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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by claytie, Oct 11, 2018.
Anyone have experience of it??
Another mid-tier. Taken over by Nord Anglia about 5 years ago. Takes more children with special needs than most other international schools in Singapore. Good reputation. The package would be decent.
Thanks, very helpful.
Those things don't tend to go together usually.
No, you wouldn't as you're a bot...
Makes me laugh that a bot can post without being checked but I cant
Good school, has a real community feel about it, not the best payer compared to the bigger schools, but a good place to work.
I like the sound of the ‘white cliffs’ school too but wonder if accommodation is simply too expensive to make working there financially worthwhile.
Accommodation prices have been coming down. Even the mid-tier schools tend to provide an allowance that gets you something decent. My 3-bed condo in a good area is under my housing allowance at a mid-tier school.
Is there any chance of affordable accommodation in walking distance or is it normal to commute? Encouraging remark, migratingbird.
Within walking distance is unlikely, but a short bus ride away would be affordable. Under 20 mins commute very possible.
Job advertised with a salary range - anyone know what is needed to be at the top of this range or does everyone start at the bottom?? I’ve a masters and 15 years experience but the lower end looks very low for Singapore...?
Start a conversation with me and I'm happy to go through salary ranges and things with you.