Education Social Network Workinschools.co.uk makes bold move to allow State Funded School to advertis
06/30/2010

www.workinschools.co.uk, the online social network solely for the education sector has made the bold move of allowing state-funded schools to advertise jobs free on its website.

Online PR News – 30-June-2010 – – www.workinschools.co.uk, the online social network solely for the education sector has made the bold move of allowing state-funded schools to advertise jobs free on its website.

Jamie Wingrave Co-founder of WorkinSchools said “Recruitment advertising for schools has become a monopolised market in the UK and we are working hard to ‘buck the trend’ and save schools and local authorities money at a crucially important time”.

Teachers are discouraged from using some of the most popular social networks because of the risks associated with pupil interaction outside of school, a need in the market for an online place for education professionals to interact and share experiences and support material was identified and www.workinschools.co.uk was born.

www.workinschools.co.uk allows education staff to network socially and professionally in a safe, pupil-free environment.

Schools, colleges and universities as well as people who work in education can network on the site while sharing teaching resources and creating a support network in the forums.

The WorkinSchools network offers totally free, unlimited recruitment advertising to state-funded schools, colleges and universities in the UK.

Simon Golding, co-founder of the WorkinSchools network said “No other service I know of provides free recruitment advertising to schools”.

About WorkinSchools

WorkinSchools is a professional and social network for people who work in Schools but not just Schools at all levels of education cater for colleges and Universities, any person or organisation in the education sector can join the network and have a profile page.