Meet Our Team

Our staff are dedicated to our core values from our owners through to our new trainees. Scroll right using you mouse or finger to find more about each member of our team.

Enjoy Teaching with Vision

Why Vision Teaching?

We are consistently rated one of the Top 10 education recruitment agencies in the UK, with 9.1/10 on Rate My Teaching Agency, 4.8/5 on Facebook and 4.6/5 on Google

We are extremely proud to be such a highly rated agency, but what we are most proud about is that the ratings we have are from over 12 years of reviews from schools and teachers that were once in the same position as you.

We believe in doing things the right way - building relationships based on understanding and respect. This is represented by Vision being in the Top 10 education recruitment agencies in the UK, with 9/10 on Rate My Teaching Agency, 4.8/5 on Facebook and 4.2/5 on Google. We are extremely proud to be such a highly rated agency, but what we are most proud about is that the ratings we have are from over 12 years of reviews from schools and teachers that were once in the same position as you.

Vision Teaching was established in February 2007 by our owners, Daniel and Craig who set Vision up to be a different type of educational recruiter - one that was committed to excellent customer service and building long-term relationships. We are one of the last established, independent recruitment companies in London. Throughout that time we have filled over 400,000 bookings, successfully placed almost 5000 people into roles and worked with over 1,140 schools.

We solely focus on London, attracting and retaining quality teaching staff so that we can make a real difference to pupils in our partner schools. We proactively recruit for all teaching and senior leadership positions.

We intelligently match teachers to schools to provide a recruitment service that adds value, even when providing temporary cover. Here at Vision Teaching we work with hundreds of schools all over London, who rely on us to help cover their recruitment needs. Our role is to help you get experience in a range of schools, whilst developing your career and genuinely making a difference to the schools you work in.

The Vision Teaching Community

Working with Vision Teaching makes you part of a family, an active community of education professionals. You’ll be fully supported by your very own advisor, who will take you through your initial registration and ensure that our dedicated staff, who help you find what you’re looking for. Your advisor will also follow your entire journey with Vision Teaching and will also help you get involved with:

  • In Branch Events and Social Events – From coffee morning to night outs, to pub quizzes!
  • Training and Development (CPD) – Helping you develop your career
  • Excellent Customer Service – Making sure you are part of the Vision Teaching community
  • Social Media – Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook


We truly believe in making a difference to the lives of our teachers and that starts with investing in the next generation of leaders. Every year we run an NQT programme, to help you find your ideal role. We’re always looking for NQTs who’ll add value and make a difference in education, who will benefit our partner schools.

In response to alarming figures that highlight a national shortfall of 30,000 teachers and with 45% of NQTs thinking of quitting the sector, we decided to take a solution-led approach with partnerships to innovate school recruitment campaigns and ensure we support the next generation of educational leaders.

We co-ordinate UK university recruitment to find the best NQTs and graduates from all over the UK and provide you with help, support, advice, tips and most importantly career development. We take the time to get to know you, what you are looking for, the type of school you would like to work in and your ideal location. From interview tips to behaviour management training and social events, we’ll provide the support you need throughout your first year in teaching. By running an NQT programme, we can continue to further support NQTs to find the right school and get your career off to a flying start!

Support given to NQTs to ensure successful outcome of statutory induction:

  • Working as your specialist recruiter we partner with you to support you with your first steps in teaching career
  • If you are looking for flexible work options following four years on average of study, working on a guaranteed supply contract can give you flexibility and freedom while you find your feet in schools. This will allow you to see a variety of schools, build your confidence and help you plan for your future career all whilst getting a guaranteed income. With a range of experience in different schools alongside CPD training, we will better equip you during decision making for permanent roles.
  • We provide a support network with a community of teachers where we host events, socials and offer free of charge training, to provide you with all the support you need as you are developing your careers
  • Providing support, advice and monitoring the progress of your NQT induction year in line with the national guidance to the National College of Teaching and Learning (NCTL) to ensure you successfully complete your induction year. We also support you during your induction with access to resource subscriptions and the vision teaching NQT mentor scheme
  • As a specialist recruiter we work with hundreds of schools in London. We run events to help you find the right role, including onsite information sessions, advice and personal registrations
  • Fully supported recruitment events with our partners schools
  • Advice on interview experience with tips, questions and safeguarding training to help you get your ideal role. We also offer behaviour management and lesson planning
  • We are not just an agency, we’re a consultancy that understands the challenges facing NQTs. We set ourselves apart from the competition with the programme and we don’t just recruit NQTs because schools require them, we do it because we want to partner with teachers who will work with us time and time again, much in the way we partner with schools creating long lasting relationships

The Vision Teaching NQT academy

We have a six-month programme of training and experience for every NQT that works to support you through induction. We provide access to free CPD training to further develop you as teachers and prepare you for your induction year.

Our free CPD training package includes:

  • Behaviour Management
  • Safeguarding
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • English as an Addition Language
  • SEND
  • Phonics
  • Secondary to Primary transition for supply
  • Planning


As an experienced teacher you may have chosen to register with an agency for many reasons. We have been working with experienced teachers for almost 13 years and to provide a better work / life balance than being on a permanent basis with a school.

  • As a Top 10 agency we pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service and ability to provide an excellent service to our teachers. We want to provide you with work that is consistent, rewarding and that you enjoy
  • Whether you are available a few days a week or full time, would like to do supply or a long-term role, we work hard to find you are looking for
  • If you are looking for regular income, we can provide our teachers with a guaranteed pay contract to ensure consistency with both work and regular wages
  • As a teacher we value your experience and unlike other agencies we work hard to find work that is rewarding, with the types of schools you want to work in and within the travelling time you have advised us on
  • You tell us what you want, and we use our network of hundreds partner schools to find the right roles for you
  • Most of our teachers have been recommended to us by other teachers or schools, who have enjoyed working with an agency like Vision Teaching
  • We have exclusive relationships with two boroughs in London as well as academies and multi academy trusts and receive teaching positions before any other agency
  • We provide free of charge CPD to ensure you are provided with training and career development, to enhance your skills in the classroom
  • We provide a support network to meet other teachers at our regular social and training events
  • We understand what it’s like to work for an agency and can provide you with help and advice from our members of staff that have previously been teachers
  • We offer support and resources to help you in your journey as a supply teacher
  • Most of all we listen to you and genuinely care about the service we provide you! We are in regular contact with you from registration to your first day of work with us and beyond. We want to make sure you love working with Vision Teaching


As a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) teacher you’ll work with children and young people who need extra support, or require an advanced programme of learning, in order to reach their full educational potential.

You may work with individuals who have physical disabilities, sensory impairments (i.e. hearing or visual), speech and language difficulties, learning difficulties such as dyslexia, conditions such as autism, social, emotional and mental health needs, or have a combination of these difficulties.

A key aspect of working in this field is identifying individual needs and being responsible for creating a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment.


  • Teach either individuals or small groups of pupils
  • Prepare lessons and resources
  • Mark and assess work
  • Develop and adapt conventional teaching methods to meet the individual needs of pupils
  • Use special equipment and facilities, such as audio-visual materials and computers to stimulate interest in learning
  • Use specialist skills, such as teaching Braille to pupils with visual impairments or sign language and lip reading to students who have hearing impairments
  • Assess children who have long or short-term learning difficulties and work with colleagues to identify individual pupils' special needs
  • Work with the senior leadership team and governing body to improve the students learning
  • Liaise with other professionals, such as social workers, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and educational psychologists
  • Work closely with parents and guardians
  • Organise learning outside the classroom in activities such as community visits, school outings or sporting events
  • Assist with personal care/medical needs
  • Carry out administrative tasks, including updating and maintaining records of pupils' progress
  • Attend statutory annual reviews or other related meetings, such as Looked After Child (LAC) reviews, regarding students with SEN, which may involve reviewing education, health and care (EHC) plans
  • Attend in-service training
  • Manage challenging behaviour

Senior Leadership Team

We are very proud to be exclusive recruitment partners to two boroughs in London. As part of our commitment to assist with the effective recruitment of staff to raise attainment in schools, we have also pledged to help schools with their senior leadership recruitment. We want to help bridge the gap in all areas to focus on what really matters the pupils.

Moving from classroom teaching to leadership positions can allow you to take charge and ensure continuous improvements for the greater good, more than just the pupils in your own classes, but year groups, different subjects. Plus, you will also have the opportunity to be led and guide other members of the staff. We have recently sponsored NAHT training to help add values to schools across London. If you are looking for career development or profession get in touch today.


We believe in positively affecting the lives of pupils throughout schools in London. To do this we want to provide our staff with up-to-date training to assist with the most important job of all, being an educator in schools. One of the biggest issues we hear from people working through agencies in schools is a perceived lack of training and support. We believe that just because you aren’t permanently employed doesn’t mean that you should miss out on career development or access to training.

We have partnered up with the CPD Certification Service to provide accredited courses that can help you develop your career and document your activities. So, what is CPD? CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development and is the term used to describe the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities. It enables learning to become conscious and proactive, rather than passive and reactive.

Engaging with Vision Teaching’s CPD ensures that both your academic and practical learning are kept current, allowing you to continually ‘up-skill’ or ‘re-skill’, regardless of your occupation, age or level of education.

Our CPD programme has a range of training for support staff as well as teachers. Our overall aim is to provide training and learning that increases both your confidence and capability, as well as complement your career aspirations.

Courses coming soon:

  • Cover Supervisor
  • Introduction to working in SEND
  • Phonics

We regularly hold training events, so if you want to get involved in our CPD programme or if you are interested in booking your place today by contacting Marianne on 0207 430 7120, or by filling in the form below or by emailing

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