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applying for a job

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by campanilla, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    I hope somebody can help me out here. I am a native Spanish speaker, trained as a teacher in Spain but I also have QTS and I am registered with the GTC.
    I am going to apply for a position teaching Spanish in a Secondary School. Most of my experience teaching has been through private tuition as a self employed and for different tuition agencies. I also have worked in UK Primary Schools but as a TA. Now, when they ask you for your present or most recent employment, I don't know if it'll be better to put the Primary School I work for as a SEN TA, or my private tuition work. The lattest it's more directly related with the position I am applying for but I'm not too sure if it'll look good as it's not a proper school.
    Any thoughts?
    thank you
     
  2. mpc

    mpc

    Why not put both? They both show relevant experience.
    Suerte,
    mpc [​IMG]
     

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