"The past three years working for Headline have been great, especially as I had no previous experience of supply teaching. Stepping out from full-time teaching was a scary moment but the transition was made really straight-forward and enjoyable thanks to all the extremely professional, considerate and supportive people at Headline. I have no hesitation in recommending Headline to any prospective supply teacher. Many thanks for all your help and support, long may it continue." STEVE, HEADLINE TEACHER
"I've been working for Headline in Chelmsford for around a year and I cannot recommend them enough, Emma is so lovely and incredibly supportive. It has given me the opportunity to gain so much more experience and will hopefully strengthen my teacher training application in the future!" STACEY, HEADLINE CANDIDATE
"Headline are such a lovely company to work for. They gave me so much work, which is what I wanted, and they also took me back and found me work again every time I came home in the winter from working abroad in the summer. Such lovely people and I always recommend Headline to others looking for work." LAUREN, NURSERY NURSE
"I have been working for headline for a few months. Regular work, great placements, great communication and great support. The team are very supportive, quickly respond to any queries and are very approachable. Would recommend this agency over and over again. Great experience so far." LOUISE, HEADLINE CANDIDATE
"I have worked for Headline Cambridge on and off over the last year or so which has been really great for me as it has fitted round all my family commitments. The staff there have all been very supportive and kind and worked with my sometimes very changeable availability. I'm not working at the moment but really looking forward to returning later this month, thank you Headline Cambridge!" LINDA, HEADLINE SUPPLY TEACHER
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"The team at Headline welcomed me with coffee, listened to my reasons for starting to do supply work, then suggested I began slowly with an afternoon to get the feel of things. They provided me with a help sheet of ideas to try, ways to behave in a new school and essentials to have in my bag for a teaching day. They sympathised when I was ill and sent home from school, although it created extra work for them. More importantly each email is cheerful and personal; you are more than a number."
JILL, HEADLINE SUPPLY TEACHER