Latest News from Vision For Education
Vision for Education, the UK’s most trusted education recruitment agency, has opened a new branch in Carlisle to be able to service schools in the Cumbrian Local Authority.
Vision for Education, the UK’s most trusted education recruitment agency is delighted to announce its new preferred and endorsed supplier status for the Newcastle and Durham Church of England Diocese.
Vision for Education is recruiting for exceptional SEN recruitment consultants in both our Sheffield and Nottingham branches.
The Vision for Education sponsored Clegg Shield competition reached its climax last night with the Yr 11 final taking place between Westfield School and Sheffield Springs Academy, down at the Sheffield United football ground.
Vision for Education, the UK’s most trusted education recruitment agency, and Shine Teaching School Alliance, have formed a new partnership to support the development of teachers at all stages of their career.
Due to ambitious expansion plans, Vision for Education is recruiting for exceptional recruitment consultants and high achieving branch managers for new offices located in the Liverpool, Hull, Leeds and Preston areas.
We’re looking for someone who has a genuine interest in teaching and delivering the best possible service for both our schools and teachers. Applicants must have a confident and friendly personality alongside the ability to forge strong relationships, be able to multitask, and hold exceptional organisation skills.
Vision for Education is proud to continue its support of Durham WFC for the third year after opening up great opportunities for our schools to work with the club.
Vision for Education is delighted to be sponsoring the Ascent SEN Conference
‘Creating a positive future through learner achievement and individual emotional resilience’
Friday 29 April 2016
Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham
A Conference for Headteachers, Teachers, SENCOs and Governors
Monday 7th November 2016
Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield, Durham TS21 2EH
Proudly supported by Vision for Education
Due to rapid expansion we are looking to recruit an Education Recruitment Consultant to join our Peterborough branch. The role will have an equal emphasis on sales and business development as well as providing the highest possible levels of service to both our Teachers and Schools.
Vision for Education, the UK’s most trusted teacher recruitment agency, is pleased to announce that due to its continued growth, they have almost doubled their Huddersfield based team.
St Thomas More Catholic High School is a friendly, hardworking successful school in the spa town of Buxton with over 400 pupils on roll. Vision for Education and St Thomas More have been in partnership for 5 years, with Vision being their first point of call.
They asked us if we could help with their annual awards evening, we happily obliged and gave them £250 towards their awards for their Year 11 pupils who left in July 2015.
If you are looking to get to grips with primary curriculum changes and
increase your impact in the classroom, TES Courses are here for you.
Please look for more information in attached brochure.
TES SEN Show
9-10th October 2015
Business Design Centre, London
"Inspiring Speacial Educational Needs Professionals for 25 Years"
Vision for Education are delighted to announce that we have agreed to work in an exclusive partnership with Shotton Hall SCITT.
Vision for Education is pleased to be working in partnership with Milton Keynes College.
Vision for Education is delighted to have signed a two year agreement to become a formal employer partner of the North Tyneside Learning Trust.
Manchester pupils thrilled to receive new football kit!
THERE is a new sport in town and it has the young people of Bolton hooked.
Smithills School has its own fishing team and it is already making a splash in the world of angling — beating the well established Ramsbottom Anglers.
'Vision for Education are delighted to announce we will now be holding regular, local Team-Teach training for our employees.'
Special Educational Needs schools and Pupil Referral Units from Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, North Yorkshire, Stockton and Redcar and Cleveland recently competed in the second Annual football tournament organised by Middlesbrough Supply Teaching Agency Vision for Education. The event took place at The Southlands Centre in Middlesbrough.
On a wet and dreary Wednesday 21st November, Gareth Gaston from Vision for Education, a North East supply agency, hosted the first annual Vision for Education Sunderland Secondary 5 a side tournament at Goals Sunderland.
Vision For Education are bringing the jobs to you!!
Vision For Education are bringing the jobs to you!!
We are holding our successful open days on
Friday 25th April 2014, 10am - 3pm
Lincolnshire winner, Anna from Ellison Boulters Cof E Primary School
Around 50 students at Ian Ramsey School, Stockton, took part in the Vision for Education Poetry competition.
Pupils at Rye Hills, Redcar, are congratulated for a full year’s attendance.
Vision For Education Sponsor Rochdale Schools Crickets Finals
Tina Cater, local Manager of Vision for Education recently met students looking for their first teaching appointment at the Bedford campus of the University of Bedfordshire.
Living Eggs come to life for North East Children
Vision For Education were delighted to be able to provide the children from Linhope PRU in Newcastle with Living Eggs .......Ready Hatch!
Year 9 pupils Liam Waterson, Callum Head and Rob Slade were thrilled to recieve brand new strips for their football team.
Yousaf Mohammed - Plate winner from Chapel Street Primary School
The Duchess High School in Alnwick, Northumberland find help from Vision for Education, when searching for local companies to support their trip to Africa.
The Lincolnshire branch of Vision For Education hold fantastic Family Fun Day!
Awash with paper plates! Some wining designs supplied by Benton Dene School, Longbenton, Tyne & Wear
Students at Redcar Community College are the proud owners of brand new football Kits.
The Mayor of Bolton in attendance of the grand opening of Forest Schand a cheque presentation donated by Vision For Education.
Staff and students from East Middlesbrough Primary Cluster were bowled over at a recent competition organized and sponsored by Vision for Education.
Vision For Education sponsor London Moon Walk 2012
Student wins Academy a day with award winning poet.
Student's at Redcar Community College are the proud owners of brand new football Kits.
Talented singers, musicians and dancers ot the The Vale Of Ancholme Technology And Music College in Brigg took the title at North and North East Lincolnshire's first Glee Tournament.
Vision for Education recently sponsored South Wolds Community School giving them a cheque for £450.
Grangefield School Prom Fashion Show
Vision For Education were delighted to Support Grangefield School pre-prom fundraising fashion show.
The fashion show took place at Grangefield School.
Hair,nails,beauty, henna, jewellery flowers and accessories.
NQT's 2014 REGISTER NOW To Teach Throughout the North of England!!
Vision for Education are delighted to support intrepid teenagers at a city school who are set to swap their comfortable classrooms for run-down buildings without electricity as they prepare to embark on a trip to Borneo. Julie Shaw and Tina Carter from Vision’s Peterborough branch presented their cheque to teacher, Damon Lewis.
Vision For Education is proud to sponsor a local school's new football kit and the teams, (staff & student) at Wentworth High School in Eccles are proud to wear their new kit.
Four Teams Soprt their New Kit at Bolton School
New Football Kit for Sheffield School
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew, together with players Cheick Tiote and Papiss Cisse, were at the Walker Activity Dome this afternoon to present a cheque to councillors Veronica Dunn and Gerald Bell on behalf of the Premier League to enable further improvements to be made to the Dome.
Lever Park Shool in Bolton is presented with new football strip by Olivia Flinter of Vision for Education
Horwich Primary School
Vision for Education, through the School’s North East network, held a careers forum for schools in the north east. The aim of the forum was to set out the potential benefits of careers education and guidance, clarify the statutory requirements, expectations of government and accountability measures and provide an opportunity for schools to discuss the issues which they are facing.
Staff and pupils at Rye Hills School were delighted at a recent assembly celebrating fantastic attendance results.