Are you finding it difficult to secure the perfect role as a teaching assistant? Stanway and the surrounding areas have a wide selection of vacancies in their schools. Our team at Strategy Education can support you in finding suitable opportunities and help you with your application.

We are specialists in education recruitment based in Essex, but we also have vacancies countrywide for support staff, experienced teachers, unqualified and early career teachers.

For schools looking for permanent, temporary or supply staff, we are ready with our exclusive database of experienced candidates prepared to join your workforce. We also have links with key ITT providers if you are keen on finding enthusiastic, newly qualified teachers.

If you are eager to learn more about the benefits of working with a respected education recruiter, call 0345 521 9987 or reach out on our online enquiry form.

How do we support teaching assistants – Stanway?

In addition to being able to put you in touch with some exciting job opportunities in your local area, we also offer dedicated support to teaching assistants to promote career success.

Career Opportunities – We can provide links to training to help you upskill to access more opportunities.

Skill Matching– We recognise your personal skills and aim to connect you with roles that utilise them best.

Improve Your CV – Is your CV up to scratch? We can advise how to emphasise your key skills and experience to help you stand out from the competition.

Interview Preparation – Are you worried about a lack of interview experience? Our preparation sessions are a great way to build your confidence and show you how to come across well.

How we benefit schools looking for a teaching assistant – Stanway

Is your school struggling with recruitment issues? Our professional consultants are keen to work with you to fill your vacancies swiftly by matching your opportunities with suitably skilled staff.

Our dedicated education recruiters can relieve the pressure and take care of every aspect of the recruitment process from start to finish. We can organise adverts, interviews, and applicant vetting.

Our experience within the education sector allows us to match candidates that will suit your school culture and bring the relevant skills and knowledge to your setting.

Strategy Education delivers:

  • Specialist education recruitment
  • Access to a network of applicants
  • Reasonable rates and fees

Why select Strategy Education?

Certification – Securing accreditation from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) is a testimony to our professional capabilities.

Speedy Response – We are available 24/7 to quickly fill your vacancies while maintaining the highest standards.

Access to Applicants – We are proud of our prospective teaching assistants and teachers database, which allows us to respond rapidly to your needs and fill posts with excellent candidates.

Track Record – We are proud to have built an excellent reputation within the education sector as being successful and reliable when it comes to recruiting for schools.

Community – Strategy Education is pleased to honour those who work in Essex schools by sponsoring events, including the 2017-2019 Education Awards held in Thurrock.

Compliance – We are a named supplier on The Crown Commercial Service’s Supply Teachers and Temporary Staff in Educational Establishments Framework.

Teaching Assistant Stanway Information

Stanway is a village near Colchester in Essex. Located by the site of an Iron Age Fort, it dates back to the Middle Ages, with one remaining church originating from the 11th Century.

Stanway is a popular place to live thanks to excellent transport links to London and a growing set of local amenities. With a flurry of new housebuilding, this North Essex village has become an increasingly desirable place to put down roots. Residents enjoy shops and leisure facilities and a welcoming community spirit.

Stanway is served directly by two primary schools and one secondary school with other options in the wider area. The Stanway School is known for former pupils Graham Coxon and Damon Albarn, who formed the band Blur.