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We have a long and successful working relationship with ESS and use them as our main source for filling short and long term vacancies in our large primary school.
On a day to day basis we have built up a strong working relationship. The staff are excellent and knowledgeable in placing an appropriate supply teacher or teaching assistant into the needed area. The staff regularly carry out school visits in order to keep up to date with the school’s requirements at any time and always take feedback with enthusiasm and act upon it, if required.
We look forward to continuing our relationship with ESS and wish them every success in the future and would recommend them to any school that requires high quality service.
Mrs Sally Bird - Supply Contact at Ton-Yr-Ywen Primary School
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I have been very impressed with the work of ESS. I started off as a supply teacher with ESS and I was getting regular and continuous work. They found me work in a variety of schools which I feel helped me gain a lot of experience, but also allowed me to become familiar with schools to aid continuity.
The communication with staff was always great and I felt like they cared about trying to get me as much supply work as possible and to make links for possible more permanent future placements, and I have gained temporary contracts in two schools which ESS sent me to through supply.
Holly Hill, Primary Teacher