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Secondary Schools

Temporary and Permanent Staffing for Your School

The Full Range of Staffing from a Single Point of Contact

Your local secondary consultant is able to provide you with the teachers, cover supervisor, tuition and SEND staff you need. We provide:

  • Short-term supply cover

  • Long-term temporary positions

  • Recruitment for permanent roles

  • Pupil intervention and tuition staff

  • Support for SEND pupils

We recruit widely, so we feel we will always have viable options to fill your vacancies and provide short-term cover:

  • The full range of subject specialist teachers

  • Overseas trained teachers

  • Experienced Cover Supervisors and Graduates

  • SEND specialists

  • Sports coaches, youth workers and care workers looking to enter education

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Fully Cleared Staff, Ready to Go

​We apply the highest standards possible to clearing staff.

All staff checked and vetted to DfE safeguarding standards - we are REC audited and accredited

  • Email booking confirmation (with photo ID), compliant with Ofsted checking requirements

  • Online access to historical safeguarding checks for all staff who have worked at your school

Effective Interventions Staffing

Behaviour Support Specialists - Working one-to-one with pupils and with existing behaviour plans to improve levels of pupil behaviour. A one-to-one approach raises attainment, self-confidence and engagement.

Literacy & Numeracy Support Specialists - Teachers and support workers experienced with the primary curriculum and methods can provide invaluable support for pupils struggling to cope with the demands of the secondary environment.

Maths & English Support - Working across Key Stage 3 & 4 to identify and close gaps in learning; Maths and English support provides pupils with invaluable tools for learning.

Exam Boosters Support - Help where it is needed the most. Whether one-to-one or in small groups, you identify the pupils and our tutors will help to maximise performance at GCSE

Special Needs Support - We provide Teaching Assistants with the experience to effectively support children with a range of special needs so they can successfully participate and engage in the full curriculum.

New Ways to Recruit

Protocol Education works with primary schools across the country to help them solve the challenges posed by the shortage of subject specialist teachers and experienced support workers in a range of new and innovative ways.

  • NQT and Managed Permanent Recruitment

  • Future Teacher Programme

  • Bespoke Recruitment Events

  • Overseas Teacher Recruitment

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