You have a difficult situation here. The competition for teaching jobs is very fierce at present, with large cuts in teaching vacancies and large numbers of unemployed teachers. You have several disadvantages, I am afraid. Having been out of teaching in UK schools for a few years. Things have moved on. Being currently in a non-teaching post. There are thousands of experienced teachers looking for jobs. Wanting to teach primarily Spanish. It is taught in very few primary/prep schools, and it is extremely unlikely that you will find a job where you teach mainly this specialism. I am sorry to be so negative about this, but in the current climate with so many trained, experienced teachers who can do a class teacher's job in Primary, and are also able to do a bit of Spanish teaching too, I don't really hold out much hope at present. You don't say if your previous teaching was in Primary. If so, doing voluntary work in the sector might be a way to get your face known. Running Spanish clubs, for example. Good luck to you. ______________________________________________________________ TheoGriff. Member of the TES Careers Advice Service. The TES Careers Advice service runs seminars and workshops, one-to-one careers and applications advice, one-to-one interview coaching and an application review service. I do Application and Interview one-to-ones, and also contribute to the Job Application Workshops. We look at application letters, executive summaries and interviews. The next Job Application seminar where you can meet me is tomorrow Saturday 2 April. This is the last Job seminar that I shall do for some time, so to get a head start, come along! The enrolment is open until midnight tonight. http://tesweekendworkshop19.eventbrite.com/ The next Moving onto Leadship seminar is Sunday 15th May. http://tesweekendworkshop24.eventbrite.com/ E-mail Julia on firstname.lastname@example.org for how to book a meeting with me personally. Look forward to seeing you!