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After an exhaustive tender process starting in November 2010, Leeds city council have confirmed Blue Recruitment as one of its preferred agency suppliers to the schools in the city. The tender process looked at all aspects of the business from its operations, business structure, service offering and ethos. Technical assessments of insurances, finances and procedures were also examined to ensure any agency that the council were to approve had been thoroughly vetted. Through detailed assessment, Leeds city council have ensured that Blue Recruitment have clear procedures that support recruitment in schools. These include:  Procedures that guarantee that all supply staff have an up to date clear Enhanced CRB and fully vetted including checks on references and qualifications. Strategies for working with schools causing concern, and those facing a shortage/hard to fill/specialist subject areas. Strategies...

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Leading Education

10th October 2010

Blue Recruitment is delighted to welcome the teaching team and client schools from teaching agency company Leading Education. Following a successful period of negotiaton and due diligence we are pleased to confirm the full buy out of the very successful Leading Education firm run by Chris and Keizah Cotton. “Chris and Keizah ran a very tight ship which focused on the needs of schools and teachers. Their operating philosophy was in tune with our own and we are pleased to be able to maintain the high levels of service that their clients and teachers came to expect” – Jarrod Gaines, Operations Director. With the purhase of Leading Education we plan to extend our services further into North Yorkshire. Our teaching team now crosses 5 regions in Yorksire givig our teachers greater access to jobs whilst offering our...

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Blue Recruitment is pleased to announce the extension of its programme of free CRB supply checks for teachers working in Calderdale. As an umbrella body of the Criminal Records Bureau we well placed to make enhnced CRB applications. No charge and no fuss. To arrange an appointment to meet with one of our staff please call: 0113 350 5512

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Guaranteed Supply rates

10th October 2010

Blue Recruitment can now guarantee supply rates for schools in Bradford and Wakefield. Contact us today to find out how.

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Teacher Resource links

6th August 2010

Click on links from the top menu, our top site for this term is www.teachernet.gov.uk An excellent site carrying information about teaching and learning: teaching strategy, teaching and learning tips, learning psychology, and links to thousands of resources. You can find information relating to teaching your subject. Teachers of Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 pupils can find updates, information and links in our primary and secondary resources pages. Find information also on Teachers TV with a wealth of information and resources for both new and experienced teachers, including curriculum-based programmes for use in the classroom. Watch videos from the Teachers TV archive directly from the teachernet site.

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Did you know that it is a legal requirement for all teachers to be registered with the GTC? ‘Being a registered, qualified teacher is an important assurance to the public and parents about the high quality of the teacher workforce.’ Keith Bartley, GTC Chief Executive When you register with the GTC you become part of England’s professional body for teachers. You can also sign up to their newsletter, keeping you up to date with all things education. If you like a form to register you can access it on the Blue Recruitment download page. Jarrod Gaines

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Are you a UK qualifed teacher seeking a new and exciting experience overseas? We have KS1 and KS2 vacancies teaching in international schools in East Africa. Following a British Curriculum you will be expecting to provide an holistic approach to education. You will be expected to teach betwen the hours of 9.30 and 13.30 using a combination of approaches including direct instruction, whole class, as well as group and individual work. Your subject specialism will be employed across both key stages and you will be expected to work closely with your international colleagues. The school living and working environment has been vetted by a Blue Recruitment representative. Successful applicants will receive free flights and accommodation. Applicants can apply immediately by calling Jay Gaines on: +44 113 350 5512 or emailing:jay@blue-recruitment.com

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Newly Qualified Teachers

2nd February 2010

Blue Recruitment are pleased to open its registration for newly qualified teachers. We have a large number of client schools across Leeds and Bradford. Our daily pay rate for newly qualified teachers is £102 per day with a new applicant referral of £100.

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Teach across Yorkshire

1st February 2010

You can teach in a school in certain circumstances without a teaching qualification. To work as an unqualified teacher (instructor) cover supervisor, or exam invigilator you must hold a degree in a shortage subject such as maths, science, IT or foreign languages.  You must also have at least 3 months direct experience working with children in environments such as: Coordinating workshops (such as drama, art, outdoor workshops etc) Working with children as part of church/community/mosque groups Teaching abroad Private tuition (any subject) Providing support to University students with special needs Working in after school clubs/ breakfast clubs/ holiday clubs Camp America or working as a children’s holiday rep Working as a carer in a children’s home/ home for vulnerable adults Youth club leader/ Brownies/Guides/ Sunday school teacher Working with children or vulnerable adults in...

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