The city's education workforce came together to celebrate two decades of service at an awards ceremony held at Portsmouth Guildhall on Wednesday 26 June 2024. 87 people from primary, secondary and special schools were put forward by their peers to attend an afternoon tea and trophy giving in recognition of their achievements.

Over 100 people attended a special event to learn about jobs and opportunities in the city's schools and colleges. The Teach Portsmouth Support and Teaching Assistant Jobs Fair invited local experts including a teaching assistant apprentice and deputy head teacher, to share their expertise, in the hopes of inspiring others to join the profession. 

An initiative to increase the number of support staff in Portsmouth's schools has been hailed a success, 12-months after it launched. Taster sessions are designed to help people boost their confidence before applying for a job. 

After the success of last year's event, the Teach Portsmouth Jobs and Opportunities Fair returned to Guildhall on Monday 26 February 2024. More than 300 people were welcomed through the big bronze doors to discover careers in the classroom. 

The Teach Portsmouth Jobs and Opportunities Fair 2024 is just weeks away. We've put together a handy guide that breaks down how to navigate the event. From finding the right presentation to deciding on who to speak to, our guide helps you find your way. 

After the success of last year's event, the city's largest recruitment fair for jobs in education returns to Portsmouth Guildhall on Monday 26 February from 10am - 2pm. 

An event designed to get people 'classroom ready' as a teaching assistant arrives at Paulsgrove Community Centre on Wednesday 15 November from 10am - 11:45am and 12pm - 1:45pm.

A recruitment event designed to showcase job and training opportunities within schools and colleges has been hailed a success by city leaders.

From superstar support staff to top teaching talent, classroom heroes in schools and colleges across the city have been shortlisted in 11 award categories as part of the Teach Portsmouth Awards. 

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.

If you are looking for a 'golden opportunity' to work in a school or college, a series of jobs, training and voluntary roles will be showcased at Portsmouth Guildhall as part of the Teach Portsmouth Jobs and Opportunities Fair in a bid to boost employment in the city.

A group of schools in Portsmouth joined forces with training providers on Tuesday 28 February at Central Library to promote support roles in the classroom.

With online nominations opening in January, schools and colleges from across Portsmouth are busy nominating their staff and teams. In this update, we spotlight nominations, introduce our sponsors and award categories. 

A call for people in Portsmouth to become teaching assistants are invited to attend an information event on Tuesday 28 February at Central Library (third floor) from 10am to 2pm.

A call to support Portsmouth's classrooms was answered as a group of training providers and school staff joined forces to encourage people to become a teaching assistant at Central Library on Tuesday 1 November. 

If you are interested in becoming a teaching assistant in Portsmouth, a new initiative to inspire people to 'support their classroom' has launched with a special information event at Portsmouth Central Library on Tuesday 5 July from 10am - 12pm. 

A virtual meet and greet was held with two nursery workers on Monday 17 January during Portsmouth Aspirations Week in the hope of inspiring children, young people and professionals to consider a career in the sector. Teach Portsmouth presents early years education offered delegates information on how to become qualified as a nursery worker alongside progression opportunities available in the city. 

Teach Portsmouth's webinar series returns in the new year to showcase the incredible careers in early years education, in particular nurseries. 

A webinar for future teachers successfully showcased the rewards of the profession by focusing on special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and the need to support children and young people in the city. Learn more about the different roles available and the skills you need to progress in the profession. 

Helping children and young people become the best version of themselves has always been one of teachings greatest rewards. If you are interested in supporting those with additional needs, Teach Portsmouth's next webinar could be for you.