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Ireland

Tel: 01 4475254
Fax: 020 3219 7701
Email: ireland@protocol-education.com



Welcome to the Irish page! There are many different reasons for heading to the UK, but whatever you’re looking for, we’ll help you make a success of your teaching career once you’re there. We recruit teachers from Ireland for jobs in primary, secondary and SEN schools throughout England.

Just a few of the things Protocol Education offers you:

  • The opportunity to commence or advance your teaching career
  • Long term, short term and permanent contracts
  • Regional offices located throughout England
  • Guaranteed Work Schemes - In London we offer Guaranteed Weekly Payment Agreements & in our regional offices we offer Guaranteed Work Agreements
  • Continuing professional development courses
  • A teacher service team with years of experience to provide the support you need

Contact our Irish co-ordinator Clodagh to talk about your move to teach in England.

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