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  • Teach in the UK

Moving to England with your family

The UK is a fantastic destination for international teachers, especially those from South Africa. South Africa is a Commonwealth country,…

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  • Teach in the UK

Have I got the rights to work in England?

There are lots of different ways to qualify to live and work in the UK. Whether through citizenship, visa, or…

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  • Teach in the UK

How much do nurseries cost in England?

In the UK, children attend school from age 4, making childcare for teachers less of a problem than pre- and…

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  • Teach in the UK

How much is a week’s grocery shop in England?

In England, the cost of living is lower than that of many other countries. For example, the cost of groceries…

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  • Teach in the UK

How does the NHS work?

The NHS in the UK One of the benefits of living in the UK is that everyone has access to…

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  • Teach in the UK

PGCE – What does it mean?

The PGCE, or Postgraduate Certificate in Education, is a one- or two-year higher education course in England, Wales, and Northern…

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  • SEND

What is Autism?

The term ‘Autism’ is shorthand for the complex developmental disability of someone living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This disorder…

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  • SEND

Supporting students with autism in the classroom

Autism is a common developmental disorder that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how…

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  • Your Career

The DfE Teachers’ Standards

The Teachers’ Standards as set out by the Department for Education (DfE) outlines the minimum requirements for teachers’ practice and…

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