Supply Teaching Jobs and Information

Wherever you are in your teaching career, we are Class Act Teaching Services is at hand to support you every step of the way in your role as a supply teacher or teaching assistant. That is the Class Act way.

Register as a Class Act primary teacher or teaching assistant

To register as a teacher with Class Act and carry out teaching jobs for us you will need to hold a relevant and recognised teaching qualification. All UK qualified teachers must hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), or equivalent, and be registered with the Department for Education (DfE) Teaching Regulation Agency.

To register as a teaching assistant with Class Act and carry out teaching jobs for us you will need to have recent and relevant experience working in a primary school classroom.

Class Act Teaching Service practises Safer Recruitment

Face-to-face interview

We interview all our supply teachers and supply teaching assistants (TAs) face to face as this is an essential part of our Safer Recruitment Policy. At interview, you will be required to bring the following original documents:

  • QTS and other higher education certificates
  • Two forms of ID
  • Proof of address
  • Two teaching referees
  • A recent Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
  • Evidence of recent safeguarding training

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DBS check

Where a DBS check is not available (or is not registered with the DBS Update Service), we can arrange for completion at interview. Similarly, if you are unable to produce evidence of recent safeguarding training, we can provide this training at interview.

Supplying teaching jobs

We can offer you supply teaching work to suit your requirements – whether it is on a full-time or part-time basis. Due to the nature of supply teaching, we cannot guarantee work. But, the more flexible you are – with the areas in which you are prepared to work; the amount of days you are available; and the age ranges you are confident teaching – the more supply teaching jobs we are likely to find for you.

Regular contact

We make sure we speak to all our supply teachers and supply TAs on a weekly basis to ascertain any feedback from the week’s work and check availability for the following week. When suitable teaching jobs come in, we can contact you knowing your preferences and availability.







Teaching resources

We want all our supply teachers and teaching assistants to feel part of the Class Act family, equipped to join any classroom at any time. When you register with us, we will provide resources that identify you as a Class Act Teacher. This is a great way to meet other Class Act teachers at your school and ready you for your Oxfordshire supply teaching role. You will receive a Class Act Teaching Services:

  • Teacher bag
  • ID badge
  • Teacher resource pack
  • Classroom tool kit and resources

Teaching jobs resources from Class Act Teaching Services

Supply teacher information sheets

These downloads will help us to keep everything organised so we can continue to provide a Class Act service. Please familiarise yourself with them and let us know if you have any questions.

Download Handover Notes

Download our supply teacher handover notes. Remember, handover notes should be left at the end of each supply teaching job assignment.


Download a Timesheet

Download a blank Class Act Teaching Services timesheet. Remember, you will need to complete an individual timesheet for each school booking.

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