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Congratulations - you’ve landed your first teaching post overseas! Your teaching career abroad will be a success, if you do your due diligence about local customs and curriculum. Adopt a traveller’s mindset as well and you’ll be off to a...
Many UK teachers dream of upping sticks and getting a job in a sunnier climate or a different culture. These commonly discussed do’s and don’ts portray the upside – and the downs – of teaching overseas
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If your duties in the classroom go above and beyond the norm and it’s in your job description, you may be eligible for an extra payment.
Ranges for headteachers and deputy heads in England, Wales, inner and outer London and fringe area.
(Unchanged from 2010)
If you’ve hit the ceiling of the main pay scale, there’s still room to improve your pay packet, if you perform well, within the upper level pay scale.
If you want to capture the attention of your future employer, you’ll need to write a succinct covering letter.
When writing a job application, remember the golden rule of writing to impress the recruiting headteacher, not yourself