Glömstaskolan: The School in a Class of its Own
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by Bradley Palmer
3w ago
With a new approach to education that breaks all the rules. In the lush, green, forested region just south of the Swedish capital, there’s a school that breaks all the rules; one that gives a whole new meaning for the phrase ‘special school’. Because even before you set foot inside it’s evident that this is no ordinary educational establishment. This is a radical – and very refreshing – departure from the way schools look, the way they’re laid out and even the way they’re run. For a start, there are no corridors – and in many of the rooms there’s no ..read more
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September vacancies for all teaching staff
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
2M ago
At the start of a new school year, vacancies for teachers are ripe for the picking What began some 15 years ago as an ambition to reinvent education recruitment consultancy with our own unique new approach in which we actively support and nurture our candidates’ career development is now ‘in our blood’ at Teach Now. It’s just our way of getting things done – and making a difference to clients and candidates alike. Of course, as a recruitment agency our core role is still to match educational professionals to job openings – but for us there’s so much more to it than that. It’s a vital part of t ..read more
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More opportunities for SEN Teachers? 
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
3M ago
Or is the government’s announcement of 60,000 new SEN places simply too little, too late? The national shortage of SEN provision in England’s schools is a subject we keep coming back to – and, despite the latest government announcement, it remains a highly controversial topic. One thing, at least, is undisputed: Special Educational Needs provision in England is in crisis, with two out of three special schools at or above capacity in the 2022 – 2023 academic year. Even Education Secretary Gillian Keegan said so at the end of March 2024. Even as she announced the government’s plan to create 60,0 ..read more
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Non-graduate teaching apprenticeships
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
3M ago
Is this long-standing idea about to come of age and finally go into action? It’s not exactly a new idea. On the contrary, the government has been trying to find a viable way into teaching for applicants without a degree for quite some time as part of its on-off attempts to ease the UK’s chronic shortage of teachers and teaching assistants. The crisis is exacerbated by the sector’s increasingly dire teacher retention performance. Figures released at the end of last year show that a record 43,997 teachers left the state sector in the 2021-2022 academic year alone. And the number leaving aft ..read more
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What development can you expect from your ECT induction?
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
6M ago
Make sure you’re getting the best from your employer – so they can get the best out of you! It’s been more than two years since we stopped using the term NQT (Newly Qualified Teacher) and adopted ECT (Early Career Teacher) along with a new approach to the induction process designed to keep new teachers engaged and motivated. The change was the response to research showing that teachers are more likely to abandon their careers in their first few years (4 in 10 leave the profession after five years). Under the new regime, you’re entitled to much more care, guidance, and support than in the past ..read more
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2023… the year Teach Now truly came of age as one of London’s best education recruitment companies
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
6M ago
In the fifteen years since Teach Now was first established in a London primary school, we’ve come a very long way indeed – and although we’ve constantly evolved as we’ve grown, developing and refining innovative ways of working, one thing remains unchanged. That is our determination to be much more than a mere ‘recruitment agency’ – to cultivate and nurture our mutually rewarding relationships with teachers and their employers, and to radically change the way education recruitment works. And in 2023, more than ever, events have proved we’re up there with the very best educa ..read more
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Teach Now Are Up There with the UK’s Very Best Education Recruitment Companies
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by Bradley Palmer
6M ago
Teach Now makes the Financial Times’ UK’s Leading Recruiters list for 2024 If there’s one thing more satisfying than being recognised for your team’s talent, hard work, and commitment to excellence in a prestigious national broadsheet, it’s the fact that the Financial Times list of the UK’s leading recruiters is based on client and peer recommendations. In short it’s the result of our clients’ and candidates’ feedback. That makes this accolade doubly important to everyone at Teach Now – because it confirms that the people we work with agree wholeheartedly with what we’ve be ..read more
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What’s So Great About a Teaching Job in London?
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by Bradley Palmer
6M ago
The capital really is a great base for a career in education Because we’ve been based in London ever since we were established here 15 years ago, we’re obviously somewhat biased – especially since we’ve spent all that time developing mutually beneficial working relationships with so many London schools, colleges and borough education authorities… Biased or not, though, in our view you won’t find many better places in which to begin or to develop your career, whether you’re a seasoned professional, have just achieved QTS or perhaps are on your teacher apprenticeship.  So, here are just som ..read more
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Introducing CONNECT: A Fresh, Fun and FREE Approach to Education Recruitment
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
6M ago
Another ground-breaking idea from Teach Now. At Teach Now, innovation has become something of a company tradition. Ever since day one – over twelve years ago now – we’ve been developing our unique approach to education recruitment consultancy. Of course we match people with jobs – but for us that’s just the start. We believe in nurturing and supporting our candidates’ personal and career development – and in building lasting, mutually beneficial relationships with schools and local authorities.  We know the importance of the right fit – for the school, for the teacher and for the pupils ..read more
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Teach Now Nominated in ‘Best Client Services’ Category for the Recruiter Awards
Teach Now Recruitment Blog
by The Teach Now Team
6M ago
A resounding endorsement of our fresh new approach to education recruitment. Since the birth of Teach Now some twelve years ago, we’ve been striving to create a new way of working – an innovative, dynamic reinvention of education recruitment consultancy. It’s meant developing a new, unique approach that goes further and deeper than traditional recruitment agencies: we don’t just match people with jobs in education, we actively contribute to our candidates’ personal and career development. That means supporting them not just with the immediate role or even the next one, but throughout their car ..read more
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