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Latest vacancies for teachers

 

 

We have lots of opportunities for teachers to work in our partner MATs (Multi-Academy Trusts) across the UK. We have an array of teaching jobs in primary, secondary and special educational needs (SEN) settings to suit your skills and preferences. Click here to explore our latest vacancies for teachers.

Primary School Teacher

Northampton, Northamptonshire

£120 - £220 per day

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Primary School Teacher

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

£120 - £220 per day

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KS1/KS2 Teacher

South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire

£120 - £170 per day

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KS1/KS2 Teacher

Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset

£120 - £170 per day

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KS1/KS2 Teacher

Chard, Somerset

£120 - £170 per annum

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KS1/KS2 Teacher

Stoke-Sub-Hamdon, Somerset

£120 - £165 per day

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KS1/KS2 Teacher

Bristol

£120 - £170 per day

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KS1/KS2 Teacher

Taunton, Somerset

£120 - £165 per day

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Supply Teacher

Birmingham, West Midlands

£120 - £180 per day

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Supply Teacher

Corby, Northamptonshire

£100 - £185 per day

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Join our workforce

 

 

We have amazing opportunities for teachers and cover supervisors to work on supply in primary, secondary and SEN schools nationwide.

 

As we support thousands of schools, by providing dedicated supply staff, we have an extensive range of flexible working opportunities. From short term to long term positions, we’re confident we can match you with the perfect role and school for you.

 

By working with Affinity, you get access to a range of benefits like ongoing training and development opportunities, up to £200 when you refer a friend, access to our exclusive discounts and cashback offers and more!

 

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Career advice for teachers

Why Become a Teacher? 7 Reasons to Get Into Teaching

 

Whether you’re driven by a passion for education or the desire to make a meaningful impact on the lives of young people, teaching can be a fulfilling career choice. This article explores 7 reasons to get into teaching.

 

How to Build Positive Student-Teacher Relationships

 

It has become more important than ever for teachers to develop healthy relationships with students. Positive student-teacher relationships increase academic performance as well as social and emotional health of students.

 

5 Teaching Methods to Engage Students in the Digital Age

 

In today’s digital age, engaging students in the classroom can be a challenge. With distractions constantly at their fingertips, teachers must find innovative ways to captivate their students’ attention.

 

Adapting Teaching Strategies for Different Learning Styles

 

Within the field of education, one size does not fit all. We’ll explore the different types of learning styles students can have and provide practical tips for teachers to tailor their teaching strategies accordingly.

 

Why join Affinity as a teacher?

Affinity Academy

 

 

We’re thrilled to introduce you to Affinity Academy – our dedicated hub for learning and development. It’s designed to inspire our candidates and colleagues, helping them excel in their roles and beyond.

 

Our training portfolio has been thoughtfully curated to meet your needs. All candidates have access to comprehensive training modules such as Teaching Assistant Toolkits, Safeguarding Refresher Training, SEND, Primary National Curriculum, and Behaviour Toolkits.

 

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Affinity Extra

 

 

We give all our candidates access to Affinity Extra – our online discount and cashback platform. There’s hundreds of discounts and cashback offers on high street stores, supermarkets, restaurants, cinemas and attractions for you to access! 

 

As well as discounts and cashback offers candidates also have access to wellbeing resources and free eye tests. Click here to learn more about Affinity Extra.

 

Candidates can log into their Affinity Extra account below:

 

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Hear from our candidates

 

 

Dave Halliday, Cover Supervisor

 

“Once you have been in a role for a couple of months, you really are treated as a full time member of staff. I have been very lucky that the placements I have been given are long term, so you have that routine, which works well for me. If I could give advice to someone looking to work on supply, it’s that you’re never too old to learn. Approach it with an open mind and embrace the culture.”

 

 

 Jamilla, Teacher at Lime Trust

 

“Seeing the children progress throughout the year is an amazing feeling within you, that’s the reason why you want to be a teacher. I have the support here and I have the opportunity to succeed and go further”.

Get in touch

 

 

Can’t find a vacancy to suit you? get in touch today.

A member of our team will be in touch to match you with the perfect role.