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Support for NQTs

A Gloucestershire business is offering free support to newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and those currently completing their teaching practice.

Thrive Education is a new recruitment company specialising in getting the right teacher into the right class.

Managing director Ellis Thorne is advising NQTs and students completing their teaching practice in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire to get in touch with the company.

He said: "If you're yet to secure a role for September, please feel free to give me a call to find out how we can support you in finding your first position or keep you in the classroom following your teaching practice."

Thrive Education will also give all new primary and secondary teachers which register with the company a copy of the book What They Didn't Teach Me on My PGCE by Sarah Mullins.

Contact Thrive Education on 01452 260933 or 07791 550725.

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