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Teaching in Singapore

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by carew_katie, Oct 24, 2019.

  1. carew_katie

    carew_katie New commenter

    I am thinking about applying for teaching jobs in Singapore and wanted to speak with someone who is or has taught in an international school in Singapore. All help appreciated.
     
  2. T0nyGT

    T0nyGT Lead commenter

    You'd better move fast if you're talking about next September. One top school has already begun interviewing and another one has closing dates coming soon.
     
  3. south42

    south42 New commenter

    Does anyone know the typical working hours for a secondary teacher in Singapore? How many lessons plus co-curricular activities per week on average?
     
  4. aineemc

    aineemc New commenter

    Hi T0nyGT can you tell me the names of the 'top' schools please? I've only noticed one or two Singapore schools advertising on here over the last few weeks..
    Thanks
     
  5. APMay

    APMay New commenter

    Hi, I am a Deputy Headteacher also looking for a new challenge with my family in either Malaysia or Singapore. I have applied for a few positions recently and waiting for responses. I am only looking on TES, should I be checking any other sites? What are people's views on whether to choose Malaysia or Singapore??
    Many thanks
     
  6. T0nyGT

    T0nyGT Lead commenter

    [This comment/section/image has been removed for breaching our Community Guidelines/Terms and conditions]. Far better than TES
     
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  7. ToK-tastic

    ToK-tastic New commenter

    Either is probably far preferable to the UK if you want a few pennies left at the end of each month, nice weather, civil(ish) people, hard working students etc etc. Malaysia is better if you want a large house, maybe with a pool, lots of space etc - sort of think suburban living. SIngapore is better for the city life, but is also strangely suburban (in comparison to HK, BKK, HCMC etc). Singapore - high wages, high rents, excellent transport system, expensive to have a car etc
    I lived in Malaysia, and would prefer not to go back. I would consider Singapore, but not in preference to BKK or HKG. Different horses different courses...,
     
  8. migratingbird

    migratingbird Occasional commenter

    I've lived in both, happy to chat via PM.
     
  9. APMay

    APMay New commenter

  10. TES_Rosaline

    TES_Rosaline Administrator Staff Member

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  11. APMay

    APMay New commenter

    Hi migratingbird how am I able to PM?
     
  12. migratingbird

    migratingbird Occasional commenter

    I'll start a conversation with you. Hover over your avatar in the top right of the page and you'll see it.
     
  13. rosiecg

    rosiecg Occasional commenter


    Hi, I have been in Malaysia for 3yrs now and am always happy to answer any questions. Let me know and I will pm you.
     
  14. APMay

    APMay New commenter

    Hi Rosieg, yes that would be great. Still quite new to this so could you send me a message??
    Thanks
     
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  15. APMay

    APMay New commenter

    That's really interesting, why do you think that you would not go back to Malaysia?
     

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