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Teaching in the far east

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by Alec2005, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. Just remember that if you go as NQT, you won't be able to complete your statutory induction, and you will have to do it when you return to UK, no matter how many years you will have taught abroad. So posts you can apply for back in UK will be limited because of your need for induction.
    Unless you are going to spend all your teaching career abroad or only teach in private schools on your return, there is much to be said for completing your induction here first before venturing abroad.
     

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