Led by Hallam Teaching School Alliance, supported by Randstad Education, you will be able to access great Maths and Physics teachers that are fully interviewed and motivated to work in the UK. There is no recruitment fee and your candidates benefit from a fully funded acclimatisation programme run by experts.
Randstad Education will screen applicants, whilst Hallam TSA will use a team of experienced staff to conduct rigorous interviews to identify high quality applicants.
Hallam Teaching School Alliance and Randstad have been commissioned by the DfE to recruit a pool of well qualified maths and physics teachers from America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. If you have identified difficulties in recruiting maths or physics teachers for September 2018 or January 2019, or if you want to broaden your pool of applicants for your vacancies at no extra cost, register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Randstad will screen applicants with a rigorous interview process to identify high quality applicants. Hallam TSA will then match an international applicant to your vacancy. You decide whether to interview the applicant as part of your normal interview process (usually via Skype).
What do you need to do?
1. Pay the cost of the VISA (usually up to £600).
2. Provide a mentor for the international applicant.
3. Commit to providing appropriate CPD for the international applicant during their employment.
Click here to download the video of the slides and audio of the STEM webinar.
The DfE are also recruiting Qualified Spanish Teachers through its Spanish Visiting Teacher programme for more in formation on that click here.
The Acclimatisation Conference
The acclimatisation conference for September 2018 starts will be held in the South of England in August 2018.
What you might expect at interview?
The interview process is your opportunity to shine!
If you want to talk further about the nature of school interviews, please contact email@example.com to schedule a phone call.
Information about English Exam Courses - Physics and Mathematics
If your new to England or haven't been for a while here are some links to tips and advice on how to get from A to B in your new home.
In England the distance between places is short relative to the countries you will be coming from.
If you are driving on English roads we suggest you study our rules which are gathered in The Highway Code. These do not cover the whole of the driving legislation but they are a good start.
Most places are accessible by our good public transport network. If you intend to travel by train it is easy to become confused by the number of pricing options. As a rule of thumb it is usually cheaper to buy your ticket in advance.