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Dabee
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Dear all,

My collegues and I have been looking into teaching in the UK, but don't really know much about it.
Here are the websites we've come across:

www.locumgroup.com www.medway.gov.uk www.capitaers.co.uk www.eteach.com

Does anyone want to take the time to let us in on a little bit? Someone who's perhaps been to Canada
and could do a comparison?

For example,
- living expenses, utilities, groceries, transportation, approximate costs
- teaching methods/philosophy, curriculum, materials
- which areas are good to be in?

Any input would be great, thanx! (= dabee
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Jo L
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For all UK education news go to www.tes.co.uk here you will also find tonnes of job adverts. Can
search by location etc to make it all easier and explains pay rates etc.

Jo
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Dabee
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The problem is, we don't know what locations are good....

"Jo L" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
[q1]> For all UK education news go to www.tes.co.uk here you will also find[/q1]
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[q1]> of job adverts. Can search by location etc to make it all easier and explains pay rates etc.[/q1]
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"dabee" <[email protected] > wrote in message
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[q1]> The problem is, we don't know what locations are good....[/q1]

What are your definitions of good - do you want to be able to afford a house? If so avoid leafy
suburbs of London/London itself! Dependsa if you want to be near the sea? mountains? I like living
in Somerset - but SOmerset don't have 11-18 schools as a rule, so that may be a prob for you - dunno
- need more details!!

Jo
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Dabee
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What's 11-18 schools? We have from intermediate elementary up to high school experience. that would
be about age 8-18 ... ?

Good location as in, not seedy, um. affordable living, and close to amenities.... not a farm ... not
in the heart of the city cos i think it's too expensive, right? my friends and i want to rent a
house, the 4 of us.

"Jo L" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
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[q1]> "dabee" <[email protected] > wrote in message[/q1]
[q1]> news:[email protected]...[/q1]
[q2]> > The problem is, we don't know what locations are good....[/q2]
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[q1]> What are your definitions of good - do you want to be able to afford a house? If so avoid leafy[/q1]
[q1]> suburbs of London/London itself! Dependsa if[/q1]
you
[q1]> want to be near the sea? mountains? I like living in Somerset - but SOmerset don't have 11-18[/q1]
[q1]> schools as a rule, so that may be a prob for[/q1]
you -
[q1]> dunno - need more details!! Jo[/q1]
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