Supplydesk working in partnership with HES Brokerage Service
Supply Desk Ltd are proud to announce their recent partnership with Havering Education Service to support the recruitment of high calibre Teaching and Support Staff across Havering and the surrounding boroughs. Supply Desk has been operating since 2002, when we launched the first agency management recruitment services within education.
Supply Desk has worked with thousands of mainstream and special schools across England and Wales over the last 16 years, providing bespoke staffing solutions to individual schools, school groups, clusters and multi-academy trusts. During this time, we have developed unique approaches to working in partnership with schools which is predicated on providing high quality staff to raise standards in education whilst maintaining cost-effective solutions for our clients.
Supply Desk are proud of our history as innovators in education and our vision to be recognised as such is reflected in the many ways we help schools to find the right staff. We respond with top quality candidates at the right time, matched to the right schools, suitable for each individual requirement. With an extensive branch network covering England and Wales, Supply Desk specialises solely in the education sector and is proud of a growing reputation for being the quality provider of education staff, helping schools meet their objectives.
Our core recruitment services focus on providing cost-effective staffing solutions:
· Staffing solutions for long-term and permanent recruitment
· Short-term and emergency cover
· SEN specialists for both mainstream and special schools
· Overseas trained teachers (predominately from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Ireland)
· Tuition and Intervention specialists, including tutors for 1:1 and small group tuition
· A vast range of support staff, including teaching assistants, SEND staff, cover supervisors,
· Tutors, behaviour specialists, SIMs trained staff, and more.
Our website http://www.supplydesk.co.uk has more information about our services and a resources section for both schools and teachers. Our latest piece for schools on ‘How to Manage School Staffing Gaps’ is attached, offering advice on how to use outstanding vacancies to your advantage.
Free Reusable Resources & Assets online forum
We are delighted to let you know that an online forum has been created for Havering schools and settings called ‘Free Reusable Resources & Assets’. This communal area within the HES portal has been introduced to enable portal users to share and pool resources together for example, to swap or offer unwanted furniture, to borrow lights for school production… the options are endless! Interested schools and settings can make offers, post unwanted resources or respond to requests in the forum.
To join the forum
The forum can be found under the Communication section on the portal, then clicking on the ‘Groups’ heading at the far right of the page. Under the ‘My groups’ section please click on the ‘Free Reusable Resources & Assets’, you will be presented with a pop up message entitled Member Request. Once submitted, your request will be authorised by our Central Support Team. Please familiarise yourself on the discussion rules when joining and prior to participation.
We hope that you find this forum valuable and useful. Should you have any questions or are having trouble in registering for the forum please contact the Central Customer Support team;
E | firstname.lastname@example.org
T | 01708 431561
We've changed our email address
We are delighted to announce that our new brand name and Portal web address www.HES.org.uk have been successfully activated. If you already have our old web address stored in your web browser’s favourites folder, this should be automatically redirected to our new web address.
Our new email address
Please be informed that our group response contact email address has changed to email@example.com
If you do not receive our emails as from 2nd Feb 2018, please check your ‘junk email’ folder and add us to your contacts.
Pronouncing our new ‘HES’ brand name
Please note that the new brand name ‘HES’ should be pronounced as one word rather than each letter being pronounced singly or separately. Phonetically, it is suggested that you should pronounce the name as ‘HES’ with the ‘e’ and ‘s’ sounding like that in ‘Yes’.