Working with Aspire People

Aspire People’s success stems from the service that we offer to our clients. We have a genuine belief that our exceptional service allows us to maintain strong longstanding relationships.

Without our fantastic relationships with our clients we wouldn’t be where we are today. We want to be the best supply teaching and education recruitment agency out there.

We have put in writing what you should expect from Aspire People as a client. This is an expectation of the service you will receive coupled with feedback routes so clients are listened to and standards can be constantly improved.

What is Aspire People’s Promise?

Anyone who works for Aspire People should receive the following service levels:

  • Established consultants that have been at Aspire People for many years
  • Dedicated consultant service available 24/7
  • Regular feedback on assignments
  • Ofsted approved safeguarding document sent to schools with photo ID
  • In-house safeguarding, Compliance, Accounts, Payroll and HR for ease when dealing with queries and needing advice
  • £100 bonus for all qualified teachers once you work 10 days.

Working With Us

Aspire People is the most reputable and credible supply teaching and education recruitment agency in Central England. We have built this reputation by looking after the people we work with.

When you join Aspire People you will be working for a busy recruitment agency that really cares about customer service and the training and development of the teaching, office and technical support staff working for us.

Our objective is to make our staff more employable than those working for other recruitment agencies.

But don’t just take our word for it!
You can read about some of our recommendations from candidates this year or read some case studies about how people have got in to teaching or found permanent work.

Why you should become part of our team?

At Aspire People every education professional becomes an important member of the Aspire People team. Not only will you get your own education consultant but you will be made to feel welcome on day one.

Your consultant will then create a career plan unique to your ambitions, whether you want to take your next promotional step or retire.

There are induction opportunities for NQTs and some of our schools take on cover supervisors for teacher training placements. For office and business professionals looking to break in to education there are training opportunities on the school IT systems such as SIMS, CMIS and SERCO.

Code of Conduct

Put the safety of children first

  1. Take responsible steps to ensure all pupils under your supervision are safe.
  2. Follow the school’s child protection policies and procedures.
  3. Ensure that relationships with pupils remain professional.
  4. Always ask for support or help if you think your own actions could put pupils at risk
  5. Ensure that you take appropriate action if you observe another member of staff having a negative impact on pupils.

Take Responsibility for maintaining the quality of your profession

Teaching, office, technical and support staff should:

  1. Meet professional standards that are relevant to your career level and role.
  2. Learn from any feedback that colleagues provide.
  3. Actively seek out opportunities to develop your knowledge and skills.

Teachers should:

  1. Ensure teaching practices follow the curriculum.
  2. Actively research your subject specialism and stay up to date with education resources and initiatives.
  3. Set appropriate learning objectives, use a range of teaching methods to meet individual and group needs.
  4. Have high expectations of pupils, inject confidence and set activities that challenge and support their skills.

Respect diversity and promote equality

  1. Act appropriately to all pupils, parent and colleagues no matter their socio-economic background, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race and religion.
  2. Understand school equal opportunity policies and report unlawful discrimination and bullying.

Maintain Professional Relationships

  1. Develop supportive relationships with school colleagues.
  2. Responsibly uphold school policies.
  3. Participate in whole school activities.
  4. Take responsibility for upholding the reputation of your school and Aspire People out of working hours.
  5. Take care of school property.

Maintain Professional Standards

  1. Under no circumstances should you use a mobile phone during work hours, it must be turned off.
  2. You must not communicate with any pupil outside of school, this includes on Facebook, Twitter or any other social networking website.
  3. Present yourself in a fit state to carry out your duties.
  4. Abide by the smoking policy of the school.
  5. Always be conscientious with your timekeeping, arrive within good time to park and find reception.
  6. Remain friendly during the day, it could be the difference between you getting requested back for more work.