Supply teaching in Bristol, England has been, with out a doubt, a valuable experience for me. I know that skills such as classroom management, relationship building, and lesson delivery will transfer seamlessly when I return to teach in Canada. Not only does teaching abroad in the UK help develop you as a teacher it also develops you as a person.
Brady, teacher in Bristol
One thing nice about the curriculum structure here is how the schools have predetermined schedules for topic learning through the year, which can really help a new teacher when it comes to timetables and long range planning as it's mostly established for you. That being said, there is still a lot of flexibility in terms of what you teach and cover in the topic.
Abigail, teacher in Cambridge
The number one advice that I would give future teachers is to keep an open mind during the process and being flexible. Also, another piece of advice that I would give future teachers is join groups in your community because it can be challenging to meet people in a new city. The application process went smoothly because I had a lot of help and support from Randstad.
Amanda, teacher in Cambridge
Over the past six months I have been making the transition from teaching in Canada to teaching in East Yorkshire, UK. This was a daunting prospect and a huge decision. In January I applied for jobs via Randstad and several other local agencies, and was promptly contacted by my consultant who did the most to facilitate my move and made my transition seamless.
Kit, teacher in Hull
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