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 English teachers we’ve placed have to say

  • Laura Homes
    Laura Homes

    ​As a new graduate with a degree in English, I was nervous about finding a job that would utilize my skills and allow me to make a difference in students' lives. Luckily, I came across this Step Teachers recruitment ad for an English teacher, and I can confidently say it was the best decision I could have made. The team is incredibly supportive, providing mentorship and guidance to help me grow as a teacher. The students are eager to learn, and the lessons are engaging and challenging. I feel like I've found my calling and can't wait to continue growing with Step Teachers.

  • Jane Cordell
    Jane Cordell

    ​I recently applied for an English teacher position at Step Teachers and was blown away by the level of professionalism and care throughout the recruitment process. The interview panel was welcoming and knowledgeable, and I felt they genuinely wanted to get to know me as a candidate. After being offered the job, the support has continued, with ongoing training opportunities and regular feedback on my teaching performance. I feel lucky to have found such a supportive and engaging workplace.

  • Steve Smith
    Steve Smith

    I couldn't be happier with my decision to join this organization as an English teacher. The recruitment process was seamless, and the staff were incredibly supportive every step of the way. Since starting my position, I've had the opportunity to work with students of all ages and backgrounds, and have found the work to be both challenging and rewarding. I highly recommend this organization to any English teacher looking to take the next step in their career."

Frequently asked questions

  • ​As an English teacher, I recognise that students have varying levels of language proficiency. To address this, I use a differentiated instruction approach, which involves modifying my teaching style and curriculum to meet the individual needs of each student. This may include providing additional support to students who need it, using visual aids to help with comprehension, and offering extra challenges for advanced students. I also provide regular feedback and assessments to help students track their progress and identify areas for improvement.

  • "​As an English teacher, I use a variety of teaching methods to engage students and help them learn effectively. This may include lectures, discussions, group work, multimedia presentations, and other interactive activities. I also incorporate technology and online resources to supplement classroom learning."

  • ​Typically, to become an English teacher, you need at least a bachelor's degree in English, education or a related field, along with a teaching certificate or license. However, the specific requirements can vary by state or country, so it's important to check the requirements for the location where you want to teach.

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