Latest teaching jobs


Are you looking to start your career in education or are you interested in taking on a new challenge? We have a range of teaching positions in reputable schools across the UK. Whether you’re seeking full-time, part-time, or temporary positions, we have opportunities tailored to suit your needs. Explore our latest teaching vacancies below or drop us your CV and we’ll be in touch to discuss your requirements.


EAL Tutor

Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire

£20 - £40 per hour

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Functional Skills Teacher

Worcester, Worcestershire

£140 - £200 per day + negotiable

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Supply Teacher SEND

Wolverhampton, West Midlands

£150 - £200 per day + negotiable

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Primary Supply Teacher

Salford, Greater Manchester

£130 - £180 per day

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Mathematics Teacher

Oxford, Oxfordshire

£30000 - £41333 per annum

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KS2 Teacher


£140 - £200 per day + Paid to Scale

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SEND Teacher

Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

£150 - £220 per day + or paid to scale

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Key Stage 2 Teacher

Smethwick, West Midlands

£130 - £200 per day

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SEND Teacher

Wheatley, Oxfordshire

£130 - £211 per day

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Year 4 Class Teacher

Solihull, West Midlands

£130 - £175 per day

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Opportunities for



From short-term to long-term positions, our array of teaching positions are designed to accommodate diverse lifestyles and schedules. Enjoy flexible working hours and competitive pay rates.


We have established partnerships with some of England’s largest Multi-Academy Trusts. The only way to work at the Trust is through registering with Monarch Education.


We recruit for various teaching roles, including:




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FAQs: supply teaching


Welcome to our FAQ section tailored specifically for teachers interested in supply teaching roles. Supply teaching offers a dynamic and flexible career path for educators looking to make a meaningful impact in various classroom settings.


Whether you’re curious about the day-to-day duties of a supply teacher, seeking guidance on transitioning into supply teaching from a permanent position, or wondering about the requirements needed to pursue this career path, we aim to provide answers to help kickstart your journey as a supply teacher.


Explore our FAQ page to gain insights into the world of supply teaching!


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Career advice for teachers


We’re dedicated to helping teachers excel in their career. Here, you’ll find insightful articles and practical tips covering a wide range of topics relevant to your role in the classroom and beyond. For more career resources, visit our career advice page.


How Teachers Can Support SEN Students


Teachers play a crucial role in creating a supportive and inclusive learning environment where every student can thrive. Here are some ideas and teaching strategies teachers can integrate in the classroom to support SEN students.


Classroom Conflict Resolution Tips for Teachers


Conflicts can happen in even the most positive and open classrooms and can disrupt your student’s ability to learn. In this article, we explore some practical tips for teachers on how to deal with conflicts in the classroom effectively.


How to Become a Primary School Teacher in 7 Steps


If you’re passionate about teaching and dedicated to nurturing the next generation, this article will guide you through the steps to achieve your qualified teacher status (QTS) and start your career as a primary school teacher.


Classroom Management Strategies for Teachers


Effective classroom management is essential for creating a positive and productive learning environment where students feel safe, engaged, and motivated to learn. Read more about strategies that teachers can use in class.

Why join Monarch Education?


As part of our commitment to supporting our candidates in their roles and beyond, we offer our candidates access to Affinity Extra, our exclusive online discounts and cashback platform. Monarch candidates gain access to hundreds of discounts on a wide range of offerings, including high street stores, activities and attractions, cinema tickets, restaurants, and much more.


Whether you’re looking to save on everyday purchases, plan a fun day out, or enjoy a delicious meal with family and friends, Affinity Extra has something for everyone. As well as discounts and cashback offers candidates also have access to wellbeing resources and free eye tests. Want to learn more about our discount and cashback offers? Click here.


Candidates can log into their Affinity Extra account below:


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Affinity Academy


Affinity Academy is our dedicated hub for learning and development. Designed with our candidates in mind, Affinity Academy serves as a source of inspiration and support to help you thrive in your role and beyond.


Our training portfolio has been carefully crafted to cater to your diverse needs. By registering with Monarch, you will gain access to a wealth of comprehensive training modules, including Teaching Assistant Toolkits, Safeguarding Refresher Training, SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) guidance, Primary National Curriculum insights, and Behaviour Toolkits.


Whether you’re looking to enhance your skills, stay updated on best practices, or broaden your knowledge, Affinity Academy offers the resources you need to succeed.


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Monarch Education x Skills Network Partnership


Monarch Education is proud to announce our partnership with The Skills Network, a leading provider of online learning solutions. Through this collaboration, we offer access to over 45 level 2 online courses designed to help you upskill, reskill, and personally develop.


Our fully funded courses pave the way for seamless skill improvement and personal development. With financial concerns out of the equation, you can concentrate on enhancing your expertise and expanding your horizons.


Visit the Monarch Education x Skills Network page

Explore our latest blogs


How Teachers Can Encourage Student Participation

Encouraging student participation can be tricky, especially with diverse classroom dynamics and individual needs. Read our blog for tips.

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Incorporating Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom 

In today’s rapidly changing world, the importance of social and emotional learning (SEL) in education has never been more important.

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Children’s Mental Health Week: A Call to Listen to Young Voices 

During this Children’s Mental Health Week, 5th to 11th February 2024, the collective voice of children everywhere echoes a simple plea: listen to us.

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Children's Mental Health

10 Ways Educators Can Support Children’s Mental Health

World Mental Health Day, observed on October 10th, is a crucial reminder of the importance of mental well-being in our lives. This year let’s shine a spotlight on the role educators play in supporting children’s mental health in schools.

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Top 3 Tech Tools for Primary School Teachers

In today’s fast-paced world, technology is playing an increasingly vital role in shaping the way we educate our children.

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Interview Tips for Teachers

Your interview is the time to show your potential employer that you’re perfect for the role and can conduct yourself in a professional manner.

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Managing Stress as a Teacher

This month, the Samaritans launch their annual ‘Talk to us’ campaign. This is to highlight the importance of good mental health and encourages people to speak out who are struggling.

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Keeping Motivated as a Teacher

With the end of the academic year in sight, we have some tips to keep you motivated and your pupils focused before your well-earned rest.

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Career Paths and Opportunities in Education

Working in the Education sector is a challenging but fulfilling vocation that offers a wide variety of career progression opportunities.

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Tips for Settling Into a New School

Starting a role in a new school is daunting, but you’ve put in the hard work and now have the opportunity to showcase your skills.

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What our teachers say


“Working with Monarch has allowed me the opportunity to expand my teaching practice and continually develop both my professional and teaching identity. My role as a Supply Teacher has allowed me to work in various schools in my location, providing me with a variety of experiences and diversity in the classroom.”


– Supply Teacher, Monarch Bristol

“I’ve worked as a supply teacher for Monarch Education for 10 years and been happy with their support. In the event of any problems, the consultants have been very supportive.”





– Cover Supervisor, Monarch Manchester

“The recruitment consultants are helpful and friendly. They go out of their way to find work for you and stay in touch regularly. The most enjoyable part of the job is the diversity and flexibility.”





– Primary Teacher, Monarch Birmingham 

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