summer jobs for supply teachers – hiring now!

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 end of academic year our friends at Ultimate Activity Camps have some summer jobs hiring now to keep you working in the interim!

Ultimate Activity Camps run exciting, fun and inspiring activity holiday programmes in the Easter and Summer Holidays through the South of England. This summer they will be running five camps in the London area and still have some positions available. If you are looking for a fun, varied, outdoor job in the summer with industry leading pay, there is no better way to earn money in the Summer!


Please visit to find out more about the camps and to apply online. If you would like any further information please don’t hesitate to contact their office at

Job Details:

Camp at Sutton High School (SM1): 18th July – 26th August 2016

Camp at Holy Cross Prep School Kingston (KT2): 18th July – 19th August 2016

Camp at Handcross Park School near Crawley: 25th July – 26th August 2016

Camp at Surbiton High School (KT1): 25th July – 26th August 2016

Camp at Brentwood School: 25th July – 26th August 2016

Roles available:

Camp Manager – Qualified Teacher, specialising in PE desirable, or with experience in similar field

Early Years Manager – Level 3 or above in EY qualification

Early Year Instructor – Some qualification or experience in EY settings required

Follow World Class Teachers on Facebook and Twitter for this and many more teaching job opportunties in London. 

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 will our international teachers and asked them one question: What was it you wish you knew before moving to London?

We hope their advice will prove invaluable to you. Here goes.


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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 in the world too tempting to pass, this blog is for you.

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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 his ‘followers’ it was clear that Ross has remained true to his roots. As a deputy headteacher with one of the most prolific teaching blogs online, Ross remains a committed and passionate educator who uses his profile to share what he’s learnt and impart knowledge to those looking to add to their voice to the world of education.

Sitting in the park with his son, Ross was happy to share his insights into supply teaching so long as I was happy to work within a ‘four year olds schedule’. Agreed.

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Our Guide to a Teaching Interview

Preparing for any kind of job interview is daunting, especially if it’s a job you are passionate about and a role that you have been chasing for months – or even years.

Interviews for teaching jobs can be particularly challenging, and ensuring you are properly prepared for them is crucial.

If you are confident before going in to the interview you will undoubtedly come across better and be less likely to crack under the pressure; however, understandably, this is often easier said than done.

teaching interview guide

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