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£500 Arrival Bonus - Sign Up Now!

Receive an amazing bonus of £500 after completing your first term's work

From local Canadian consultants to guaranteed work options and no umbrella company signup, there are plenty of great reasons to choose Protocol Education when heading to the UK to teach.

And now, if you take a long-term position with a school or sign up to a Guaranteed Work Agreement for daily supply before you arrive in the UK, then we’ll pay you a £500 bonus. 

That's £500 to spend in any way you choose - it's completely up to you!

Take the first step - call us on 1-877-562-3658 or send us your details below.

“I would recommend Protocol Education in a heartbeat. The assistance from Canada was wonderful”


Anna-Maria – primary teacher, Quebec

 

Learn more about Protocol Education:

 

Guaranteed work agreements

Guaranteed Work Agreements provide certainty of earnings while you are working through us on supply assignments.

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Link Video Interviews

Interview with UK headteachers before you get on the plane, and find out firsthand what they and their school can offer you.

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Teach in England FAQs

Watch videos from our ongoing series answering some of the most common questions about moving to the UK to live and teach.

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Terms and Conditions:

  • Long-term positions and Guaranteed Work Agreement must be for a full school term duration.
  • All guaranteed work agreements and long-term job offers must be accepted and signed prior to departure.
  • Offer applies to first term of work only, with only one bonus payment per applicant.
  • You must complete a minimum of 40 days of paid work in the term to be eligible for the £500 bonus.
  • Pro rata bonuses for shorter periods may be offered at the discretion of Protocol Education.
  • This offer does not require you to be paid through an Umbrella Company.

 

 

“My consultant when I was still living in Canada was amazing and I am so thankful for her and how helpful she was during the entire process.”

Kellie – primary teacher, Ontario
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