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Teaching Job Vacancies in Leeds

Our Leeds agency office specialises in local teaching jobs and cover areas such as: Harrogate, Huddersfield, Bradford and Halifax.

Whether you are looking for short or long term supply work or a permanent teaching job, our dedicated education recruitment specialists will be able to lend a hand. Below is a selection of our latest teaching vacancies in the Leeds area. We are constantly finding new roles so if you can’t find anything that suits you please get in contact or send your CV.

Telephone: 0113 331 4495


Address:Ground Floor,Princes Exchange, Princes Square, Leeds, LS1 4HY

Why teach in Leeds?

Leeds is an entertaining place to live with a huge selection of schools and colleges. There are 265 government funded schools in Leeds, 220 of these are primary schools, 39 are secondary and 6 are specialist schools. There are also 15 independent schools, 5 primary, 6 secondary and 3 specialist and 1 college.

Leeds also has 4 universities; The University of Leeds, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds Trinity University and The University of Law. Along with the universities there are 3 colleges that offer degrees; Leeds College of Arts, Leeds College of Music and The Northern Contemporary School of Dance.

Entertainment and Leisure Facilities

There are a lot of things to do and see in Leeds. Due to the large student population the city has one of the best nightlife scenes in the country, with some of the clubs consistently ranked in the top ten in the world.

There is a thriving art scene in Leeds for both students and professionals so there are always exhibits going on. Leeds College of Arts has had a lot of famous alumni that owe a lot to this scene.

Leeds United A.F.C are the main football team of Leeds. They play in the Championship and are based at Elland Road Stadium. There are also Rugby Union, Rugby League and Cricket teams based within the City of Leeds.

Transport and Location

Leeds is one of the major hubs of the Northern motorway network, meaning it is very well connected to the rest of the country by via the road network. The M62 directly links Manchester and Leeds.

The primary form of public transport in the city centre is by bus. The main providers are First Leeds and Arriva Yorkshire. Buses are very regular and travel all over the city centre.

Leeds Railway station is one of the busiest train stations in the UK outside London, with over 900 trains passing through everyday. With 17 platforms there are trains to all over the UK, making Leeds a very accessible city.