Teaching Personnel
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    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
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Teaching assistant level3 in Cardiff
on 17 February 2021
They keep in touch, always had call for work from them, friendly team at head office and at my local office.great agency to work for.
My local office always makes regular check-ins in on how I am..how I feel and what is happening in school, looking out for my welfare and employment requirements.
Teaching Assistant in Cornwall
on 26 February 2021
I thought when I first started this job would be amazing. Oh I was wrong. Once I got a position I was never contacted for a catch up, until they said they didn’t have a position for me anymore. I was paying emergency tax the whole time I was working here, I also missed a few payments due to lack of communication. I do not recommend working here. AWFULThey also have just terminated my employment because they new I was looking else where for work whilst with them. ( which most people do)
Teaching Assistant in Cardiff, Cardiff
on 17 February 2021
A good place to work within education
After applying to a number of Teaching Agencies last year, Teaching Personnel was the agency that I wanted to work for more than any of the others. The people I spoke with during my application were professional, friendly and helpful and my application was processed quickly. The work itself is fun, engaging and fulfilling.
Supply Teacher in Cardiff, Cardiff
on 16 February 2021
I have been made to feel welcome . Given opportunities. I have been provided with regular work and opportunities. I have taught in various schools and found a healthy and respectful ear and empathy and advise offered from those in management.
Cover Supervisor in Newport
on 14 February 2021
Great Company for beginners to teaching
Joined Teaching Personnel in October 2020 after leaving University, and so far have really enjoyed my time working for the Company. Before working with TP I had no formal qualifications to teach, but it was a job that I was really interested in and wanted to explore which TP has really helped and allowed me to do. Placements offered have a wide range of short tasks lasting from several hours to half and full day roles, and there is a great deal of value given to the flexibility between work and home life. Members like myself can easily update on their TP work diary when they are available to work and what times they can cover, meaning you can work whatever dates and times would be best for you. Tasks I have taken part in so far include a Lunch Time Supervisor role (making sure students are safe within Canteen areas), working with SEN young people getting to know routines and practices and helping with classroom activities, caretaker duties, and acting as a Cover Supervisor in the classroom when teachers are not available.Schools that I have worked in so far have been really enjoyable with excellent teachers and approachable staff, and managers from my TP Branch have remained in contact throughout placements to make sure everything is running smoothly, to offer support and help if needed, and to give feedback from the schools on my progress which has been really helpful. TP has given me really good opportunities to develop my skills in teaching and managing students within schools, and to be able to advance my CV for future opportunities like covering classroom sessions for teachers when not available, managing students throughout the school day Etc.. Their placements have allowed me to advance as they offer opportunities to work within certain places and get to know both staff and students who attend, and allows great opportunities to be offered roles directly by them or for extensions to work placements that I would not otherwise have been able to or have been aware of. This has been a really good advantage to the job where working on a placement has allowed me to discover the exact nature of jobs I'm interested in, and to discover roles that I was not aware of within schools before which I can explore further, and have the possibly and potential to work within further and to build a long term career in teaching that I may not have otherwise been able to access. I'm really grateful to Teaching Personnel for the opportunities so far, and would recommend anyone who is interested in working in schools with students or in teaching to apply.
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Just eager to get their comission, I mean get you started

Shared on 1 October 2019

The interview was more about finding out about previous experience and what sort of placement I would like - not a typical interview (but in a good way!)

Shared on 24 April 2019

Why I wanted to work for them? What kind of work I wanted? What could they do for me? What I wanted to get from them?

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