About

Our Vision, Mission and Values are embedded in everything we do at The Supply Register.

From the initial meeting with every candidate or school to our dedication to our employees and internal recruitment process, we hold true to them every step of the way to make sure we are the best employer and recruitment partner we can be.

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Our vision is to transform recruitment in the changing world of education.

Our mission is to become the Sector’s most trusted education recruitment company.

BRAVE

We believe in doing the right thing and we are prepared to go further to achieve it. We are never afraid to take bold, decisive action to help us achieve success.

GENUINE

We aim to be respectful, fair, and transparent in everything we do. We try to be good listeners, thoughtful colleagues, and inspiring collaborators to work with.

IMAGINATIVE

We are creative, inventive, and future-focused, and we always try to look for innovative and constructive ways to make the world a better place.

RELIABLE

We aspire to be honest and trustworthy and to get results by owning the solution, getting the right people involved, and delivering on our promises.

Our Story So Far

Our founder Baljinder Kuller has been on the front line of teacher recruitment for over 15 years, working both within local authorities and third-party recruitment consultancies.

In 2016, with schools facing increasing budget pressures and skills gaps, he saw an opportunity to disrupt the education recruitment sector through technology and The Supply Register was born.

Passionate about education and levelling up opportunities for those who are disadvantaged, Baljinder founded The Supply Register on the principles of equality and fairness – helping both schools and candidates to secure a better deal.

We continue to grow rapidly and today we are proud to be partnered with hundreds of schools across the UK, saving over £1 million on supply cover spend since 2016.

2016

The Supply Register is founded by Baljinder Kuller.

The first round of seed funding is raised.

2017

Successful tender/award onto the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud 8 and 9 Frameworks.

Successful tender/award onto the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) Staffing Framework for Schools, Academies and MATs.

The Supply Register is awarded a pilot with LEAD Academy Trust, the first of its kind in the education sector.

2018

The Supply Register and NASUWT The Teachers’ Union form a strategic partnership in Memorandum of Understanding to work together in an exclusive partnership to maximise benefits to supply teachers.

The Supply Register achieves its first APSCo Compliance+ and Cyber Essentials accreditations. 

The Supply Register is awarded the LEAD Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 25 academies.

2019

The Supply Register and The Skills Network form a strategic partnership to work together in a new to the market partnership to deliver fully funded and accredited training to supply workers.

The Supply Register is awarded the Wade Deacon Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 8 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Redhill Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 14 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Heath Family Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 9 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Staffordshire University Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 19 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded The Evolve Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 3 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded The Frays Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 8 academies.

2020

The Supply Register secure significant investment from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) Equity Finance Fund, managed by venture capital firm Midven.

Successful tender/award onto the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation’s (YPO’s) new ‘Managing Temporary and Permanent Recruitment’ framework for Schools/MATs.

The Supply Register is awarded the Dartmoor Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 18 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded The Two Counties Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 10 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Transforming Futures Trust Managed Service Provider contract to its 8 academies.

2017

Successful tender/award onto the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud 8 and 9 Frameworks.

Successful tender/award onto the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) Staffing Framework for Schools, Academies and MATs.

The Supply Register is awarded a pilot with LEAD Academy Trust, the first of its kind in the education sector.

2019

The Supply Register and The Skills Network form a strategic partnership to work together in a new to the market partnership to deliver fully funded and accredited training to supply workers.

The Supply Register is awarded the Wade Deacon Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 8 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Redhill Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 14 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Heath Family Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 9 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded the Staffordshire University Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 19 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded The Evolve Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 3 academies.

The Supply Register is awarded The Frays Academy Trust Managed Service Provider contract to service its 8 academies.

2021

The Supply Register secures further significant investment from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) Equity Finance Fund, managed by venture capital firm Midven.

The Supply Register is awarded the Ark Schools Managed Service Provider contract to service its 38 academies.

The Supply Register celebrates its 5th Birthday.

Meet our Team

The Supply Register team are a professional, committed and friendly bunch – learn more about their roles and how to get in touch.