1st Note Education
Specialist teacher recruitment services.
PPA cover, supply & permanent staff.
Workshops, instrumental tuition, clubs, & choirs.
Delivering aspirational & inspirational
creative arts provision.
Exclusively focusing on creative arts
We provide quality teachers who engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of the creative arts. This increases self-confidence, creativity, motivation, emotional development, mindfulness and wellbeing, that transfer across the entire curriculum to raise overall attainment and enrich learning and life skills.
Our prime focus is to support our teachers to be the best that they can be. We are committed to enabling our quality teachers to deliver outstanding lessons instilling a joy for life through the performing arts.
Every child remembers their favourite inspirational teacher;
We aim to create as many of these lasting impressions
- Join us and benefit from the support of our community
- Refer a friend or school and receive £100 cash
- If you are an inspirational teacher, call us NOW
When you work with 1st Note Education you purchase a service not just a teacher. Working in collaboration with you providing ongoing support services to enhance every aspect of your performing arts provision. We secure the best match for your vacancies.
- 91% of the teachers interviewed are hired.
- 92% stay in post longer than 2 years
- Clear & fair pricing structures, affordable daily rates.
- No % of salary capped rate fees for permanent recruitment
- You can plan long term, a better service, a better price
Training & Events
FREE Networking & Training
17th February 11:00-12:00
Need a teacher or tutor to join your team? We offer exceptional value & service. Get in touch to see how we can help you.
Latest News & Vacancies
Extract from the Guardian Schools in England face a “creativity crisis” with the number of creative arts students and teachers down by as much as a fifth in some subjects after
Extract from the Musicians Union Following the announcement from the Prime Minister that all Covid-19 restrictions are set to end in England on Monday 19 July, we discuss how this