I'll be going into my sixth year of primary teaching in a few weeks' time, and have been teaching internationally since the very beginning. I've had itchy feet for quite some time when it comes to teaching in primary, and I think I'm ready to make the leap and retrain to teach secondary science. It was either that, or primary teaching when I was making my college choices at the end of secondary school, so it's nothing new really. I'm fairly certain of almost all the details surrounding it. The only thing I'm not sure of is the salary when teaching internationally. I've heard from a few people that science and maths teachers can earn a quite a bit more when negotiating salaries at international schools, in comparison to teachers of other subjects or primary teachers. Anyone know if that's true or not?