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SEND Work
SEND Work
  This is Kieran’s first hand account of his tough, tiring but extremely rewarding work in a SEND School and why every day is worth it.   My first assignment offered to me by Protocol was with a SEND school in Cambridge. I was extremely excited about getting work so quickly and having it available long term if I wanted it. Not having too much experience in SEND work I gl
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21/03/17
Teaching Abroad
Teaching Abroad
Stephanie, one of our bubbly Canadian Primary Teachers, arrived from Toronto in September 2016 and settled into East London. This is her story about exploring the UK and Europe while supply teaching. Congratulations, you have made the first step into the unknown territory of teaching abroad, research. No matter what moving away and stepping out of your comfort zone will always be di
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21/03/17
Laughing In Harmony
Laughing In Harmony
Do you enjoy a good laugh? We do at Protocol Education, so much so that when we heard the jokes from pupils and staff from Learning In Harmony Trust schools were putting together for their Comic Relief fundraising joke book we had to take part. Protocol Education employees even provided a few jokes which made the final cut to be included in the book,  and we were more than happy to cov
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20/03/17
Teach in England FAQs – When to Arrive
Teach in England FAQs – When to Arrive
In this video, our New Zealand consultant Claire looks at one of the most common questions for someone considering work in the UK: 'When is the best time to go?' Part of our ongoing 'Teach in England FAQ' video series, answering some of the common questions about moving to England to teach.
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15/03/17
From Canada to England
From Canada to England
This is a picture of me in Salzburg, Austria. One of the most beautiful places I have ever been to - Kellie • What made you decide to teach in England? I really wanted to travel and work at the same time. England was that perfect opportunity. Not only is the work constant and good pay rate, it is also so close to Europe which makes travelling so much easier and cheaper! I love Canad
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14/03/17
Top Tips – Autism and Eye Contact
Top Tips – Autism and Eye Contact
Hear from one of our regular CPD trainers, Laura, with an important point to consider when working with autistic pupils. Part of our ongoing 'Top Tips' series, covering all aspects of education and recruitment.
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09/03/17
Shooting Hoops with Protocol Education
Shooting Hoops with Protocol Education
Members of Protocol Education's Leicester branch were delighted to deliver a new basketball kit to Manor High School team just in time for their semi-final appearance in the local cup competition. Although a relatively new client, Manor High have built up a great relationship with consultant Leigh Edwards who was there to deliver the kit and see the team in action. Leigh said "It's great to
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08/03/17
Half Term Holidays
Half Term Holidays
  A massive pull for many overseas Teachers and TAs to work in the UK are the amazing travel opportunities. With that in mind, our candidates are eligible for fantastic discounts and offers with 10 great travel companies. Keep reading for a brief insight into what three of our fantastic educators got up to over the February half term and how you can get your hands on those all impor
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07/03/17
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS