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How to... The Payroll Process
How to... The Payroll Process
If you have ever found yourself confused or bemused by timesheets or payroll processes then this is the post for you! We are pleased to announce the launch of three "How To..." guide videos which will help you get paid faster with less fuss than ever before. How to... The Payroll Process How to...  Submit Paper Timesheets How to... Submit Online Timesheets All of these videos are part o
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26/06/17
Protocol Testimonial: Kaitlin Verellen (Canada)
Protocol Testimonial: Kaitlin Verellen (Canada)
What made you decide to teach in England? - It can be difficult to find a teaching job in Ontario, so I decided to take a big step and move to England to teach. I had never had the opportunity to travel before, so it was also a great chance for me to see more of the world. Combining work with travel was perfect! I also chose England because of the similarities between Canada and England (especia
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22/06/17
Protocol Testimonial: Alyce Graham (Australia)
Protocol Testimonial: Alyce Graham (Australia)
In September 2016 I was interviewed in Melbourne by Mr. Ashley Eastwood, on behalf of the Learning in Harmony Trust. This was my first interview through Protocol Education and they were extremely helpful, sending me interview tips, a template for my application, guidance for creating an introduction video and resources on the UK Curriculum. They also provided me with information about the Trust a
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22/06/17
Protocol Testimonial: Elizabeth McCready (New Zealand)
Protocol Testimonial: Elizabeth McCready (New Zealand)
What made you decide to teach in England? - My husband and I knew we wanted to travel, and decided London would be a great place to base ourselves for a few reasons; it was easy to get the Youth Mobility Visa, and London is so close to Europe for great travel opportunities. I had already been teaching for eight years back in NZ, so it made sense to carry on over here (plus the holidays are
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22/06/17
Protocol Testimonial: Laura Nelson (Australia)
Protocol Testimonial: Laura Nelson (Australia)
What made you decide to teach in England? - I have always wanted to live and work overseas. When I was completing my Graduate Diploma of Education, I noticed that teaching agencies were advertising for Australian teachers to come to England and there was a large teaching shortage. So I thought, why not? It would be a great experience and something to look forward to after a hard year at universi
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22/06/17
Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshop
Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshop
This month Protocol Education hosted a day-long workshop on mental health and wellbeing in schools. The day was attended by teachers and support workers currently working with pupils with mental health issues and those looking to expand their career options in this area.     The day featured three speakers. Elaine Rogers is the Inclusion Manager of Eleanor Smith School that provides
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19/06/17
Protocol Education and the Learning In Harmony Trust Part 2 - The Teachers
Protocol Education and the Learning In Harmony Trust Part 2 - The Teachers
Meet the teachers who have made their way from Australia all the way to Southend-on-Sea, not somewhere many Australians would have heard of before, but somewhere they are making a real impact. Teagan is from Melbourne, Australia. A 22years-old recent graduate of Deakin University.  Teegan is enthusiastic about teaching and has a particular interest in helping students with spe
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30/05/17
Working in England - SEND intervention role
Working in England - SEND intervention role
Hannah is an Australian PE & Maths teacher who arrived to teach in the UK in early 2017. Although she’s in high demand as a secondary teacher, Hannah chose to work in a different role with Protocol in the UK. Here is her advice for overseas teachers making the move to travel & teach in London What made you decide to teach in England? I had always wanted to travel around Europ
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25/05/17
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