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It is our experience that this is best achieved by embedding esafety across the curriculum or the work of the organisation, through a framework of effective policies and routes for reporting concerns such as cyberbullying. As well as supporting young people to stay safe online, staff also need to protect their own online reputation, particularly when using social networking sites.
“Impact was super helpful in getting me ready to come over to the UK. There is a large amount of work and the rate of pay is highly competitive. Their service is absolutely outstanding. They were thorough in preparing me to come work here and also kept in touch after I started working to make sure everything was going smoothly. I would recommend Impact to anyone, especially newly qualified teachers.”Sin-Hee Kim, Science Teacher
10 Years of ImpactWhat makes a teaching agency unique? 10 years worth of close relations with teachers and schools alike, 10 years of impacting global education, 10 years of outstanding feedback from our teachers and schools, 10 years of Impact.APPLY NOWOur HistoryHow we make a difference Find out what makes Impact Teachers unique, how teachers can improve their professional career and why schools trust Impact to find the best teachers from around the world.APPLY NOWOur History Teaching in the UKAt Impact, we believe that teachers have the ability to change and improve the world. Impact was founded on that very purpose. Since 2005, we’ve been able to recruit exceptional teachers, assist the UK education system through international placements and further our commitment to improving education on a global scale.As the UK’s most trusted teaching agency, we’ve helped thousands of teachers embark on this amazing journey, who have all played a huge role on impacting education locally, and globally. Now it’s your time to do it, teach in the UK.DevelopOutstanding schools to offer outstanding education.CreatePassionate Teachers to better your school and make a difference.InspireStudents to engage and achieve better results.Happy Teachers Make Happy Schools“Finding a job overseas can be overwhelming and frightening, mainly because there are so many options to choose from and it can be difficult to navigate between what is true and false. Impact Teachers made that process much less daunting. The past year has been the best experience of my life! From the positive interactions with students to the extensive support you receive from Impact as soon as you land, it is an experience I will never forget. More importantly, teaching abroad in London with Impact Teachers allowed me the opportunity for personal growth and development, something I can always take with me in my teaching career!”Julia, PE and Science Teacher“Impact were helpful and supportive throughout my 2 years in the UK. With the assistance of the friendly and personable staff, I was able to find the full time job I wanted in London.”Jen, English Teacher“I’ve found my time with Impact very pleasurable and can honestly say that my consultants have been attentive to not only my Acting commitments outside of Impact but also my desired working environments and ensure that my needs are not disregarded within placements.”James, Teaching Assistant“Impact teachers have been fantastic! Supply teaching and teaching assisting is the ideal flexible job; it’s also fun and rewarding!”Kirsten, Teaching Assistant“The Impact Team has been just incredible, the provide a very professional and prompt service. Everyone who I have met and worked with was so full of positive energy, and they were personable, welcoming, and efficient with their roles.”Jacob, SEN Teacher“Impact was super helpful in getting me ready to come over to the UK. There is a large amount of work and the rate of pay is highly competitive. Their service is absolutely outstanding. They were thorough in preparing me to come work here and also kept in touch after I started working to make sure everything was going smoothly. I would recommend Impact to anyone, especially newly qualified teachers.”Sin-Hee Kim, Science Teacher“My Impact experience was brilliant! I secured a science post at an Outstanding school in Surrey. The principal told me that they often choose Impact Teachers because their staff are good. Impact contacted me often to make sure that everything was running smoothly.”Andrew, Maths Teacher 0Available Positions 1Schools 0PlacementsCertifications & AwardsOver the last ten years, we have earned several awards and certifications testifying our efforts in the recruitment and education industry alike.
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Tips for effective communicationGood communication can go a long way to resolving many conflicts and causes of stress and anxiety. Our CEO, Julian Stanley, offers his advice. Read more Knowing when to say noMany people are uncomfortable saying no because they do not want to disappoint others, have had negative experiences saying no in the past or don’t want to be viewed as uncooperative. Read more Grappling with work-life balanceLearn how to find that ever-elusive sweet spot of a work-life balance. Read more Handling stress guideIn our latest Health Survey, 77% of education staff said they had suffered from stress. In response we have put together these practical techniques to help you handle stress. Read more Relationships at workOur comprehensive guide will help you build positive relationships at work, identify different types of relationships and suggest ways of managing challenging conversations. Read more
Educators, social workers and other professionals working with children and young people play a key role in supporting children to learn about how to stay safe online. It is our experience that this is best achieved by embedding esafety across the curriculum or the work of the organisation, through a framework of effective policies and routes for reporting concerns such as cyberbullying. As well as supporting young people to stay safe online, staff also need to protect their own online reputation, particularly when using social networking sites. Teaching Resources Lesson plans, films, games, quizzes, drama activities and more! Curriculum planning Developing a progressive internet safety curriculum in your school. E-safety sessions The UK Safer Internet Centre offers a range of sessions for staff, pupils and parents. Professional reputation Advice about protecting your reputation while using social media and technology both personally and professionally. E-safety policy Tools and guidance to help you develop and evaluate your e-safety policies. Appropriate Filtering and Monitoring Guide for education settings and filtering providers about establishing ‘appropriate levels’ of filtering and monitoring. Latest blogs BFFC Chief Executive announced as Film Competition judge We are delighted to announce the first of our judges for the 2017 Childnet Film Competition, David Austin, Chief Executive of the BBFC. 06 April 2017 Young people continue to shape the PSHE Toolkit We are excited to announce that we are now in the initial phase of extending the Crossing the Line PSHE Toolkit! 23 March 2017 Growing up with the internet: New report from the Select Committee on Communications The House of Lords Select Committee on Communications published its Growing up on the internet report, which gives its recommendations for how to equip young people for online life. 22 March 2017 Looking at girl’s digital lives this International Women’s Day Wednesday 3rd March 2017 marks International Women’s Day. International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. 08 March 2017 Launch of Childnet Film Competition 2017! Childnet have launched the eighth Childnet Film Competition to encourage young people to educate their peers about staying safe online. 03 March 2017 Cyberbullying resources for parents and teacher We have numerous resources, for both parents and for teachers and professionals, to help you if you think a young person is being bullied online. 24 February 2017 Helpline The Professionals Online Safety Helpline is a unique service for all professionals working with children and young people in the UK with any online safety issues they may face themselves, or with children in their care. Go to the Helpline section Hotline The Internet Watch Foundation is an anonymous and safe place to report online child sexual abuse imagery and videos, wherever they are found in the world. Go to the Hotline section
Your training fund helped me get back into teaching After a break from teaching to look after her children, Jody wanted to return to the classroom. Our Training and Development fund helped to give her the confidence boost she needed. Read More How to discuss the news with your students Last week in London, we had a heavy reminder that the world has become an increasingly uncertain place. Here are some practical techniques for discussing current events with your students. Read More Taking time out might actually save you time.. Staff wellbeing expert, Sue Hugo, explains why and how taking time out can help you to concentrate on and balance your workload better than ever. Read More
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BlogWhat’s worse than being a teacher in this system? Being a child at the mercy of it“Seeing those lightbulb moments, helping children to achieve.” This is what our members say teaching should be: but workload pressures and government’s heavy hand in curriculum, assessment and accountability means that the reality is often very different. read more
Apply for a teacher training programme, and track the progress of your application. Sign in to your application and access the tracking service here. Relevant to Teacher Training Making an application UCAS Teacher Training – Making an application Making an application to UCAS Teacher Training Watch this video for advice on how to make your UCAS Teacher Training application. View more videos Before filling in your application, use our search tool to find training programmes. When you find a programme you’re interested in, contact the training provider to check they have spaces on that programme. 1. Fill in an application Apply for training programmes starting in 2017 Scottish training programmes are available through our UCAS Undergraduate scheme. 2. Track your progress After you’ve sent your application, we’ll email you to let you know what happens next. Sign in to continue or track your application Once you have decisions from all of your choices, you have ten working days to reply.