Education Jobs in Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire County Council Partnership
Supply Desk is proud to be the exclusive education recruitment partner of Buckinghamshire County Council.
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Buckinghamshire County Council to provide supply teachers, support staff, intervention specialists and cover supervisors to schools throughout Buckinghamshire. Supply Desk are able to provide education staff for short-term, long-term and permanent positions.
Originally under the banner of Teach In Buckinghamshire, Supply Desk has operated in this county since 2003. During this time we have built strong relationships with schools, teachers and support staff, both locally and from the rest of the UK, as well as international teachers from Australia and Canada.
We have always found Buckinghamshire to be an incredibly attractive place to work. The county has a huge range of schools, from rural primary schools through to large urban schools. Buckinghamshire is home to some of the top performing and most highly rates schools in the country. We have Buckinghamshire teaching and other classroom-based opportunities at every level, from trainee positions to leadership roles.
Supply Desk are the only education agency working in partnership with Buckinghamshire County Council. This partnership, plus our extensive experience of working with schools across the country, means that we are in a unique position to help you find a job you’ll love in Buckinghamshire schools.
Case studies featuring schools we work with in Buckinghamshire can be downloaded here:
- Beaconsfield School: SD_Bucks Case Study_Beaconsfield School
- Princes Risborough School: SD_Bucks Case Study_Princes Risborough School
If you are looking for a teaching role, support staff role, intervention role, or cover supervisor role, either short term, long term or permanent, please contact the Supply Desk Buckinghamshire branch by email or telephone 01923 295 304.
If you are a university graduate, we can also help you qualify as a teacher with a paid two-year school based training program, at zero cost to you. Learn more about the TIQ programme…
To register your interest and let our team find you a Buckinghamshire education job you’ll love, contact us today:
- Email Us
- Call 01923 295 304 (landline)
- Call 07584 632 190 (mobile)
- Refer a Friend for a Buckinghamshire education job, and we’ll give you a £100 reward!
Living and teaching in Buckinghamshire
If you are considering school support or teaching jobs in Buckinghamshire, read our guide to the various districts. With beautiful countryside, charming villages, and easy transport links to London, there’s much to love when you live and teach in Buckinghamshire.
Buckinghamshire (or Bucks) is a county located approximately 40 miles west of London centre – an easy commute into central London and surrounds. Filled with chocolate box villages, quality gastro-pubs and picturesque countryside, Buckinghamshire is an idyllic part of the UK, and a wonderful place to live and teach. It offers the convenience and vibrancy of London just a short train ride away, whilst retaining genuine English village charm. But don’t just take our word for it, click here to see what the Buckinghamshire County Council says.
Schools in Buckinghamshire are a mix of Outstanding, Good and Satisfactory OFSTED inspected schools, so there is sufficient variety, challenge and reward to suit any teacher’s preference. Our highly experienced team know all the schools in the area, so will be able to place you in the school that’s right for you.
Buckinghamshire is divided into 4 districts – Aylesbury, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe – and we have fantastic education jobs in all of them. Read on to find the district that suits you…
Living and teaching in Aylesbury
Aylesbury is a vibrant town located just north of the Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is home to the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery and the historic King’s Head coaching inn – well worth a visit (or two!). The schools are of high quality, and the commute to London Marylebone is approximately one hour’s journey, making it a very comfortable and convenient place in which to live and teach.
Living and teaching in Chiltern
Over a third of the county is covered by the Chiltern Hills, which is a protected area of ancient woodlands and conservation areas. It is from the Chiltern Hills that the district of Chiltern takes its name – approximately 70% of the district sits within this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s a very pretty part of the word to live in!
Very well connected to London, the historic market towns of Amershamand Chesham are the biggest in the district. These are both served by London Underground’s Metropolitan Line, making them a convenient location for teachers new to England.
And what is there to do for fun in this delightful area? With London at your doorstep, the possibilities are endless. Locally, though, there are stunning country walks, historic houses and gardens to explore, or the mysterious Whiteleaf Cross to investigate. Fans of classic British crime dramas will enjoy the Midsomer Murders tours. Primary school educators will be interested in the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, also location in the Chiltern Hills. And foodies are more than adequately catered for, with everything from Michelin starred restaurants to cosy country pubs, micro-breweries and wineries. Riverside Henley-on-Thames is famous for its rowing regattas and literary & arts festivals.
Living and teaching in South Bucks
Beaconsfield, a major South Bucks town, is located just 25 miles NW of Central London, which is easily reached via trains to London Marylebone Station. The high street is charming, pubs are cosy, and the surrounding Chilterns countryside is a wonderful place to relax.
Birthplace of many renowned British names, South Bucks is renowned for its easy lifestyle and good schools.
Living and teaching in Wycombe
The town of High Wycombe is the largest in the Wycombe district. Located just 29 miles WNW of Charing Cross station in central London, it is an easy commute to the capital. A town of historical importance, High Wycombe has held a market in its High Street since the Middle Ages. High Wycombe remains a bustling, vibrant town, with some of the best shopping in the county.Living and teaching in Wycombe will give you ample opportunity to explore the 18th century West Wycombe Estatehouse and gardens, or the magnificent Hughenden Manor, with its stunning walking trails. The historic Hellfire Caves, hand-dug in the 1740s, are well worth a visit.
- Buckinghamshire Tourist Board
- Chilterns Tourist Board
- The Chilterns: Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Chilterns Countryside Information
- Hike or cycle in the wonderful Wendover Woods
- Discover other beautiful Chilterns towns and villages in which to live
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