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English Supply in East Sussex

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by diegrouch, Sep 9, 2020.

  1. diegrouch

    diegrouch New commenter

    Good morning!

    Have recently relocated to Hove and am looking for any and all roles teaching English/Drama/ICT.

    Have around 5 years' experience teaching English Lang/Lit at KS3 to 5 as well as 2 years of ICT teaching with Years 7, 8 and 13.

    Have remote teaching experience using Microsoft Teams since Easter 2020 as well as 8 years' experience as IT Support.

    Would welcome any opportunities you can provide.

    Many thanks,

    Sam
     
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  2. agathamorse

    agathamorse Senior commenter

    You need to sign up with some agencies in Brighton and Hove. Some schools in Brighton (WhiteHawk estate) are rough. Some change names every two years!

    Be prepared to travel to Eastbourne, Hailsham, Herstmonceux,Lewes, Ringmer etc. I used to live in East Sussex and my friends still live there.

    It's my favourite part of the country and I miss it.
     
  3. diegrouch

    diegrouch New commenter

    Solid advice; signed up to several agencies and should hopefully have some movement this/next week.

    Thanks for the info re: travel to different locations.

    It's a lovely place and it misses you terribly!
     
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  4. Jolly_Roger15

    Jolly_Roger15 Star commenter

    @diegrouch: You will need your own set of wheels as public transport, away from the coast road, is patchy and ferociously expensive.
     
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  5. diegrouch

    diegrouch New commenter

    I don't drive ;(
     
  6. agathamorse

    agathamorse Senior commenter

    That is true. And the traffic on A23 and A27 is very heavy.
     
  7. agathamorse

    agathamorse Senior commenter

    Travel within Brighton and Hove will be fine. The trains between Brighton and Lewes are okay but it takes a while to travel from Brighton to Eastbourne.
     
  8. diegrouch

    diegrouch New commenter

    Yep, have been mostly walking in and around the area. Buses are fine. Agreed; trains are better.
     
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