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Moving to UK

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by aconabaso, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. Hi there,

    Im an overseas teacher (from Spain) with the QTS. I would like to get some advise to get a permanent teaching position in UK. Im in Bournemouth, and i worked with a supply agency two years ago, but i didnt get many assignments so i had to work in retail as well. Then, for circumstances, i had to go back to Spain. But now again, i want to do my best to get that position. I have checked the local newspapers, some websites... but i guess i could do other things to keep myself aware of where the opportunities / vacancies come up. Any help, please?

    Thanks a lot!!!
     
  2. Hi there,

    Im an overseas teacher (from Spain) with the QTS. I would like to get some advise to get a permanent teaching position in UK. Im in Bournemouth, and i worked with a supply agency two years ago, but i didnt get many assignments so i had to work in retail as well. Then, for circumstances, i had to go back to Spain. But now again, i want to do my best to get that position. I have checked the local newspapers, some websites... but i guess i could do other things to keep myself aware of where the opportunities / vacancies come up. Any help, please?

    Thanks a lot!!!
     
  3. Most teaching jobs are in and around London. But that's also one of the most expensive parts of the country for living costs. I suggest you try to get on to the supply service some local authorities run, and register with some supply agencies.
     

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