We are an award-winning and friendly supply teaching agency with over 10 years of experience in education recruitment. No matter whether it's a leadership, teaching or support role you're looking for, we can help you find a job in a school or children's residenital setting local to you. Our team work closely with some of the best primary, secondary and SEN schools across the West Midlands and Staffordshire and are here to help make your job search as simple and stress-free as possible.
We support primary, secondary and SEN schools with their staffing and are proud to work with some of the very best teachers and teaching assistants that Birmingham and the Midlands has to offer. Using our knowledge and expertise we’re able to match the right teacher to the right school every time ensuring smiles all round!
Our specialist senior leadership department is dedicated to finding directors, CEOs, headteachers, SENCOs and more the right school for them. In addition, we also able to provide safer recruitment training to any SLT members registered with us - a must-have accreditation for all school leaders.
Whether you’re a teacher looking for a permanent or day-to-day work, we can help you find the teaching role that you are looking for in a West or East Midlands based school that is local to you. But that’s not the only reason you should choose Smile as your teaching agency, there are lots of other great benefits including training opportunities such as first aid for mental health training and social events throughout the year.
We don't just work with teachers, we also support teaching assistants, graduate teaching assistants and HTLAs in their search for work in primary, secondary and SEN schools. Choosing Smile Education as your supply agency ensures that you’ll find work local to you and gives you access to a whole host of other benefits including exclusive jobs, interview support and training courses.
Smile Education support a number of SEN schools in the Midlands with both their teaching and classroom support staff. The schools support children with physical, emotional and behavioural needs. We also offer all of our SEN staff Team Teach training - a qualification required by most special needs schools and residential settings.
Interested in teaching but not undertaken a PGCE? Give cover supervising a try. All you need is a degree and some experience working with children. To help build the confidence of our cover supervisors we also provide cover supervisor training, where you’ll learn all about safeguarding and how to manage a classroom.
We support a number of West and East Midlands based nurseries with their staffing and recruit nursery nurses, room leaders and managers. We also offer all of our early years staff the option to undertake our Emergency Paediatric First Aid course - a compulsory requirement for those working in nursery settings.
We don’t just provide support in the classroom. We also recruit for a number of non-teaching staff including school caretakers, administrators, science technicians, cleaners, kitchen staff, lunchtime supervisors, exam invigilators, and more! Find more about our non-teaching roles and our process for registering with just a few clicks.
It’s not just schools we work with, we also work with a number of children’s residential care homes, respite centres and supported living facilities in the Midlands. We can find work for support workers, deputy managers and registered managers. Learn more about our residential division here.
Our Graduate Academy is designed to help graduates take their first step on the teaching ladder and offers them a paid opportunity to discover whether teaching is the right career choice for them. We asked Beth, who joined our Graduate Academy earlier this year to give us a run-through of what life is like in the classroom and what is expected of her - the good, the bad and the ugly. However, you’ll be pleased to know (as we were!) there’s no too much bad, or ugly for that matter! Here’s is what she had to say....
Think there are no similarities between working for Smile Education and being the Qeen (or King) or England. Think again! ...