World Class Teachers

Short Term, Long Term, and Permanent Teaching Jobs in London

About Us

One of London’s leading supply teaching agencies, World Class Teachers is the preferred organisation for those seeking supply teaching jobs in London.

Focusing on the UK’s curriculum, we specialise in placing qualified education professionals in supply teacher positions, teaching assistant opportunities, short-term and long-term teaching jobs, and permanent positions. We have ample supply teacher vacancies, but also offer permanent teaching roles to qualified candidates.

We offer a huge array of roles and have proven success in assigning hundreds of qualified educators to supply teaching positions. As a teaching agency, we have years of experience in teaching and work in close partnership with multiple reputable schools throughout London, which means we’re well equipped to match the right qualified teacher with the right school.

Jobs

SEN Teaching Assistant EYS/KS1/KS2

World Class Teachers are currently looking for  Special Education Needs Teaching Assistants for positions across all primary phases in our mainstream primary schools located in

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What Sets World Class Teachers Apart?

In particular, we help teachers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, America and the UK to advance their supply teaching careers in London. But, with World Class Teachers, you’ll find more than just a teaching agency service; we place high importance on camaraderie so we offer plenty of events throughout the year to help you to meet fellow travelling supply teachers around the Capital.

Join Our London Teaching Agency!

If you are a PGCE (or equivalent) qualified teacher, join World Class Teachers today to find supply and permanent teaching jobs across Central and Greater London.

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No matter whether you’re a supply teacher, teaching assistant, or seeking a full-time teaching role in London, you could soon find yourself in one of a range of educational institutions including Nurseries, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Special Needs Schools.

Our Blog

7 Ways to Promote Gender Equality in The Classroom | Our Top Tips to Help Promote Gender Equality 1. Avoid separating male and female students Not only does separating students within the classroom inhibit male and female students learning to…

What is EdTech? EdTech in the UK, is the implementation of new technologies in classrooms to assist with learning, creativity and to remove some of the barriers teachers face day-to-day. As technology is constantly changing, it’s worth getting to know…

With video interviews becoming more and more standard as a result of COVID, if you haven’t sought a new role since before the pandemic, you might not be as confident with this format.If you’ve secured your first teaching interview that…

Whether you’re just starting out in your career or you are changing from a completely different sector, applying for a teaching assistant role might be the first step you’re taking to get into teaching.You don’t necessarily need any past experience…

With the ongoing pandemic continuing to affect the England schooling system, the government have revealed a number of remote learning support solutions to help pupils whilst they are home schooled.If you are a teacher with a class that are home…

With a new year comes time to reflect on the last – and 2020 was certainly a strange one to reflect on, particularly for teachers!Primary school teachers have been particularly challenged throughout 2020, and with home schooling looking to continue…

There are many benefits of choosing to use a teaching agency when it comes to looking for your next job. Whether you’re looking for a primary or secondary teaching position in a full-time or part-time role, here at World Class…

Exciting news After nearly 20 years of working with some of the leading educators and schools across London and the UK, the directors of World Class Teachers are ready for our next chapter. Thank you all . It was over…

A Guide to Understanding the New GCSE Scoring System and How it Affects Teachers With GCSE results being released you may be concerned about how the new GCSE scoring system will affect teachers. Teachers and supply teachers in London will…

The Best Routes into Teaching Today In order to become a supply teacher in London, you need some level of qualification. However, the route into how you gain your qualification may not be as black and white as you think;…

A Guide to Understanding the New GCSE Scoring System and How it Affects Teachers With GCSE results being released you may be concerned about how the new GCSE scoring system will affect teachers. Teachers and supply teachers in London will…

London is frequently described as the City of opportunity. With so many different attractions to see and so many different cultures to interact with, why would you want to start your teaching career anywhere else! To help persuade you, here are five reasons why London is such a great place to teach.

The end of exam season marks the beginning of summer. We see the launch of graduation ceremonies and a period of endless celebrations. It begins a phase of reflection for many students and school leavers to start thinking about taking…

When it comes to education, everyone learns exactly the same way, right? Not quite. While the terms "auditory" and "visual" learners have become somewhat more common, there are many other types of learners. While most people cross the lines of…

The early days in your teaching career can often seem overwhelming. There is a new school environment to get used to, there are skills to practice and hone and, oh yeah – a classroom of kids waiting to be taught!…

Classroom discipline begins with your approach to children and how you talk to them, so they listen to what you say. There are tips and techniques to achieve this, and by taking the following approach, you’ll have their undivided attention.…

What's going on with women in the education system? Did you know that 130 million girls between 6 and 17 are out of school, or that nearly half a billion women worldwide are illiterate?  Millions of females around the world…

The average teacher spends hundreds of pounds each year buying supplies for their students. As cash-strapped schools look at ways of saving money, this can often lead to a shortfall in classroom essentials. As a result, teachers have to be…

Educational trips have a positive impact on student learning, but where do you take a group of children for a day out in London? Read our 7 Fun and Educational Trips in London for some inspirational and educational school excursions.…

Get your facts straight! With education splashed all over the tabloids this summer, what does it really mean for teaching this academic year? Our partners at STA Travel have shared with us their top advice for this academic year.  …

Joe Hallgarten is co-founder of Global Arts Learning Action, and senior associate with the Innovation Unit and has recently joined the World Class team. His experience and contribution as an educator is second to none; here is a fascinating glimpse into…

Objectives then activities As a teacher, it can be tempting to think of an activity and then base some learning around it. However, this could mean that you end up wasting time tasking your students with something that has no…

Do you spend more time managing behaviour than teaching? Are you at your wits’ end trying to control some of the children in your class?  These ten tips should help you gain control and get back to doing what you…

What is the secret to successful exam study? All too often, pupils think they have mastered the art of studying for examinations, leading to a false sense of security. There is always room for improvement. If they fail to organise…

Your pupils, like everyone else, enjoy feeling valued and cared for by the significant people in their lives. Teachers play a pivotal role in the life of young people and understanding how to make the most of this relationship is…

Can you believe it’s already that time of year? Sleigh bells are ringing and supply calls are slowing but not too worry! We’ve got some Christmas cheer to share by way of flexible holiday jobs that will keep you busy…

As a supply teacher in London you will have the opportunity to work in a range of schools. This is a great experience that allows you to grow and challenge your teaching abilities, however, it may present some unique challenges.…

Most Common Mistakes People Make In Job Interviews If you’re a teacher living in London you’ll appreciate what an important time of year this is. Interviews and trial days are at a peak as schools are still looking to confirm…

2016 Pixabay London is just like any major city, it’s a brilliant place to be as long as you are sensible and take precautions with personal protection when you are out and about. You can enjoy living and working in…

Picture a classroom of students sitting at their desks. They’re poised over their work books, rummaging through their pencil cases and getting ready to complete the task set by their teacher. But did you ever stop to wonder how children…

Our World Class Teacher of the Month: Robert Milton World Class Teachers have been fortunate enough to have had Primary Teacher, Robert Milton working with us since January 2016. Through out this time he has been an absolute privilege to…

As a supply teacher, you already know how rewarding a new teaching role in London can be. London is such a diverse and cultural city steeped in history and imbued with English charm. The city is yours to discover with a…

Working as a supply teacher in London is great fun! The holiday periods are especially fun if you are nipping across the boarder to France or Amsterdam for a summer vaycay. However, if you're looking to save your pennies this…

As more and more schools reach out to international teachers, Skype has become a convenient way to screen potential new teachers. For many teaching applicants, a Skype interview is often the first step to the process of being hired. Whilst…

The role of supply teacher is a vital one in today’s educational system. It is a varied and spontaneous job that takes more than just showing up to class. Here is our advice for supply teachers in London to make their day as…

Recent headlines have highlighted teacher's workload and the amount of stress and pressure they are put under. One article stated that “workload was the top concern, with 89% citing this as a problem, followed by pay (45%), inspection (44%), curriculum reform (42%) and…

In the last decade, we've seen a whole new world of play emerge, one in which has lead to more screen time and less jumping from couch to couch to avoid the ‘lava’ below. Technology has, undoubtedly, changed the way our…

Whether you're a NQT or seasoned teacher,  we’ve compiled some of the most inspirational and influential must-follow education blogs. Offering insight and experience, you’re sure to learn a thing or two from these teaching professionals. 1.Learning from my mistakes: an English teacher's…

Teaching is a profession that requires copious amount of energy, stamina and mental agility. Stress in a fast paced, busy job is normal and to some extent expected. However chronic job stress can lead to burnout, characterised by feelings of exhaustion,…

Living & Teaching in London - what you need to know   Time and time again we are sent enquires about teachers moving to London – from questions about National Insurance to advice on where to live. We got together…

Audiopi is an exciting new teaching resource changing the way students learn.

Tired of rain and wind? Fed up with wet socks and wearing layer upon layer. Unfortunately damp days aren’t exactly what you would call rare in London. However with a bit of positive spin and some cosy suggestions we’re determined…

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…

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,…

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…

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,…

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…

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…

As tempting as late nights and no alarms clocks can be, the extended break with no cash flow can be a worrisome time for supply staff. In an effort to help you bring in some extra cash – while still…

Fun Things To Do during the Summer Holidays? Summer holidays are just around the corner and if you're stuck for ideas we've come up with a compilation of fun things to do for both students and teachers. Interesting, educational and fun,…