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Search for teaching, school leadership and education support jobs in England. You can also apply for jobs, set up job alerts and read advice for jobseekers.
The TES started out in print more than 100 years ago as The Times Educational Supplement. Fast forward to today and they've grown in partnership with teachers and schools around the world to become one of the largest, professional digital communities, connecting and supporting more than 13 million educators globally.
Don't want to be a classroom teacher but still want to teach? Tutoring may be for you. Action Tutoring is a charity that supports disadvantaged young people to achieve academically, with a view to enabling them to progress in education, employment or training.
Around 8,000 people every year return to teaching after a break. The fact of the matter is that the experience you have is still valuable, and a return to the career can be a quick process.
If you’re thinking of returning to the classroom, now could be a great time. After a period of disruption for so many pupils, you could help those most affected to get back on track.
When you became a Now Teacher we made a commitment to help you become the teacher you want to be. We want as many talented, brilliant people in the classroom as possible. If you have taught, left the profession, and want to return to teach, we are committed to working with you and getting you back into the classroom.
The best person to speak to would be your Programme Manager who will be able to coach, guide and recommend some options. Not sure who to speak to? Email us and we can help.