Tradewind Recruitment Says They've Got Top-Notch Teachers to Meet Rigorous New Plans for the U.K.’s National Curriculum

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Poetry recitation at age five. Learning a foreign language by age seven. Math and sciences perfected by age eleven. The kids may be shaking in their boots when the Department for Education announced its proposed reforms for a more rigorous national curriculum. Tradewind Recruitment, however, says they are well prepared for the new standards.

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All candidates undergo an initial 60-minute consultation to gain an understanding of the teacher’s behavior management strategy, knowledge of the UK national curriculum, and ability to work as a Tradewind supply teacher.

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Great expectations lie ahead for the young minds of this nation as the British government pushes for reforms that aim to keep students internationally competitive with regard to academic excellence. Are the kids going to be “all right” with the proposed changes to the national curriculum? In response to the curriculum overhaul, Tradewind Recruitment, premier UK and London teaching jobs provider, recently announced its capability in providing schools across the nation with well-trained and exceptional teachers — particularly once the new changes take effect by 2014.

Says Tradewind Recruitment, “Our success is based upon the quality of our staff and our candidates. Our company values all focus… making sure we provide our candidates with the best possible levels of service, as well as finding them suitable positions which allow them to further their careers.”

The new national curriculum will reportedly see changes with Math, English, sciences, and even PE. The revisions were initially meant to take effect in 2013 but the Department for Education (DfE) pushed its plans back to 2014 to make way for further reviews. Some of the more notable changes will include teaching the solar systems and galaxies, life cycles (with human reproduction), human circulatory system, evolution, and key concepts of electricity in primary schools. Foreign language will also be introduced in primary school.

Such changes can only be as good as the people who instruct them. UK teaching agencies will most likely receive a flood of requests for exceptionally qualified teachers to cope with the new curriculum. Tradewind Recruitment’s stringent hiring process has been supplying exceptionally qualified teachers to schools across the nation since 2005.

Tradewind Recruitment remarks, “All candidates undergo an initial 60-minute consultation to gain an understanding of the teacher’s behavior management strategy, knowledge of the UK national curriculum, and ability to work as a Tradewind supply teacher.”

Tradewind Recruitment guarantees the qualifications and suitability of each teaching candidate before being added to their line-up. Aside from choosing only the best of the best, Tradewind Recruitment also ensures the continual development of their teachers by providing relevant training courses that will keep them up-to-date with the changes in the education system.

Tradewind Recruitment shares, “The last few years have seen unprecedented growth, and our status as the premier recruitment agency in London for teachers and school support staff is now confirmed.”

The premier agency recently achieved a 100 percent score from their DfE Quality Mark Audit, which makes sure that vetting procedures for teachers and school support staff are in accordance with the DfE “Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education” guidelines.

Tradewind Recruitment has the highest level of standards when it comes to hiring teachers, teaching assistants, part-time teachers, and school support staff. Whatever new reforms are introduced to the national curriculum in the coming months, every school around the U.K. will be well assured that Tradewind Recruitment will provide highly qualified teachers in every classroom.

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