Latest Teacher Roles…

Opportunities For Teachers


From short to long term positions, we can guarantee that we have a role to suit every lifestyle, with flexible working hours and great rates of pay. 


We have contracts with some of the largest MATs across England. The only way to work on supply at the Trust is through registering with us.

Why Join CER Education?

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Interview Tips for Teachers

This is the time to show your potential employer that you’re perfect for the role and can conduct yourself in a confident and professional manner.

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Managing stress as a Teacher

The Samaritans ‘Talk to us’ campaign, highlights the importance of good mental health and encourages people to speak out who are struggling.

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Keeping motivated as a Teacher

It can sometimes be hard for teachers to stay motivated.

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Winding down for the summer

With the end of the school year in sight, it is natural for teachers and pupils to begin winding down for the summer holidays.

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Career paths and opportunities in Education

Working in the Education sector is a challenging but fulfilling vocation that offers a wide variety of career progression opportunities.

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Training Opportunities with CER

Check out some of our exclusive training opportunities for Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Cover Supervisors.

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Dealing with mental health in a school setting

Being a teacher is not always about educating young people. As a teacher, you will have a unique relationship with your class and can sometimes be the one person that a student turns to for emotional support if they are struggling.

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Benefits of working on supply

As part of our recruitment campaign ‘Unlocking your potential’, we have been speaking to our candidates about the benefits of working as a supply teacher with CER. 

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Managing ADHD in a school setting

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is an often misrepresented and sometimes misunderstood disorder that affects between 2% to 5% of school-aged children in the UK.

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Adapting your classroom for SEMH Pupils

As a teacher, being responsible for a class of 30 children is a challenging and demanding role. This can become much more of a challenge if you are working with children with SEMH issues and ADHD.

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What Our Candidates Say…

“I have been very pleased with CER from the start. The schools I have been placed with have suited my skills and experience and I have always had my needs and concerns attended to by the staff dealing with my placements.”






– Maths Teacher, CER Liverpool

“In the short period of time I have worked with CER, I have found all their staff very attentive and active in securing employment for me. I have found their staff incredibly friendly especially as I am new to the concept of agency employment. The workplace culture is not a situation CER can control but on the whole I have some very positive working environment. Thanks, your time and efforts are very much appreciated.”



– Supply Teacher, CER Leeds

“Doing supply with the agency really helped me explore different schools to the point that I am now employed by a school where I have done placements at. Getting paid weekly was amazing. The Darlington branch has been really good at making sure they don’t send me too far for when I need to be back.”





– Supply Teacher, CER Darlington

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