Hello, . I have had a fairly unique career path so far but am a career educator. I started out as a Secondary Media and English teacher in London where I had a TLR as Head of Media (from my second year until I left) and was there for 7 terms. I had always wanted to live in another country and after completing 2 years in my first post took a job teaching English in Japan as that was the country at the top of my list. It was the first job I saw and applied for and it was a fun learning experience but was not very professional and had no future. I wasn’t ready to leave Japan and joined an international preschool as a K3 teacher (5-6yrs) having really enjoyed teaching younger learners in the previous year. I have been working for the same school for 10 years as a teacher, manager, trainer, recruiter and marketer so have accrued lots of skills over that time. I have felt it is time to move on for a year or two now and am considering a return to the UK or another international school but I’m not sure where I may fit! I’m happy teaching any age group but I’m most interested in returning to the secondary level. I have a good overall knowledge of the educational process from 18 months upwards and a lot of ESL knowledge too. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice about my suitability for either secondary or primary roles, HOD etc? How I may be viewed having not taught at secondary level for 10 years? I’d also be very interested to hear about any experiences of moving with a family between nations and all that entails.