New Directions Education Liverpool was set up in 2009. The team of experienced consultants operate across Liverpool and Wirral in recruiting staff for the education sector. New Directions is one of the leading supply teaching agencies in England. As well as providing a professional recruitment service, New Directions also offers a wide range of training courses to support our clients and candidates continuous professional development.
The Liverpool office recruit for primary, secondary and SEN schools from short-term cover to long-term supply teaching jobs. By working closely with local authorities (LA) we provide the right solution the first time.
New Directions is a member of the education division of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and an umbrella body of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB).
We cover the following areas: Liverpool, St Helens, Sefton and Knowlsey.
We recruit for the following positions: Qualified Teachers, Learning Assistants, Newly Qualified Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Cover Supervisors.
- New Directions Education Liverpool have filled over 14,000 days of bookings since opening in 2009
- The team in Liverpool have over 15 years’ experience working within the education sector
- In a recent satisfaction survey 87% of our candidates said that they would recommend New Directions Education to fellow professionals
- Since the Liverpool office opened we have raised over £5k for local education projects
Louise Clark, Regional Manager
We work closely with primary, secondary and SEN schools across the region. The Wirral area is exceptionally busy this academic year including clusters in Wallasey, Birkenhead and West Kirby. By offering a bespoke service to our clients and candidates we aim to embed ourselves within the education sector and become a partner of choice.
Our Latest Testimonial
I signed up with New Directions after they were recommended to me by a teacher friend who was very happy with the service that they had offered her. I enjoy working as a supply teacher for New Directions as they provide with me regular and suitable work, near to my home. My recruitment consultant is friendly, supportive and helpful. She always gives me a clear brief of the class I will be teaching and takes the time to follow up each placement with a phone call to find out how I found the school and to provide me with relevant feedback too. New Directions system of electronic time sheets is much easier and more straightforward than the paper version that many agencies use. I am also looking forward to attending an autism awareness course which New Directions have arranged in my half term holidays.
Cat, Supply Staff