Child Protection

Child protection is paramount, for us and our schools.  We therefore carry out comprehensive checks to ensure proper safeguarding procedures are adhered to, whether you're looking for supply teaching jobs, nursery teacher jobs or primary teacher jobs each candidate is checked.




Our affiliations

Our industry affiliations mean schools can have confidence that we adhere to industry best practices to make sure all the teaching and support candidates we put forward are thoroughly vetted. 


The checks we undertake


We carry out comprehensive checks on all our candidates, compliant to OFSTED regulations: 


Proof/CheckAcceptable Documents/Terms
Proof of ID / Right to work in the UKValid passport or driving license or a long birth certificate accompanied with a NI number
2 x proof of addressTwo of the following, dated within the last three months: a bank statement, credit card statement, utility bill, council tax statement or a driving license
DBS police checkAll our candidates are required to be on the update service
Qualification certificates - teachersDegree certificate, Qualified Teacher Status certificate, Induction Certificate, DFEE Teacher Number (if any of the certificates are missing)
Qualification Certificates - support staffA Level/NVQ certificates
National Insurance NumberNI Card, recent payslip or a P60 certificate
Change of nameMarriage certificate or change of name certificate if any of the documents are in a different name
Proof of pay scale for Agency Workers Regulations (AWR)Employment letter
2 referencesMost recent employers or equivalent
Up-To-Date CV 


Becky had just finished her maternity cover and was really specific that she only wanted to work two days a week within a 5-mile radius of her home.  Ideally she wanted to a permanent job-share so she could plan her weeks, as opposed to doing ad-hoc supply in different schools.  Such jobs are hard to come by, but Becky was an excellent teacher, so we decided to market proactively on her behalf to see if we could create an opening for her.  We drew up a list of schools that fell within her catchment area and sent a flyer selling Becky to each school, following up the mail campaign with phone calls.  It wasn't long before Becky was invited to an interview, at which she was successful.  She is now enjoying the job-share that she wanted, which enables her to continue her vocation for teaching but fits in with the demands of her new family. 

Proactive marketing to create a flexible solution for a new mum