Latest Teaching Assistant Roles

Opportunities for Teaching Assistants


Teaching Assistants play a major role in the classroom, not only are they a huge support to the teacher, they are responsible for building lasting relationships with their pupils to ensure they remain engaged and can reach their full potential. 


If you want to progress in your teaching career or you would like to take on a support role, working as a Teaching Assistants gives you lots of exposure to a classroom environment and will help you gain experience from staff who have worked in the field for many years. 


Whether you’re looking to provide one-to-one support or work with a small group of pupils, we have long and short term roles available to suit your skill set.

Why Join CER Education?

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Our online interview tips

Communicating online has become the new norm. If you are searching for a new job, you might be required to participate in an online interview.

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How to write the perfect CV

If you are looking for a change in career, or have recently finished your training/education, it really helps to have an up-to-date CV that sells your relevant skills, experience and abilities. But just what is it that makes a great CV?

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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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CER x Northern Education Trust- working on supply

One of the main reasons people work on supply is for the flexibility it brings. You have the control to decide when you want to work – whether that’s full-time or part-time.

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What Our Candidates Say…

“I’ve been with CER for nearly a year whilst working with them. I have had work every day apart from the school holidays. The team is really supportive of all your needs, and I have recommended them to several of my friends in the industry.”








– Teaching Assistant, CER Newcastle

“I worked for CER for about 5 months as a Cover Assistant and a Teaching Assistant in both primary and secondary schools across Leeds, Wakefield and Ossett. CER were very professional and dealt with great care and attention to support me through the process of re entering the job market after a few years out. I have now been offered a permanent position at one of the schools I was placed at through CER. Fantastic recruitment team and I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to show what I could do. Thanks for everything.”


– Teaching Assistant, CER Leeds

“This is one of the best agencies I have worked for. The consultants are really helpful. They try their best to help you and ensure that when you start work it fits around your routine. Very quick with the interview process also starting work literally straight after.”








– Teaching Assistant, CER Leeds

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