Hi everyone, I know this has been asked before but I have a slightly different situation so would love some advice as im really confused about what the best thing to do for me is. Im currently working (3 years ) in Korea teaching mainly ESL at a primary government school. I have a PGCE in Post Compulsory Education and Training (Sunderland University) and a TEFL certificate. I want to move to an international school to teach primary next. I just feel that going back to apply for a PGCE next year (2012) which might cost 9,000 ponds + living expenses is alot of money and time i could be using to get some experience in an international school somewhere. Maybe if i can get a distance PGCE from Nottingham University for primary this year, while still working, together with my teaching experience thus far and my other PGCE i might be able to break into a lower tier international school somewhere and work my way up from there? Does this sound too optimistic? Should i just bite the bullet and go back for another PGCE and do it the right way? Any advice would be welcome, i just dont know what to do for the best really, thanks in advance!