My name is Kelly Woollard and I’ve been a Senior SEN recruiter for more than 8 years. The importance of keeping up-to-date with the latest developments within the field of SEN teaching and SEN support is imperative.
At Future Education, we are fortunate to have a large group of dedicated and hard-working supply teachers who are ready to help schools in their hour of need, often with very little notice. However, as they are not in substantive teaching posts, these teachers receive very little training or continued professional development (CPD). If they are lucky, supply teachers might get asked to participate
If you’re reading this, you have likely just qualified as a teacher, you are currently completing your PGCE or teaching qualification, or you’re thinking of becoming a teacher...
Naomi Webb looks at the challenge of how to make science more enjoyable and relevant for school children. She looks at just some of ways teachers can help to engage and inspire the next generation of school children.
Recently the BBC reported on a coding and software development university in California that has now opened without any teachers. In the modern day where all information is readily available at our fingertips, are we heading down a slippery slope where teachers are due to become obsolete?
Christmas and New Year provides the perfect opportunity to be productive in their search for a new teaching role. Spending time over the holidays to prepare the perfect application, CV and cover letter, means your going into the New Year prepared.
Earlier this month CV Library announced that London was amongst the fastest growing job markets in the country, great news for all those in the city and surrounding areas looking for their new role in the capital this year. So, what does this mean for getting a teaching job in London?
Despite seeing an overall rise in the number of jobs available in not only London but across the whole of the UK, recruiting within the education sector, teachers, in particular, is a major issue that isn’t going away anytime soon.
Future Education is pleased to announce that we have successfully been awarded the REC Audited Status, the gold standard in recruitment.
A recent study has shown the importance of building a strong rapport with the interviewer suggesting that the first two to three minutes of meeting the interviewer(s) can make all the difference when it comes to being considered for the role.
Want a new challenge? Looking for teaching opportunities in and around London for the new academic year? Future Education is here to help.
We have a range of job terms available, from fixed to permanent positions to help find a teaching role you're comfortable with. In your new NQT role, you can rest assured you will be fully supported throughout your induction period and welcomed into your new school.
The Future Education team recently took on the Mannequin Challenge at our London office. Take a look at ours and keep a look out for some office golf, a mandatory dab and a seemingly lost biker...
Due to our continued success recruiting permanent and temporary staff for schools and education establishments in Croydon, Bromley and across the city of London, we have decided to expand and grow our recruitment services.
Whether you’re in the final year of your BA, or you’ve just started the PGCE, the daunting task of finding your first job, will come around very quickly. This blog contains useful information which will help you focus on the key things that will make your interview successful.
Want to become a teaching assistant, but don’t know where to begin? At Future Education, we help new and established teaching assistants at every stage of their careers to find the right roles in and around London. Primary, secondary and SEN schools are crying out for new TAs, and with opportunities all over the capital, there has never been a better time to get involved in education and beco
Bad days, a heavy workload, deadlines, high expectations, managing pupils and parents, difficult classes and a multitude of other factors – teaching is a job that comes with a multitude of unique pressures and challenges. These can all take their toll on physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. In this post, we look at some of the different options and organisations that are out there.
Congratulations, you’ve completed your teacher training, and are ready to take your first steps as an NQT…now the fun begins.
As we settle into the new half-term after its starting burst, the focus of our new Senior Leaders I’ve noticed, is on their team. Can they find a leadership team that supports them? Will that new Deputy Headteacher be their reliable second-in-command? Will the new Headteacher support their career progression?
Working in partnership with our tech recruitment friends over at Future Tech, we’ve taken a look at the wealth of teaching apps available, and picked out a selection of fantastic tools designed to help you improve organisation, productivity, communication and learning. From specialist Ed-tech platforms to useful everyday tools - here are our top teaching apps for 2018.
In this post, we take a brief look at GDPR, how it applies to schools, and the actions they need to take to avoid the potential risk of heavy fines and reputational damage caused by non-compliance.
As teachers, we have the opportunity to make a difference by ensuring that the future generation understands equality. But how do you discuss International Women's day in the classroom without being too biased?
Are you looking to build a career in education? Want a teaching assistant or learning support assistant role in and around the capital? Future Education are here to help. We specialise in supporting Teaching Assistants, LSAs and Classroom Support staff at every stage of their careers, providing permanent (full time and part time) and temporary roles at primary, secondary and SEN schools across
This week on the Future Education blog we have a guest blogger, Julieanne Cresswell a transformational coach. We understand that teaching is a very rewarding job but it also has its challenges – as with any profession. When balancing everything it is very easy to forget about taking care of yourself.
You could be able to soon, following the announcement of a £5m pilot sabbatical scheme for UK teachers by education secretary Damian Hinds. In this post, we take a look at the announcement, explaining what’s being proposed, why it’s happening, when it’s being rolled out and what the news means for teachers in London and across the UK.
In this post, we explore the options, process and support structures out there for professional looking to make the switch to teaching.
Thinking of becoming a teacher in London, but worried about the finances? You’re not alone – professionals in every industry and at every stage of their careers want to make the switch to teaching, but are concerned about whether the figures stack up.