I have a History degree and did my PGCE in 2016. I then moved to Spain in the September of that year and did a CELTA in Madrid. I've been teaching ESL in Spain ever since and this is my third year teaching here. Now I want to go back to teaching history and hopefuly get a job in an international school. I don't care where and understand that the school that may hire me wouldn't necessarily be considered 'good'. But the problem is I don't know how attractive I'll be to international schools since my PGCE is now three years old. On the other hand maybe the three years doing ESL will have some value to them? Or will the strength of the PGCE alone be enough to at least get a job in less than 'good' schools? I'm not picky (but would have a preference for Europe). I'm also debating whether to go back to the UK and endure a living hell to get my NQT year and then applying to international schools after that. Thanks.