Are you a supply teacher looking for some help and advice? If so, you are the right place. Our blogs offer tips and tricks along with day in the life case studies from real supply teachers, NQTs and cover supervisors to. They also give you an insight into what working for Smile is like and the ways which we support local communities and charities.
While it might sound very cliche, you’re feedback matters to us as we can’t improve and grow without it! At the end of each academic year, we send a survey out asking all of our education professionals, support staff and schools that have worked with us for feedback.
The survey questions look at a range of different things and ask those completing it to rate us on our service, quality of work/staff, the registration process and their consultant. This enables us to reflect on the work that we have done this year and see where we are going right and the areas we need to improve.
We are really pleased to say that we’ve received some brilliant feedback this year that we would love to share with you all.
Schools use us for a range of cover with 87% of schools using us for day-to-day bookings. We’ll start by sharing some of the feedback that our schools gave to us:
Pretty impressive right?! Now moving our to what our teachers and support staff had to say…
You can’t argue with the facts and certainly not ones as impressive as these!
We can’t tell you how happy this feedback made us. Hearing so many positive things about our team and the work we do is lovely to hear and makes all the hard work worthwhile.
If you like what you have seen above and would like to speak to us about staffing for your school or are looking for a role, then please get in touch with us. You can contact us on 0121 210 5000 or you can leave us a message via our contact page.
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