Welcome to our monthly jobs of the month round up. We've collated the latest teaching, leadership, learning support, early years and admin vacancies from across Portsmouth's schools to help you kickstart your job search.

It has been fantastic to see so many diverse shoutouts for our school staff across the city over the last few weeks. We have had an astounding number of messages for the thank a superhero campaign. Meet Louise, who is a teacher at the Mary Rose School. She is another school superhero who has been recognised by a colleague in the city.

Welcome to February's jobs of the month round up. Read on to explore the latest teaching, leadership, learning support, early years and administrative vacancies in Portsmouth's schools.

We've been overwhelmed by families nominating their school superheroes. From teachers to administrative staff, we've been blown away by the response so far. Meet Caroline, who works at Trafalgar School as a HR officer. She is one of the many school superheroes who've been recognised by a parent in the city. 

Welcome to December's edition of teaching and support jobs of the month as we round up the latest vacancies from the Portsmouth City Council website to help you find your next teaching, support or leadership role in Portsmouth.

So, you have decided that becoming a teacher is the career for you. Give yourself the best chance of success with a well-prepared application. Read on for 5 top tips for preparing your application, direct from Portsmouth's teacher training providers.


Welcome to October's jobs of the month round up. Read on to discover some of the exciting teacher, learning support, and administrative vacancies on offer in Portsmouth's schools.

In a series of two articles, we showcase the winners from new award categories. Sarah Jane Whatling is an early years professional at the Parade Community Preschool. Sarah talks about winning the early years and childcare award and what it means to her. 

The recent Teach Portsmouth Awards was a fantastic event showcasing the very best education professionals in Portsmouth. The event took place at the Portsmouth Guildhall on Thursday 29 June.  The introduction of two new categories this year for governor and early years and childcare enabled more diverse education professionals and volunteers to be recognised at the event. 

Read our guide on finding your future in education at The Teach Portsmouth Jobs and Opportunities Fair on Monday 22 May at Portsmouth Guildhall. Exhibitors will showcase a range of non-teaching vacancies as well as provide information and advice on apprenticeships and short courses to boost your qualifications.

Welcome to April's jobs of the month blog post, where we have rounded up the latest teaching, learning support, leadership and early years vacancies in Portsmouth. If you are looking for your next role in the city, we hope this is a useful place to begin your search. 

If you are looking to work with children, volunteering provides invaluable experience for those wanting a career in the classroom. There are different ways to gain experience that include volunteering in a school, helping out at a local community group and paid internships.

World Book Day is always a popular way to celebrate literacy in schools across the city. Both staff and pupils often come dressed up as their favourite book characters and participate in book-themed activities, which in turn reinforces the importance of reading and creativity.

We spoke to Debbie Anderson, head of school improvement and early years at Portsmouth City Council to find out why World Book Day is an important date in the school calendar and the investment that will drive literacy standards in the city.

We continue to showcase the winners of the Teach Portsmouth Awards 2022 which celebrated the amazing teachers, leaders and support staff in Portsmouth's schools and colleges. A series of blog articles looks at the successes of the winners and their stories for getting into teaching.

Teach Portsmouth is running a series of teaching assistant information events to help highlight the fantastic opportunities support roles can offer within the city. We wanted to showcase the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects within these positions and interviewed a higher-level teaching assistant from a Portsmouth school. 

In an ongoing series of articles, we present the winners of the Teach Portsmouth Awards 2022. In this edition, we speak to Deborah de Caen from Admiral Lord Nelson School (ALNS) who won the teaching assistant of the year award.  

Welcome to October's edition of teaching jobs of the month as we round up the latest vacancies from the Portsmouth City Council website to help you find your next teaching role. This monthly series of blog posts introduces readers to the latest teaching, leadership, learning support, and early years vacancies in the city.

Your teacher training application has been successful, and you have been invited to attend an interview. However, as the excitement subsides, thoughts soon turn to the practicalities of attending an interview and how to prepare for it.

There are many training routes you can take to become a teaching assistant in Portsmouth, depending on what suits you personally. There are college-based courses and online training providers. Alongside these, Portsmouth City Council offers an 18-month paid apprenticeship scheme which is a fantastic way to gain your teaching assistant qualification whilst being in the classroom.

Welcome to June's edition of teaching jobs of the month as we round up the latest leadership, learning support and teaching vacancies from schools and academies in the city. The vacancies covered in this post are available on the Portsmouth City Council website.