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Teaching Jobs in the UK

Find work in thousands of primary, secondary and

special needs schools in London and across England

Start your UK teaching journey with us

Are you looking for the next step in your teaching career? You could be teaching and travelling in England.
Schools throughout London, and across the UK, trust us to bring them the top teaching talent from around the world.
Whether you're a recent graduate or an experienced teacher, you'll find the UK teaching job that suits you best with 
Protocol Education.

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Flexible work to fit your lifestyle

Daily supply is perfect for a working holiday: you choose when, and where, you teach, so you can spend more time on travel and enjoying your UK life to the full.

And, with more offices in London than anyone else and branches all over England, you'll have supply work right on your doorstep from the moment you land.

Teaching roles to advance your career

Want to establish yourself in a UK classroom? With roles ranging from six weeks to permanent, we can help you move your career forward.

We'll even bring UK principals right here to you, so you can interview at home and find the right school before you leave.

'It's changed my life' - Sian's story

With future plans to teach in international schools, Sian made the move to get first-hand experience of the English curriculum.

"Working for Protocol has been absolutely excellent. From the moment I registered my interest in teaching overseas, they worked closely with me to find a job that best aligned to my needs and interests. They have made the transition to the UK exceptionally smooth."

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