Supply teaching jobs in Kendal

We have several supply teaching jobs in Kendal.

Kendal is a historic market town, situated 8 miles South-East of Windermere and 19 miles North of Lancaster.

As the gateway to the Lakes, it is a busy centre for tourism – and what trip to the famous national park would be complete without its famed Kendal mint cake?

Our Lancaster branch is always kept busy with work in and around Kendal.

To find out more about supply teaching jobs in Kendal, or book cover for your school, call us on 01524 597170.

Working with Key Stage

Keep in touch: Communication is our most important tool. You need to know what’s going on and when, and so do we. The quicker you give us your availability, the quicker we can sort out your next assignment.

Dress the part: First impressions are important, so no jeans, leggings or shorts, and male teachers should wear a shirt and tie. And, of course, no mobiles in the classroom.

Getting there: Arrive by 8.30am unless otherwise notified. This gives you chance to find out about school routines and relevant policies and procedures.

Who are you? Always carry your Key Stage ID card for security purposes and please take a current Enhanced DBS Certificate, along with proof of identification (ie driving licence or passport) to show on your first day.

Time is money: Submit a timesheet (either online or paper) for each day.  Get it signed & approved by the school and delivered to us before 10am the following Monday.  Failure to submit on time may delay your payment.

Safety first: Remember that you’re responsible for the health and safety of the pupils — and yourself. Don’t do anything you’re not capable of or trained to do and ask for instructions if using unfamiliar equipment.

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