School House Recruitment is an award winning Supply Teaching Agency which specialises in the recruitment of teachers, classroom assistants and school office staff. Our first office opened on Teesside in 2010, from where we cover Supply Teaching vacancies in Stockton on Tees, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool and East Cleveland areas, as well as the wider North East region.
Following its success we opened our second branch in South Yorkshire in 2011. Based in Sheffield, the South Yorkshire branch covers Supply Teaching and school support work in Sheffield itself, Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley and the wider South Yorkshire area.
We are proud to be a local and independent company that works hard to build honest and transparent relationships with both our supply teachers and schools. Our offices are manned by experienced staff that understand the individual needs of each school and are committed to finding the right teacher for the right class. We believe in paying excellent rates of pay and have a fair pricing system in place for our schools. As members of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) we were recently awarded The REC Gold Standard in Education Recruitment.
Salary: £115-£125 per day
Due to the allocation of Covid Catchup Teacher funding, School House are seeking experienced Teachers, who are able to deliver these sessions in local Primary School's, across the Tees Valley area.The…View Job
Salary: £27,600 - £41,604
School House Recruitment Are working in partnership with TeesValley Education and are seeking to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced SEND Teacher to work in Dormanstown Primary Academy Dormanstown Primary…View Job
Salary: £95 - £140/day
Description Successful Teachers are required to have specialist experience of SEMH teaching within a Primary school. They will have exceptional knowledge of the primary curriculum, and be able to teach across Key…View Job
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