Vision For Education

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Vision For Education is a recruitment agency. They specialise in recruiting for education jobs.

visionforeducation.co.uk

Vision For Education job reviews

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  • Best thing

    Flexibility

    Worst thing

    Being assaulted by children daily

    2.4

    Vision For Education Teaching assistant, January 2024

  • Best thing

    experience and exposure

    Worst thing

    travel time and sudden isregulations

    8.3

    Vision For Education Teaching assistant, October 2023

  • Best thing

    I like how I can pick the hours and the people that help at Vision are all so kind and genuinely want to help out.

    Worst thing

    I didn't feel very well trained when I first started

    8.2

    Vision For Education Teaching assistant, September 2022

  • Best thing

    My employer is an agency. The school they put me in to work on a regular basis is a wonderful place to work. I feel that our well being matters. I get thanked regularly and told I’m doing a really good job. The children I work with are well behaved, polite and respectful but if I do come across issues, management in the school are available and fully supportive. The staff team are phenomenally supportive to each other.

    Worst thing

    Working for an agency means I get paid quite a bit less than if I was employed directly by the school. I no longer get paid during school holidays therefore, come Summer, I have no income for six weeks. This gives me no opportunity to save money for a rainy day. I have to put money away in advance, ready to cover my household bills over the thirteen unpaid weeks of the year. No money to spend on inessentials during term time, working to survive.

    9.4

    Vision For Education Teaching assistant, February 2021