So you've made the immense move to London, the children have all imitated your accent and you're starting to make friends, life's looking pretty sweet, right? Well for those that feel the sting of missing home now and then, this blog will help you stay on track.
So, you’ve decided to explore teaching abroad. First of all, congratulations on taking that first step towards overseas teaching. You’ve probably been considering this decision for a while and are looking for more information. Well, now comes the fun part.
You’ve been reading job ads, narrowing down your shortlist of schools and agencies, and are now ready to apply with your CV. Keeping in mind that a CV is the first impression an employer gets of you, it’s important to impress.
The language used to describe and differentiate between Special Educational Needs is very important to the individual, family members and public, as the language used can determine the attitudes and connotations of such needs.
How to secure the teaching job you’ll love! Agencies across Britain are offering Overseas Teachers the opportunity to meet Head Teachers in their home country and many of them are being offered jobs there and then by UK schools.
The demand for Overseas Trained Teachers in UK schools has not wavered since the late 1980’s. In fact, with the path so well-trodden, and schools so familiar with them, this demand is probably higher now than ever for teachers from the antipodes, North America and the EU.
Moving to a new city is always daunting especially if it is in a completely new (and amazing) city! This blog is here to curb a few of those worries with some basic but helpful tips on the more day to day questions about moving.