Stay updated with the latest supply teaching jobs in London & send us your details & CV.
Teacher and Teaching Assistant jobs at Primary and Secondary Schools across London.
Browse more job offers:
Urgently Required | Head Of Music | Phenomenal Prep School | West London
World Class Teachers are looking for an outstanding Music Teacher who ideally has Head Of Music experience or has the ambition and desire to take the next step in your career. The position is to start immediately on a long-term to permanent basis. The ideal teacher will: Have a minimum 2 year experience as a teacher
Reception Teacher| North London
World Class Teachers are currently seeking to employ a Reception Teacher for a school in the London borough of Barnet, North London. About the School As a non-fee paying, non-selective, non-denominational, co-educational school, this school welcomes children from all backgrounds. They opened in September 2015 and the school continues to grow organically to reach its capacity of 420
Key Stage 1Primary School Teacher |Tower Hamlets
Situated right in the heart of Whitechapel’s vibrant, multicultural community World Class Teachers are seeking a Key Stage 1 Primary School Teacher on behalf of a highly valued client school. About the School Recently refurbished, this single storey school offers a generous learning space both inside and outdoors, which reflects the high expectations of both children
Reception Teacher | Tower Hamlets
Reception Teacher wanted for a vibrant and nurturing school in Tower Hamlets, East London. About the School Raising standards for the children is key to this schools success. They hope to be able to affect the life chances for the children who come through the gates of this school each and every day. By adopting
Year 1 Teacher | Greenwich
Are you a Year 1 Teacher looking to make a fresh start in January 2016? World Class Teachers are recruiting for an experienced Year 1 Teacher to join a dynamic and innovative school in Greenwich, South East London. About the School Nestled between Greenwich Park and River Thames, this school is uniquely placed to make
SEN Teaching Assistant in Tower Hamlets
World Class Teachers are looking to hire a SEN Teaching Assistant for a innovative school in Tower Hamlets, East London. If you driven to make a difference in the lives of children with Special Education Needs, we want to hear from you. About the School This role is for placement in a safe, happy and
From our blog
Advice and experience from a Teaching Agency with over 12 years experience placing Teachers and Teaching Assistants in positions across London.
Teaching Tolerance: A lesson on Cultural Diversity in the UK•16 November, 2015
Educating children on the growing diversity of our population has arguably never been more relevant. As we witness what is considered by many as the most devastating humanitarian crisis of our time, it is imperative we provide the opportunity for students to develop tolerance, and understanding as well as an awareness of the contribution refugees
Does Crafting Have A Place In Schools?•10 November, 2015
On their own, craft activities tend to lose out to traditional subjects like English and mathematics in the classroom, certainly among older children. Yet, as learning modules designed to help youngsters understand the building blocks of many more advanced concepts, craft sessions are invaluable.
OBAMA | Smarter ways to measure kids’ progress in school•26 October, 2015
In an address that will appeal to American and English teachers alike, Obama has recently addressed standardised testing calling for US schools to incorporate more creativity into the classroom and reduce the pressure associated with formal tests. If our kids had more free time at school, what would you want them to do with it? A) Learn
From one Antipodean to another: Advice for Aussies living in London•30 September, 2015
My Journey as an Aussie living in London Having moved to London just under two years ago, I remember how daunting an experience it can be. Leaving family, friends and the familiarity of home isn’t easy. However if, like me, you find the lure of travel and adventure in one of the most iconic cities
To Live is to Learn | Quotes to Inspire•4 September, 2015
Live & Learn: Quotes to Encourage Learning can be hard work; no matter what stage of life you’re in. Learning is about growth and development, about making connections and overcoming obstacles. To some degree we’re hardwired to want immediate achievement and we regard failure as just that – failure. However ‘failure’ is undeniably a crucial
te@cher Toolkit talks to WCT about #SupplyTeaching•12 August, 2015
The UK’s most followed teacher on Twitter talks to World Class Teachers I had the pleasure of talking with Ross McGill from the infamous @TeacherToolkit about all things Supply Teaching. With a following of 102, 081 (at last check) Ross McGill is fast becoming a leading authority on teaching. However, despite the vast reach of