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  • A huge thank you to my Teach In consultant Raj. I am very impressed with the promptness,dedication and professionalism with which Raj works. I can confidently refer other teachers to Teach In. Thank you once again for your assistance in finding me a permanent teaching position.

    Amanpreet Kaur, Science Teacher, Hounslow, West London.
  • I had a great day at the Teach In Teacher Recruitment Day. The team worked hard to match me up with 5 schools in the areas that I was considering. I was fortunate enough to be shortlisted for all 5 schools for an observation and I am going to teaching a lesson at 2 of those schools where I hope to secure a post. The day was so informative and really helped me make the right decision on the schools that were best for me.

     

     

    Sophie Ward – Exeter University B.Ed Primary student
  • Australian teacher working in Leeds UKMoving country and basically starting a new life was always going to be daunting and nerve racking.
    Although when you have an incredible amount of support with planning and processing stages, it takes that stress away.

    The team at Teach In in Australia (Jenna and Gemma) were phenomenal in keeping in contact and ensuring my mates and I were up to date with all the forms . They were always happy to answer all questions (no matter what time of day it was).

    Before we left we had been contacted via phone and email by our UK consultant (Neil Waddington). Although the time difference was sometimes difficult to manage, again Neil was open to any questions and happy to help in any way possible. Neil kept in contact with us on how the job hunting was going and ensured there was going to be plenty of work.
    Two mates and I landed in Leeds on Thursday the 12th of January 2017. Neil greeted us at Manchester airport and drove us to our apartment in Leeds. He made us feel welcome with a night out on the town on Friday night and on the following Monday had two Job interviews each for us lined up.
    It was that Tuesday that I accepted a full time supply position at an “Outstanding school”.

    Without the help and assurance from all the staff at Teach In / Supply Desk and Neil as our on the ground consultant, there is no way that my house mates and I would have been able to land on the ground running as smoothly as we did.

    Ryan Timmermans, Australian Primary Schools Teacher working in Leeds, UK
  • Gemma Yates made contact with me after a conversation at school with our secretary about me going at Easter to visit family.  I was asked about the possibility of doing interviews with potential teachers looking to come to the UK to teach.  From my first e-mail right through to saying goodbye in Perth the organisation was faultless.  The location of the interviews was central and the facilities were very good.  It was always very professional; both e-mails and face to face.  My experience was very refreshing and it really helped me with my own CPD.  I learnt a lot from the interview day about new teacher’s expectations and also their worries.  This has made me reflect on my own practice and hopefully improve the experiences of my new and existing teachers.

    I would unreservedly recommend other head teachers to take this opportunity if it becomes available as it was something I would definitely do again if I was asked.  Also I would like to take this chance to thank Gemma for organising it all and looking after me on that day.  It was a real pleasure.

     

    Nance Wrigley, Headteacher, Oakridge Community Primary School
  • Jess McIvor, Australian teaching in BuckinghamshireWorking with Nav (in the Bucks office) was incredible not just because he got me a job (!), but because of the value he places on his relationships with the people he works with. Not only did he take the time to get to know me, but it was instantly apparent that he has an in-depth knowledge of the schools in his area. When Nav told me about a vacancy I wasn't just left to the school's website and Ofsted reports to find information out. He told me the things you can't get from a website - what the Head was like, how the school is regarded in the community, and his knowledge of their philosophy after years of working with them. When you're trying to find a job from the other side of the world, this kind of first-hand insight is priceless. I worked with several agencies when I was job hunting but can honestly say Nav was the one to place me because he was the BEST.

    Jess McIvor, Australian teacher working in Buckinghamshire, UK