Teaching and Support Staff
Working for one of our schools will give you the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of our children and young people.
As a teacher, you will play a key role in inspiring, motivating, encouraging and educating a new generation of learners. You will help students to become passionate about learning and guide them to make a positive impact in the world around them.
The teaching profession is exciting and challenging. Teaching is a career path that is available to anyone that has an undergraduate degree and is able to commit to achieving Qualified Teaching Status (QTS). There are several routes to QTS, including on-the-job training within a school. Go to Help and support getting into teaching where trained advisers will be able to assist you to find the best route for you. Teaching is a great career choice for anyone who wants to make a difference to the lives of young people and is passionate about lifelong learning.
Our schools also rely on the professional input and knowledge of a wide range of non-teaching, support staff. Support staff are not qualified teaching staff; however, they may work alongside teachers to support students or help in the efficient running of the school day. There are many support staff roles within a school.
Examples of support staff roles within schools include:
For further information regarding our Teaching and Support Staff opportunities please visit Our Schools page.