when applying for a role.
Some teachers are relocating to England permanently and want to secure a full-time ongoing position permanent and direct with a school. We can help teachers who want this level of commitment and security.
If you do not have a teaching degree but like the idea of working in a support role as a teacher aide in a school, roles are available all over the world. You may be traveling with a friend who needs work, so you can both travel at the same time. TA work is a great option.
Yes! We fly selected teachers to England for a 9 day round trip to meet and interview with multiple schools in one location. The event is called iday. During the week you will be given professional development, be able to visit your top preference schools, tour London and secure a role, at no expense. We cover the cost of your accommodation, flights, most meals and transfers. It is a great way to find the right job and also meet and get to know new teacher friends from all over the world.
Fill in our short registration form and we'll be in touch!