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Best places to live in London? - East London Rulezz
Best places to live in London? - East London Rulezz
Uprooting your life is a big decision, HUGE decision really. Before you decide to move across the world there are lots of factors to consider, many sleepless nights, and, if you’re anything like me, countless pro/con lists to make. So you’ve taken the plunge, and have decided to take the amazing opportunity to teach overseas, now that this “easy” decision is out of the w
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16/10/17
So happy I chose East London
So happy I chose East London
Natasha moved to East London and is so happy with her choice that she decided to encourage others to do the same. Moving out to London, I looked into houses/rooms that were decently priced, and close ish to central London. I had been informed that in commuting most places, you could plan to be at least 30-45 minute, so South Woodford seemed like an excellent starting point. I had been warned t
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09/10/17
Wanderlust - From Sydney to London
Wanderlust - From Sydney to London
  Yang-En decided to leave Sydney and combine all of her passions - Traveling, Teaching and Art - • What made you decide to teach in England?Wanderlust! I’d been wanting to see more of the world for a long time – but had become a bit stuck in my life in Australia. I wasn’t particularly set on England necessarily, but I was able to get an ancestry visa to
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04/10/17
Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
Nathan is an Aussie teacher who has recently moved to Cambridge and decided to share his experience and tips.   After five years of Supply Teaching and temporary assignments in Australia I grew rather weary of not having my own classes. Further than that, I wanted to further my career knowing that the experience should reap rewards when I did want to return to my home country. I chose P
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19/09/17
Protocol Testimonial: From Perth to London
Protocol Testimonial: From Perth to London
Ellen is a Grade 3 Teacher who moved from Perth to London to pursue her teaching career. She had some nice words to say about working with Protocol. Teaching in the London had been a long time dream of mine since the beginning of my teaching career. I was unaware that in the UK many teachers are hired through agencies, there came the difficult decision to picking which agency I felt was be
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15/09/17
Protocol Testimonial: Erin (New Zealand)
Protocol Testimonial: Erin (New Zealand)
Erin is a registered nurse from New Zealand, but when she headed off on her OE, she went down the education path and was a popular classroom support worker in London. Find out her top tips for making the most out of your travels....   What made you decide to work in England? I was really ready for a new challenge and a change of scene. My partner had set himself up in London working thr
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08/09/17
Protocol Testimonial: Alana & Rory (Australia)
Protocol Testimonial: Alana & Rory (Australia)
    Alana & Rory - 2 new grads from the University of Newcastle who moved into a 1 bed flat in Shepherds Bush at the start of 2017 What made you decide to teach in England?  Primarily, I decided to teach in England, (and also I’m sure the same for every other overseas trained teacher), for the amazing travel opportunities and for the  simple fact that London
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17/08/17
Protocol Testimonial: Gabi (New Zealand)
Protocol Testimonial: Gabi (New Zealand)
Here’s some great feedback from one of our New Zealand Primary teachers who is currently living in Bristol. What made you decide to teach in England? Living abroad is something that has been on my list for a very long time, and England is a good place to be based due to the 2 year working visa available to Kiwis, the demand for primary teachers here and all the opportunities for travel
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19/07/17
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