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Adhoc Work - Hampshire

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Job description

Teaching Personnel are currently recruiting teaching assistant and support workers across Hampshire. We are exclusively partnered with the large majority of the schools in the area, of which come directly to Teaching Personnel for their daily and long term supply needs.

What are the perks of supply or ad-hoc?


Supply teachers are free from the time constraints of full time teachers. You will be able to choose between working full time in long term roles (half a term +), short term stints, a few days a week or the odd day here and there; this can be done on the basis of which suit yourself.


A lot of people enjoy supply teaching as it offers them a chance to work at a variety of schools and settings and experience a breadth of teaching opportunities with pupils of different ages, backgrounds learning needs, as well as meeting lots of new colleagues. This can be an opportunity to find out what you'd like to focus on in your career, or indeed to continue to grow and enjoy the variety that your career provides.


Supply work can be a great opportunity to live and work in different areas of the country, a factor that can help individuals decide where they'd like to settle, as it provides great insight into a place's community life, the facilities in a particular area etc.

Supply TA Teacher qualifications & skills: how to become a supply teacher?


A minimum education level to be permitted to working in a school is GCSE English and Maths (A-C). Any additional qualifications would be beneficial, including further education and related training, such as MAKATON and TEAM TEACH.

What are we looking for?

As a supply TA you will need…

  • Flexibility and reliability
  • A passion in pursuing a career in education and enjoyment in working with children
  • To be patient and attentive
  • To be a confident communicator
  • Professional attitude to your work
  • Excellent organisational skills

About the role?

In a typical ad-hoc role:

  • Work between 08.30 - 15.30
  • Paid £9.00 per hour (with room to increase dependent on experience and qualifications)
  • Working with children and young adults (6 - 18)

To be suitable to this working role you must be able to go through a vetting process with Teaching Personnel. This will include an enhanced CHILD WORKFORCE DBS and the collection of 2 graded references.

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