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Registration process

We have a 5-stage registration process to get you working for us:

Stage 1 – Register your interest
A very short form telling us a little bit about yourself.  It helps if you have a CV to upload, but it’s not essential at this stage.


Stage 2 – Telephone interview
A short conversation where we find out a bit more about you and what you want.


Stage 3 – Application form
A more detailed online form where we collect the information we need to register you on our database and start legal compliance checks.


Stage 4 – Face-to-face meeting
A meeting at one of our branches to check your documentation and to discuss your skills, experience and work preferences in more detail with a local consultant.  We need to have received your CV by this stage.


Stage 5 – Safeguarding checks
A behind-the-scenes process where we complete the necessary safeguarding checks to clear you for work in schools (eg. references, police check).
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