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Heavenly Johnny, LOS

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by holmes5668, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Any word on this school? Seems to be in decline. Numbers have dropped considerably. We are a teaching couple with only substitute experience. We're wondering if this might be an entry point into the international teaching circuit. But, the question is, is it bearable? Would it be an ok place to teach for a couple of years and then move on, bearing in mind we have a five year old in tow.
     
  2. Any word on this school? Seems to be in decline. Numbers have dropped considerably. We are a teaching couple with only substitute experience. We're wondering if this might be an entry point into the international teaching circuit. But, the question is, is it bearable? Would it be an ok place to teach for a couple of years and then move on, bearing in mind we have a five year old in tow.
     
  3. bbibbler

    bbibbler New commenter

    It is a lovely school,many teachers chose to take a cut in pay to try to keep it open.

    I do hope they can turn it around
     

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