STEM Teachers In High Demand

Working alongside the UK’s Department for Education

Prospero Teaching has been commissioned by the UK Government’s Department for Education (DfE) to offer a unique programme, to recruit and support qualified, international Maths, Computer Science and Science Teachers, to England from America, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Jamaica and New Zealand. We are working with a wide range of schools across England’s exciting cities, coastal regions, beautiful, English countryside and more.

There is a substantial financial relocation package, support and advice covering work permits, accommodation and more, along with individualised pre and post-arrival support to England. As a well-funded and supportive programme, teachers will be offered mentoring, training and a range of CPD (continuing career development) run by experts in their field, sharing best practice in English education.

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Register for Science, Computer Science and Maths Teaching Positions in the UK


What our teachers say about us?

“Patrick has excellent communication skills and I was always kept well informed through his prompt replies to my emails and phone calls. He obviously has a good relationship with his colleagues as all information was clear and concise.”

India, Primary Teacher, New Zealander

“From the beginning, Prospero have been so helpful.” … “They immediately gave me a lot of insight into the job situation in the South West, and provided me with a lot of helpful info regarding the area so I was very content and grateful to have their help and support.”

Sarah, Primary Teacher, New Zealander

“The difference I have found in comparison to the stories I have heard from friends, is that Prospero go the extra mile to ensure that their teachers feel they are having a personalised experience, and that they are taken care of. Even after securing a job, I was called regularly by my consultant to see how I was getting on, and what else the agency could do for me.”

Allistair, Secondary PE Teacher, New Zealander