Nottingham is the largest city in the East Midlands and lies 120 miles north of London. The population of greater Nottingham is around 750,000 and with two successful universities bringing nearly 50,000 students, it’s young, vibrant and filled with great bars, shops and cultural attractions.
Whilst the city is busy bustling and rammed with history, the towns and suburbs that surround it and sit alongside the River Trent are cool and classy too, with some of the very best schools in the country, let alone the region. It’s a great place to live and work.
As sporting heritage goes, Nottingham has loads to offer too. Home to Nottingham Forest, Notts County, the world renowned Trent Bridge and the National Water Sports Centre there is loads to see and do for even the sportiest resident.
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The types of teaching roles in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire we're recruiting for are as follows:
We are currently looking for both experienced and newly qualified SEN Teaching Assistants to join the Aquinas team. As an SEN TA you will work with students who have a diverse range of Special Educational Needs, including Autism (ASD), Speech and Language Difficulties (Sp&LD), and Learning Difficulties.
We have opportunities available in our primary schools located across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. As an Early Years SEN Teaching Assistant, you will provide exceptional support to students who require SEN assistance, both on a one-to-one basis and in small groups.
This is a highly rewarding role, as you will have the opportunity to make a genuine and positive impact on the lives of children throughout the Nottingham area, as well as in other areas where our schools are located.
We are always looking for qualified teachers to support primary and secondary schools across the Nottingham region. As a supply teacher, you will have the opportunity to work flexibly across our schools located in Nottingham and other areas of the country, if you are interested in travelling or relocating.
This role provides you with some degree of freedom to choose when and where you work, allowing for the perfect work-life balance. Additionally, it offers diverse teaching experience, where you can work with a range of students and enhance your teaching skills.
Whether you're a seasoned teacher or a newly qualified teacher, we welcome your application. Our supply teacher roles are ideal for those seeking flexibility, variety, and professional development opportunities. If you're passionate about education and ready for your next challenge, we would love to hear from you.
We are currently seeking Primary Teachers for both KS1 and KS2 positions across Nottingham. Whether you are a seasoned teacher or a newly qualified teacher, we would love to hear from you as this role could be a perfect fit for your skills and experience. As a Primary Teacher with Aquinas, you will be responsible for developing innovative lesson plans and teaching strategies to prepare your students for early learning, assessments, and beyond, to help them achieve their academic potential.
Our recruitment team works with a huge range of primary schools, including state schools as well as schools within academy groups, to match our teachers with their ideal working environments.
We are always looking to work with great Cover Supervisors for both temporary and contract roles in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire schools. This position is ideal for individuals who are considering a career in teaching or those who are already qualified but are looking for more school experience.
As a Cover Supervisor, you will need to create and maintain a safe and supportive learning environment, which involves implementing effective behaviour management techniques. However, if you require training in this area, we offer comprehensive training to prepare you for the role.
Working as a Cover Supervisor offers a fantastic opportunity to gain experience in a dynamic and fast-paced environment while contributing to the education and development of young minds.
In addition to your ability to manage classroom behaviour, you will need excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to lead pre-planned lessons and ensure students are engaged and making progress. If this could be of interest, please register today.
If you are thinking of becoming a teaching assistant or returning to education in the Nottingham and Rushcliffe regions. We would love to speak to you. As a Teaching Assistant you would support the work of students in classrooms and provide guidance as they progress in their learning journey. This role presents a valuable opportunity to offer additional support to students and gain essential experience, or ease yourself back into education.
Although prior experience would be advantageous, it is not mandatory. If you have any relevant qualifications, please include them in your cover letter.
We are always looking for qualified and capable Early Years (EYS) teachers to join our team for full-time positions in primary schools located in Greater Nottingham and the wider East Midlands region. This role presents an excellent opportunity for those who are passionate about teaching and guiding young children, and would like to utilise different teaching methods and curriculum advancements to guide younger students in one of our partner schools.
Although previous experience in teaching EYS curriculum is preferred, we would consider teachers with other experience. A teaching qualification such as QTS is preferred. Whether you are a newly qualified or experienced teacher, this position offers a great chance to advance your career and make a positive impact on the education and development of young students.
Are you a highly motivated HLTA's who has experience in KS2 education? We'd love you to join our amazing team. As an HLTA with Aquinas, you will be working closely with students who have special and additional needs, providing them with the necessary support and guidance to help them achieve their full potential.
The ideal HLTA should have a proven track record of working with 1:1 students in KS2 classes and recent experience in planning for small groups and preparing resources. We are looking for individuals who are genuinely passionate about working with pupils with special and additional needs and are committed to making a positive impact on their lives.
If you are an enthusiastic and dedicated individual who wants to make a difference in the lives of young people, we encourage you to register now and speak to one of the highly trained and ever helpful Aquinas team.
We are currently in search of enthusiastic and committed Behaviour Mentors to join our team of non-teaching school support staff in various schools across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. These are generally permanent positions that offer an exciting opportunity to inspire and motivate students to reach their full potential.
The most successful Behaviour Mentors come from a real range of backgrounds, including former athletes, graduates pursuing a career in teaching, and those with life experience. Our ideal candidate is friendly, hardworking, and can bring fresh perspectives to the students and the school.
As a Behaviour Mentor, you will play a crucial role in ensuring that all students have the opportunity to succeed in a secure, caring, and stimulating environment. You will use your enthusiasm and energy to motivate and engage students who require additional support with their behaviour and approach to learning.
We require a team of Invigilators to assist our schools across the full Nottingham City Region in preparing for and monitoring mock examinations, under exam conditions as specified by the joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).
The ideal applicant will be highly organised, vigilant and reliable, have excellent attention to detail and have the ability to manage competing demands.
We are particularly interested in applicants who are available any day of the week (Monday – Friday) and have the flexibility to be called in at short notice.