Have you always dreamed of travelling but didn’t know how to do it on a teacher’s salary?
What if we told you that you could not only visit a new place but also live there and get paid for it? The way to do it is to get a job teaching overseas, and The United Kingdom is a great place to consider if you want to work as a teacher. With no language barrier, excellent infrastructure and a variety of schools to choose from, the UK is a very promising option for teachers.
The advantages of being a teacher in the UK
Lots of opportunities: There are a lot of job opportunities in the UK. You can choose from a wide variety of schools and colleges in different parts of the country. If you prefer city life, then the cities like London and Manchester have no shortage of educational institutions. If you prefer a small town, you will be sure to find a quaint place in England or the rest of the UK.
There are opportunities for teachers of different subjects and grade levels. When you are sure about what you are looking for, it won’t be hard to find it. With over 6000 teaching jobs available in the UK, the country welcomes qualified teachers from overseas for long-term positions.
Diversity: Not just in the cities like London but where ever you decide to teach in the UK, you will experience diversity in all its glory. Different cultures and ethnicities all come together in a vibrant mix in schools in the UK. You will meet colleagues from all over the globe and even make some great friends. There is always a lot to learn, new foods to try and new cultures to experience. Teachers in the UK come from every corner of the planet.
Access to technology: In the year 2000, a significant fund was allotted to revamp the education system in the UK. With the help of these funds, classrooms were given a makeover with smartboards and other technological innovations to aid and improve teaching methods. Many of the schools in the UK provide teachers with a variety of resources to make the teaching experience more enjoyable for both the teacher and the students.
Activities: As a teacher in the UK, you have access to facilities like the Staff Club which many schools have where teachers can come together to play sports. The UK is a land with a rich cultural history; when you need a break from the classroom, you can tour the countryside, the castles, London, Oxford and so much more.
Why choose Point to Point?
Moving to a new country can be a little intimidating especially if it is your first time. With Point to Point, you have a reliable support system that can help you every step of the way. Right from the onset, we help you find your dream job, help you with settling in and assist you in any other way you require. What’s more, we don’t abandon you once you have got settled in. You can always call on us whenever you need help with something.
If for any reason you are not happy with the school or the teaching position that you are in, you can count on us to help you relocate. We tailor our services to suit your needs perfectly when it comes to you teaching abroad. Teaching in the UK can be extremely rewarding, and we are here to make sure that you enjoy all the benefits.
Our organisation is made up of teachers who have taught abroad. We know how the system works, and that’s why we are the best people to help you. We understand all the ups and downs, the ins and outs that being a teacher and living abroad brings. We are here to help make your move as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
We are associated with a vast number of schools in the UK, and we complete all your formalities right here in Australia and New Zealand before you leave. When you head for the new lands, you already have a job in hand, and there is no stress and guesswork about what your future holds. Contact us today to speak to one of our consultants for more information, or if you’re ready for an adventure, fill out our instant assessment form here and we’ll get in touch with to you.
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