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Single Mum in South East Asia

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by kjenkins99, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. kjenkins99

    kjenkins99 New commenter


    I am a single Mum with 2 children, ages 4 and 12. I am looking to teach at an international school, most likely in Thailand. I have taught tefl there for several years previously. Now I'm a qualified teacher with 10+ years experience. I'm looking for advice about how practical it is, are you a single parent there? Are there any at your school? I guess I will need to employ a nanny? I'm just looking for some advice from anyone who has been in a similar position
  2. percy topliss

    percy topliss Occasional commenter

    I have sent you a personal message.

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  3. sah79

    sah79 Occasional commenter

    i'm a single mum, working at an International School in Bangkok, although with only 1 child - feel free to send me a PM and we can chat.
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