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Uxbridge Candidates give Protocol Education the Thumbs Up!
Uxbridge Candidates give Protocol Education the Thumbs Up!
Lots of praise for the consultants of  Protocol Education in Uxbridge! Our teachers and support workers have a lot to say about what is like to work for the Protocol Education teams in the Uxbridge office. “Whenever I have needed help there has always been somebody in the Uxbridge office who answered my call and made my life easier. A nice voice at 7 a.m with their "Are you availa
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27/01/17
Essex Schools' Praise for Protocol Education
Essex Schools' Praise for Protocol Education
Protocol Education's Chelmsford Primary and Secondary teams have received three terrific testimonials from schools across Essex recently.  Here's what the schools had to say: "Protocol has been providing us with long-term agency supply staff for the past 4 years and more recently daily supply.  I have found all the staff extremely helpful.  In particular, I have found I
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25/11/16
Two Fantastic Testimonials from Leeds Schools
Two Fantastic Testimonials from Leeds Schools
Two Leeds schools were recently moved to write testimonials for the outstanding service they have received from Protocol Education's Lizzie Mounsey. Here's what they had to say: 'Lizzie has taken the time to build a strong working relationship and is on hand 24hrs a day' “I have worked with Lizzie for the last 3 years and I have been impressed with her professionalism and dedication to s
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24/11/16
Why I decided to teach in the UK
Why I decided to teach in the UK
Shabtika is a Protocol teacher who is originally from Canada. She will commence a long term teaching position in Surrey this September. Her debut blog is about why she is moving to the UK to teach and the job shortage in British Columbia, Canada. After graduating from the B.Ed program it is not easy for a new teacher to find a teaching job in British Columbia. For every new j
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07/09/15
Goodbye Australia - Hello London
Goodbye Australia - Hello London
Fiona give us an insight to how she was feeling upon making the life-changing decision to move to the UK to teach.  Saying goodbye isn't easy. I was dreading the inevitably of leaving friends and family for an indefinite period of time. However, I found that the anticipation was far more difficult than the reality. In the days and weeks leading up to my departure I was already feeling homes
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19/05/15
Queensland Kindergarten Teacher to Year Two Interventionist in England
Queensland Kindergarten Teacher to Year Two Interventionist in England
Sheridan has recently moved to the UK and has taken on a very different role to what she thought she would be doing!  Before I came to the UK, I was a Queensland Kindergarten teacher for 18 months, always with an idea of coming to the UK after completing my first 18 months of teaching. My 18 months went by like a flash and before I knew it, it was time to start preparing myself for my big m
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30/03/15
Making the Move to London
Making the Move to London
Halli has moved from Canada to teach in London. She shares her experience of what is was like getting ready to move and settling.  So excited to share my teaching experience with Protocol Education in London. I am a recent graduate out of York University in Toronto. With the job count on the minimal at the moment in Ontario, I wanted to use my love of travel and teaching to fit my intere
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18/02/15
Canberra to Cambridge
Canberra to Cambridge
Kaitlin has recently arrived in the UK and is keen to share her experiences and her expectations of moving here. We wonder if it has matched up?  A little over a year ago, I was having coffee in Canberra, Australia with a uni friend when the idea of moving overseas came into the conversation. We both loved the idea of moving to England. The fact that we were both one year away from gradua
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18/02/15
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