Retired teachers...... come and support schools in South Wales with some agency work.
We’ve recently talked in this blog about how rewarding teaching is and the immeasurable influence a teacher will have on every one of their students’ lives. It’s rarely a profession that allows people to merely dip in. Rather it’s one that consumes those who choose it as a career.
So is it any wonder that when it comes to retirement, it can be difficult to let go? After all, it often isn’t easy to let go of what you are passionate about and teaching is one of those careers that requires a lot of passion and a lot of commitment to succeed.
If you still have that fire burning for teaching, still know that you can positively influence the lives and careers of your students and are not ready to call it a day, Vetro Education is on hand to help you get back into the profession you love. Registering with Vetro is free, so there really is nothing to lose. You can gauge the water whilst deciding the best course of action for you.
Just because you’ve reached the magical age of 65, it doesn’t mean that now is the right time for you to retire, or perhaps you’ve tried retirement and it really isn’t for you.
Traditional ideas of retirement are changing year on year and whether financial dependencies dictate that you continue to work or improved health into later life means that it can be delayed, there are plenty of teaching opportunities to explore into retirement age.
Our children deserve the best education we can provide and our schools are crying out for good quality teachers who can bring their wealth of experience to the pupils of today.
Vetro Education has over 25 years’ experience of finding and recruiting the best possible teachers, teaching assistants and specialist support staff in South Wales and the South West of England and can help you find the perfect placement to suit your situation, whatever that may be.
Vetro also offers flexible working so you can work as much or as little as you like to best suit your circumstances.