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    • Where will your teaching career take you?

      No overseas teaching adventure is complete without incredible memories and lifelong friendships. Your teaching position in England will be on Europe’s doorstep, making it the ideal base for weekend trips and school breaks to stunning locations and cultural hotspots. A short train ride or flight will see you in a whole new world of adventure – and our meetups and social events in England are a great place to meet your next travel companion.

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    • Schools

      We’re always looking to fill an abundance of roles in our UK schools, especially within Maths, Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry teaching areas.

    • Early Years

    • Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is suitable for children from birth to 5 years old. Children are generally taught through play and games. Children will learn vital life skills including:

      • Physical development
      • Mathematics
      • Literacy
      • Social, personal and emotional development
      • Communication
      • Expressive art.

      Progress is reviewed when the child is between 2 and 3 years old, with children being assessed at the end of the school year in which they turn 5.

    • Primary

    • The United Kingdom divides schools into Key Stages. Primary school aged children attend KS1 and KS2.

      KS1 is Years 1 to 2, for 5 – 7-year-old children. In Year 2 children have SATS in Numeracy, Science, and Literacy. KS2 is Years 3 to 6, for 7 – 11-year-old children. In Year 6, children have SATS in Science, Numeracy, and Literacy.

    • Secondary

    • Secondary school in the United Kingdom covers key stages 3, 4, and 5. Students in key stages 3 and 4 work for their General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE). Stage 3 is for those who are 11 to 14 years old, Stage 4 is for 14 to 16-year-olds.

      Stage 5 is known as the A Levels, AS Levels, NVQ’s or HND’s. This is for students who are 16 to 18 years old. This is the main secondary school leaving qualification in the United Kingdom.

    • Special Needs

    • Special education needs and disabilities education is referred to SEND in the UK. Children who need special needs often need assistance with:

      • Reading and writing
      • Physical activity
      • Socialisation
      • Comprehension
      • Concentrating on certain tasks

      The Information, Advice and Support Service can give more advice about SEND.

    • Faith Based

    • Faith Based schools within the United Kingdom still teach the general curriculum, but the schools will have links to religious characters or religious organisations. Faith based schools are often state funded, however, they can sometimes be independent. Students of the particular faiths are often given priority at these schools. However, if positions are unable to be filled, state-funded schools must admit other applicants to fill these vacant spots.

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