Shaun Weatherby

award winners

Connex Education win Best Temporary Recruitment Agency

After being shortlisted for two awards at the 2023 Recruiter Awards, we are delighted to confirm that Connex Education took home the Best Temporary Recruitment Agency of the Year. This award highlights the dedication and effort our colleagues invest daily to deliver the best possible service to our clients & candidates. We would also like to […]

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A third of the National Tutoring Programme’s budget unspent

From the very launch of NTP in November 2020, Connex Education embraced the DfE’s mission to build nationwide capacity in the delivery of high quality tuition to pupils irrespective of postcode. In certain education development areas across the UK the capacity for tuition delivery was limited at best with London and the South most heavily

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NTP tuition partner

Education Staffing Partnership becomes Connex Education Wales

We are delighted to announce Education Staffing Partnership are rebranding to Connex Education Wales with effect from the 14th November 2022. Since joining the collective group of education service providers, The Classroom Partnership, in 2020, Education Staffing Partnership has continued to go from strength to strength. Establishing its reputation as one of the leading recruitment

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ADHD Explained

Missed signs, common misconceptions and supportive resources Most people have heard of ADHD, but not everyone understands ADHD. In recent years ADHD, Autism, and other neurodiverse conditions have been increasingly acknowledged and accepted; however, stigma and misconceptions still exist. 89% of teachers who took part in a survey in 2017 said that they currently teach

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Year 6 to Year 7: Supporting the transition from primary to secondary school

It’s something that most of us have memories of; the first day of secondary school! The transition from year 6 to year 7 brings the unknown, unfamiliar and significantly larger secondary school which can be very daunting for children. It’s the classic example of big fish in a little pond, to little fish in a

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