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
I like Teach In's social aspect and the partnership with jsa. Also, Steph is wonderful :)
It has been great meeting and getting to know other overseas teachers, who are in the same boat as myself.
Kyle Ellis, Canadian teacher in the UK
I really like the way Teach In staff have always kept me up to date with what is happening through the process of preparing to work in the UK. I would 100% recommend Teach In to friends.
Liam Davis - Australian Secondary Teacher in the UK
Teach In is a fantastic way to get connections with great schools, and it takes the hassle out of applying for jobs independently. I went along to the NQT event and both Sabrina and her colleague were helpful, friendly and encouraging. I felt very nervous when I first arrived, however they provided an open, fun yet professional atmosphere which instantly put me at ease. They were genuinely interested in my teaching journey so far and adapted the day to suit myself and my fellow NQTs. I was thrilled that it had been arranged for me to go and visit one of the schools that I was very interested in applying for, where I was able to meet the head teacher and the deputy head, who were both very welcoming and willing to have a professional talk with me about my time in schools so far. I feel that Teach In has helped me on my journey of becoming a teacher and I am looking forward to hopefully meeting with them again in the future. Thank you!
Melissa Baggott, Teacher
In the last 6 months I have been working closely with Teach In and seen the support they have given to their overseas teachers as part of the recruitment process. It is not just about finding the right schools for teachers who are considering their working life in the UK, but it has been impressive to witness the way they nurture candidates through the interview process and during that important early induction period when they are starting work at their new school.
Deborah Cooper, Principal, George Abbott School, Guildford, Surrey