Details of current vacancies in Lambeth classrooms are available.
Please complete an application for each position of interest and return as shown in the instructions on the advertisement.
Please do not send a CV or other expression of interest to Lambeth as there is no process in place to hold these. You must apply for those positions of interest when they are advertised.
If you are interested in working in a classroom on a supply basis, either as a teacher or in a support capacity, visit the Supply teachers section.
Vacancies for positions in Lambeth schools are also advertised in the Times Educational Supplement, Guardian jobs and in the South London Press.
If you are interested in working in Lambeth schools, check the above publications and websites on a regular basis.
For details of NQT positions, please read the Applying for Early Years and Primary NQT positions or Applying for Secondary NQT positions Guides.
The Lambeth Schools Supply Service (LSSS), in partnership with Randstad Education, has been developed to provide high quality supply teachers and support staff to Lambeth schools.
Who can use the service?
- any UK qualified teacher with QTS
- any teacher qualified in the European Economic Area
- any Overseas Trained Teacher (OTT) having the right to work in the UK, providing you have not already been teaching in the UK for four or more years.
We provide Lambeth schools with teaching assistants, learning support assistants, Early Years educators and more. Anyone with experience in a UK classroom and/or any relevant childcare or education qualification can use the service.
How do I register?
Telephone: 020 7926 9798
We have a range of benefits that school-based staff can access including the following offers, discounts and services.
Housing options for school-based staff
Managed by London and Quadrant (L&Q) in South London, the First Steps programme has a number of schemes, enabling you to either buy or rent a property.
Go to First Steps London to find out more information.
Lambeth employee support helpline
Lambeth offers a free, confidential 24-hour telephone support line to help you, and your immediate family, with practical information to deal with everyday situations and over-the phone counselling.
REAL Plus card
You can take advantage of some generous discounts at Lambeth's leisure centres, whether you use their facilities at peak or off-peak times.
Go to apply for a REAL card to find out more information.
Lambeth library membership
Membership to Lambeth's libraries is free - all you have to do is complete an application form. Go to join a library for more information.
If you are a parent or carer, you can benefit from a scheme designed to help those who have to pay for childcare.
Travel loans, offers and discounts
There are a number of loans, offers and discounts available to those who walk, cycle or use public transport to get to work.
Discounted well-being sessions
There are discounted well-being sessions twice a month at the Brixton Therapy Centre.
Discounted eye care offers
There are discounts on eye care available at three eye specialists in the borough.
Access to the Lambeth City Learning Centre
The Lambeth City Learning Centre (CLC) supports all schools in Lambeth in arts and culture, technology and family learning activities.
They offer workshops and projects, train school staff, broker partnerships with specialists and offer ideas, information, advice and guidance in each of the three areas.
The CLC is currently based at the BFI Southbank (British Film Institute) and much of its work is in partnership with the borough's arts and cultural organisations.
Lambeth also has a commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for all school-based staff, throughout your career, with access to both local and national courses.
Lambeth also supports and promotes Chartered London Teacher (CLT) status. CLT is a qualification that recognises the professionalism and commitment of London teachers, as well as carrying a one-off payment of £1,000 on accreditation.