More schools’ staff needed to fill Barnsley firm’s job vacancies

Katie Jones and Barry Simmons, Managing Directors with staff (l-r) Melanie Shenton, Lea Thorpe, Danielle Quinn, Richard Kaye, Darren Artley, Donna Peet, at Provide Education on Morston Claycliffe Business Park in Barnsley.
Katie Jones and Barry Simmons, Managing Directors with staff (l-r) Melanie Shenton, Lea Thorpe, Danielle Quinn, Richard Kaye, Darren Artley, Donna Peet, at Provide Education on Morston Claycliffe Business Park in Barnsley.
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A surge in demand for school supply staff has sparked an appeal to teachers in South Yorkshire.

Barnsley-based recruitment agency Provide Education has seen a year-on-year demand for its service since it was established in 2007 and is now facing its busiest term ever. The recruitment agency works with more than 2,200 teachers, teaching assistants, cover supervisors, nursery nurses and other non-teaching staff but needs more to meet the requirements of more than 500 schools. Katie Jones, managing director, pictured above, front left, with colleagues, said: “The spring term is traditionally a busy time, so demand for supply teachers and other support staff is often high.”