About Us

Established for over ten years, Supply Desk Ltd was acquired by Synarbor PLC. in October 2002. Supply Desk primarily deals with day-to-day, long-term and permanent recruitment within the education marketplace, supplying qualified teachers to primary and secondary schools and also nurseries.

Supply Desk has expanded rapidly and now owns 14 regional branches across the UK and as a nationwide business, retains a local and personal service through its individual branches;

  • Brighton
  • Cardiff
  • East Anglia
  • East Midlands
  • Huddersfield
  • Kent
  • Lincolnshire
  • Leeds
  • Preston
  • North East
  • Manchester
  • Sheffield
  • Southampton
  • Teesside 

The Supply Desk brand has gone from strength to strength and is well known for its professionalism and quality teaching staff.  Some members of staff are ex-teachers, which is a true reflection of their high standards and level of understanding to both schools and teaching staff.  Supply Desk aims to maintain and continually improve their high level of service. Long term plans include the opening of further regional branches to maximise market coverage whilst retaining a personal service across the UK.

For our Teachers, we ensure that we have the sector and personal knowledge needed to ensure we find them the right position, at the right school, where they can thrive and develop their careers to their full potential. Also unique to Synarbor, we monitor our Teachers against Ofsted requirements to ensure standards are kept as high as possible; meaning we also offer our teachers discounted and often free training sessions to keep them up to date with skills and current trends.

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