Here at Key Stage Teacher Supply, we have plenty of opportunities for Newly Qualified Teachers.
We are coming to the time of year when trainee teachers are completing their studies – some of you will finish in April and many more in June or July, and we know that right now you are looking for your first teaching positions.
At Key Stage Teacher Supply, we are always keen to work with Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs), and to help you find your first position, with day-to-day and long-term work available all year round for primary and secondary supply teachers.
We are conscious that you are keen to complete your induction period. Over the years we have placed hundreds of candidates in positions where they have gained valuable experience and completed that final stage of their training.
We work with over 300 local school and nurseries across Lancashire and Cumbria, and they are all keen to work with staff who have fresh, up-to-date training and a great enthusiasm to get started with their careers!
If you fall under the umbrella of Newly Qualified Teachers, and you are interested in registering with us, please call us on 01254 507210.
Working with Key Stage
Keep in touch: Communication is our most important tool. You need to know what’s going on and when, and so do we. The quicker you give us your availability, the quicker we can sort out your next assignment.
Dress the part: First impressions are important, so no jeans, leggings or shorts, and male teachers should wear a shirt and tie. And, of course, no mobiles in the classroom.
Getting there: Arrive by 8.30am unless otherwise notified. This gives you chance to find out about school routines and relevant policies and procedures.
Who are you? Always carry your Key Stage ID card for security purposes and please take a current Enhanced DBS Certificate, along with proof of identification (ie driving licence or passport) to show on your first day.
Time is money: Submit a timesheet (either online or paper) for each day. Get it signed & approved by the school and delivered to us before 10am the following Monday. Failure to submit on time may delay your payment.
Safety first: Remember that you’re responsible for the health and safety of the pupils — and yourself. Don’t do anything you’re not capable of or trained to do and ask for instructions if using unfamiliar equipment.
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