Why Step Teachers?

Experts in recruitment

Step Teachers is the home of honest, ethical, and dedicated recruitment for thousands of teachers, teaching assistants, nursery assistants, SEN specialists, cover supervisors, and tutors across southern England.

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Hear what the Geography teachers we’ve placed have to say

  • Luciana Garcia
    Luciana Garcia

    ​Finding a teaching job can be overwhelming, but Step Teachers made it a breeze. They provided me with access to a wide range of job opportunities, offered valuable advice, and supported me throughout the entire process. I am thrilled with my new drama position. Five stars for their exceptional service!

  • Lauren Burton
    Lauren Burton

    Step Teachers made my job search stress-free and rewarding. They listened to my preferences, understood my strengths, and presented me with tailored opportunities. Their dedication, promptness, and commitment to finding the right fit were outstanding. Five stars for their exceptional service!

  • Adrian Evergreen
    Adrian Evergreen

    ​I am thrilled with the outcome of my job search, all thanks to Step Teachers. They are incredibly knowledgeable, responsive, and invested in their candidates' success. They helped me secure a position that aligns perfectly with my career goals. Five stars for their outstanding support!

Frequently asked questions

  • To stand out as a job candidate for drama teaching positions, emphasize your strong theater background, instructional expertise, and passion for drama education. Highlight any relevant experience, such as directing student productions, leading theater workshops, or developing drama curriculum. Showcase your ability to nurture creativity, collaboration, and self-expression in students.

  • To be a successful drama teacher, you should have a strong background in theater and performance arts. Effective communication and instructional skills are important to guide students in acting techniques, stage presence, and script analysis.

  • You can consider volunteering or interning at schools or educational institutions to assist drama teachers or theater departments. Additionally, offering drama workshops, leading drama clubs, or organising theatre productions can provide hands-on experience working with students in a drama education setting.

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