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Meet with UK headteachers in Australia & New Zealand

Register your interest now for the 2018 recruitment trip

With the UK in the middle of a teacher shortage, Protocol Education is bringing UK headteachers to Australia and New Zealand to recruit directly for their schools, in locations right across England.

Interviews will take place during the September school holidays. Contact us for dates of when we will be in a town near you. Positions will commence in January and September 2019.

Don't miss this fantastic chance to secure a teaching position and learn first hand about a prospective employer.

Interested? Call us on 1800 246 436 (Aus) / 0800 857 774 (NZ) or send us your details below.

Case Study: From Australia to Southend

Five Aussie teachers take a trip to the seaside – 10,000 miles away – after succeeding in our headteacher interviews

Working together with the Learning in Harmony Trust, Protocol Education brings UK headteachers to Australia for face-to-face interviews. The Trust consists of schools based in both London and Southend-on-Sea, and while the London schools have had a long standing relationship with Protocol Education, this was the first time the Trust and Protocol Education had worked together to recruit for the schools in Southend.


The headteachers arrived in September, and after a week of interviewing teachers, the Trust offered roles in their schools to 16 different candidates.

Below, we take a look at the stories of five of those teachers, who have gone on to work and live in Southend.

“We were blown away by the quality of the candidates interviewed... it was clear what an asset many would be in our schools.”

Ashley Eastwood - Principal at the Federation of Greenways Schools


The Teachers: Hear Their Stories


Sian: 'It's changed my life'

With future plans to teach in international schools, Sian made the move to Southend to get first-hand experience of teaching the English curriculum.

Read more of Sian's story >



Tara: 'Definitely go for it'

Recently qualified, Tara left Melbourne to take up a role teaching a reception class at Greenways in Southend with dreams of travelling.

Watch Tara's video >


Caitlin: 'Send that email'

Living in Sydney made it tricky to get the practical teaching experience she needed, so Caitlin headed to the UK to advance her career.

Watch Caitlin's video >


Chris: 'Take the plunge'

After attending a Protocol Education uni seminar Chris knew that he wanted to teach in the UK, so he swapped Hervey Bay for Southend.

Watch Chris' video >



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“Working with Protocol Education has been a fantastic experience. The staff are particularly helpful and always available to answer any query.”

Teagan – moved from Melbourne to Southend


Learn more about Protocol Education:


Guaranteed work agreements

Guaranteed Work Agreements provide certainty of earnings while you are working through us on supply assignments.

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Link Video Interviews

Interview with UK headteachers before you get on the plane, and find out firsthand what they and their school can offer you.

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Teach in England FAQs

Watch videos from our ongoing series answering some of the most common questions about moving to the UK to live and teach.

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“Protocol Education has been by far the stand out teaching agency in London for me. I now know why everyone tells you to seek them out if you’re thinking of teaching in the UK.”

Sam – PE teacher, Brisbane
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