Working in Schools
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'We want every child in every part of the city to achieve their potential and have the belief, aspiration and support to be their best. The council, schools and other partners will work collaboratively to drive innovation and improvement in order to ensure that every child and young person should go to a good or outstanding school where they have access to the best teaching, benefit from a rich and broad curriculum and prosper in an environment that is safe and promotes their overall well-being.
A Birmingham education is distinctive and we want to build upon that tradition through schools that celebrate and make the most of the diversity and rich cultural heritage of the city as well as continuing to promote an ethos of civic pride and active citizenship with all of our children and young people'.
Birmingham is the largest metropolitan borough, providing a wealth of employment and other opportunities for head teachers, teachers and their families, offering some great lifestyle choices, such as affordable housing, theatres, museums, lively night life, restaurants, bars and lots of culture.
Birmingham is leading on exports, inward investment is strong and the number of people wishing to relocate to the city is increasing. It is fast becoming the preferred place to live and work. An average cost of a family home in Birmingham is £163,354, with flats fetching as little as £115,820. Find out more about Education in Birmingham or check out our relocation page if you are looking to move to the city.
Vacancies in Schools
Birmingham has a large and diverse variety of jobs in schools, and vacancies are advertised weekly. Our teaching and support staff bulletins are published each week during term time. You will find vacancies for every type of role in school, and across the whole city, providing fantastic opportunities for anyone taking their first step on the career ladder or looking for their next career move. So whether you are a Newly Qualified Teacher just starting out, or a senior leader looking to make a difference to the lives of children, Birmingham has something to offer everyone. Check out our pages for further information.
Teacher Talent Team
In partnership with Educate, Birmingham is launching the Teacher Talent Team; an innovative new concept in teacher recruitment. Check out our Talent Team page for more information and to be part of this exciting new initiative.
Download the Teacher Talent Team brochure (.pdf file) from the Educate website.
The Birmingham NQT Pool
As you can see, Birmingham has loads to offer and is a fantastic place to start your teaching career.
Details for applying to this year’s Birmingham Pool will be available on our NQT page from Friday 8th January 2016... make a note on your calendar!!