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Now you’ve made the decision to head off on your Working Holiday, it’s time to start thinking about your teaching options, and what category_id of work  is going to suit you better. Some of our teachers want the security of having a position arranged before they go, and others are seeking a break from the paperwork and want the freedom of relief teaching (or daily supply as the UK calls it).
What to do!? Let’s weigh up both sides
In a long term position
• You have your own class, and the relationships that come with that
• You get to know the students and the staff, and become part of the community – it’s a great way to really get into British life!
• You’ll also learn a lot more about the UK curriculum, and have references to come back home with, and it looks great on your CV.
• And long term work can be reflected in your pay scale once you are back home
On the other hand, daily supply
• Offers you the freedom of being in control of your week – you can take a long weekend off whenever you like!
• Get to see a good variety of schools, and the different systems
• Puts you out there for good long term opportunities in the future
• Means no report writing

If you are interested in teaching in the UK, please click here to register with Protocol Education.
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