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Amy's Testimonial: 4 Months in London, What an Experience!

28/08/18

I have been living in London for 4 months now. What an experience!

Sam was instrumental in setting me up with all my paperwork before leaving. She was supportive and always willing to answer millions of questions I had - big or small. Once I arrived in London, the process of induction was smooth and made me feel comfortable in starting my new job. Teaching over here is very different to teaching back home, but despite challenges I have met so many supportive and helpful teachers, great children and got to see a different approach to teaching.

Amy Hinkins, Primary teacher from Victoria, Australia GWA candidate and £500 Bonus recipient

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