County Teachers has some very exciting news to announce! As of January 2015, we will have two new consultants starting with us!
The shortage of skilled, qualified teachers has brought a surge in the number of teaching jobs available throughout the UK. This is because currently in the UK, we are facing a teacher shortage. It was hoped that this year, there would be 34,890 teachers in training but there are actually only 29,920 and this is the third year running that the target has been missed. This acute shortage prompted us, here at County Teachers to expand our team of consultants.
We are very pleased to announce that one of our previous teachers, Mr James Davies has decided that he wants to take a new direction in his career and has decided to join our team. He will be working with Primary and Secondary Schools across Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and Essex! We are very much looking forward to having a teachers’ insight in the office and we are sure we will all be able to learn some interesting things from him.
We also are branching out and will soon be working with schools in Liverpool. Andy Peters will be working with us for 2 days a week in our Stevenage Branch and 3 days a week in Liverpool . We hope that County Teachers will be able to build some great new relationships further afield.
We are very much looking forward to having some new faces in the office and we can’t wait for a successful 2015!