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05-05-2015

JP has recently moved to London and he has spotted some differences! You might have spotted a few of these yourself!  Yesterday officially marked my first 2 weeks here in London. All I can say so far is “Wow, that was quick!”. I figured...

Tags: JP, Canada, London

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: A Canadian Living in London


21-01-2015

Amelie moved to the UK a little over 3 months ago. She shares with us decision to come and the experiences she has had so far.  I have been living and teaching in London for 3 months now, but my relationship with Protocol Education started 5 years...

Tags: Amelie, Canada, supply

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: A French Canadian in London


22-11-2013

Orianne is a Canadian teacher who is based in Bristol. Like many of our International teachers, they get asked to make comparisons between the schools here and back home. Orianne shares one big difference she has found since teaching...

Tags: Orianne, Protocol Education, Learning, Alphabet Soup, Spelling, Classroom, Canada, Bristol

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Alphabet Soup


01-04-2014

Lauren is a Canadian-trained primary teacher who works for Protocol Education's Surrey team. Lauren is a very organised person and she explains the challenges she has found with organisation and supply teaching. And then I became a supply teacher... You...

Tags: LaurenK, Canada, LondonSouth, Canadian-trained, supply, challenges, overcome, organise, preparation, flexibility

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: And Then I Became a Supply Teacher


22-11-2013

Heather is a Primary Teacher from Canada who is currently working in London through Protocol Education. Heather usually write about Youtube videos she has come across, but in her latest blog she talks about Breaking Bad, the questions...

Tags: Heather, Canada, Protocol Education, Teaching, Breaking Bad, Questions, Classroom, Learning

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Breaking Bad


17-05-2014

Lauren is a Canadian-trained primary teacher who works for Protocol Education's Surrey team. Lauren has recently taken on a long-term role, however it wasn't easy coming to her decision and there were many things she...

Tags: LaurenK, Canada, LondonSouth, Surrey, Canadian-trained, overseas, choices, opportunities, long-term, short-term, daily, supply, decisions

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Choosing Between Long-term and Supply


04-03-2015

Amy has moved from one London to another! In her debut blog she shares her experiences and offers advice to those considering the move.  When I first decided to move to London, UK (which needs to be differentiated from my hometown of London,...

Tags: AmyS, Teaching, Canada, London, Watford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Choosing Between Supply Teaching and a Long Term


15-12-2014

Stuck for gift ideas this Christmas? Daniela has a few ideas for those heading back to their families overseas.  Holiday gift ideas for supply teachers travelling back to Canada Buying for my Canadian family and friends has become quite...

Tags: DanielaB, Canada, LondonSouth, Canadian-trained

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Christmas Gift Ideas


08-12-2014

What happens when you've finished studying your chosen career and find there isn't a job for you? Go back to school? Look at what jobs are available and where the funding may lie? Heather explores this further.  Universities are competitive...

Tags: Heather, Canada, London, Australia

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Competition for Institutions


09-12-2014

Melissa looks back on her decision to teach in England and discusses how our Guaranteed Work Agreement worked for her.  Crossing the Pond Part 1: Guaranteed Work Agreement Where do I start? Making the decision to move abroad and teach...

Tags: Melissa, Canada, London

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Crossing the Pond Part 1 Guaranteed Work Agreement


28-05-2014

Laura reminds us we should always make a good impression as you never know when a day of daily supply may turn into a long-term position.  As schools are constantly needing and changing staff members, any day of supply work is a chance to...

Tags: LauraR, Canada, Cambridge, Canadian-trained, supply, interviews, daily

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Daily Supply Work and the Informal Interview


28-01-2014

Heather is a Primary Teacher from Canada who is currently working in London through Protocol Education. Heather shares with us the experience of visiting the makings behind Harry Potter, and how her children began to discover a world...

Tags: Heather, Canadian-trained, Harry-Potter, experiences, cinema, teaching, alternatives, London, Canada, 3D,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Experience the Making of Harry Potter


12-03-2015

Halli is feeling a sense of achievement after completing a month on London! Despite having a little trouble finding the right place to live we think she has landed on her feet and will be just fine! First month in London COMPLETE! What beautiful...

Tags: Halli, Canada, London

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: First Month in London


08-12-2014

Sometimes having another adult in the room can put you off as Jessica explains in her latest blog. They can also be a great resources! When I was a student teacher, the most stressful part of my practicum was having to teach in front of another...

Tags: JessicaM, London, Canada, Uxbridge, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Getting the Most From Your Teaching Assistant


14-03-2014

Daniela is Canadian primary teacher who made the move to the UK and teaches with our South London branch. In her debut blog, she gives an insight into what she has found to be the some differences between Canada and the UK, in particular London.  I...

Tags: DanielaB, Canada, LondonSouth, Canadian-trained, supply, teaching, living, difficulties, getting-settled, differences, London, concerns

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Home Away From Home


16-06-2014

This week is National Supply Teacher Week and we have taken a moment to interview some teachers about their experiences as a supply teacher.  1. What do you love about doing supply work? I love the variety that I have each week. A variety...

Tags: DanielaB, Canada, London, Canadian-trained, supply, NSTW

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Interview with a Supply Teacher - Daniela


01-11-2013

Shawna is a Canadian-trained Primary Teacher who is a supply teacher based in London. In her second blog she reflects on her first few weeks in London.  Is it Just Me?!?!....Nope! Months of preparation, hours of packing,...

Tags: Shawna, Protocol Education, Supply Teaching, Moving, Canada, Teacher, London, Canadian

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Is it Just Me? Nope!


06-10-2014

We haven't heard from heather in awhile as she finsihed up in the UK and has been travelling. She shares something she has found while travelling in Australia.  It’s been a while since I’ve written my last blog. As I’ve...

Tags: Heather, Canada, London,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Language Slurs


18-02-2015

Halli has moved from Canada to teach in London. She shares her experience of what is was like getting ready to move and settling.  So excited to share my teaching experience with Protocol Education in London. I am a recent graduate out of York...

Tags: Halli, Canada, London

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Making the Move to London


08-10-2014

Dave has recently moved from Canada to the UK and in his debut blog he gives us an introduction to him and his initial thoughts of settling in.  I have decided to start a blog, so I thought the first entry should be somewhat of an introduction...

Tags: DaveM, Canada, Leicester

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Meet Dave


27-11-2013

Protocol Education talks to.... a Canadian teacher! Fatema is a Canadian primary teacher working in London. Recently, Protocol Education touched base with her to see how she is getting on. Protocol Education: Where are you based and...

Tags: Protocol Education, Fatema, Teacher, London, Canada, Clapham, Primary, Interview

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Protocol Education talks to.... a Canadian teacher!


24-11-2014

Jessica provides you with some questions you should consider asking yourself and your potential school before you take on a long-term position.  Being offered a long-term teaching position is a wonderful thing! For a daily supply teacher,...

Tags: JessicaM, London, Canada, Uxbridge, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Long-Term Supply Position


19-11-2014

Have you had that feeling of London being your home? Lauren has and also has some advice for those feeling a little homesick.  I remember my friend turning to me as our plane was about to land back in London and saying “How odd . . ....

Tags: LaurenK, Canada, London,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Returning to a New Home


11-05-2014

Daniela is Canadian primary teacher who made the move to the UK and teaches with our South London branch. Daniela has made the delibrate choice to continue with supply teaching. Find out why in her latest blog. Supply work suits me When...

Tags: DanielaB, Canada, LondonSouth, Canadian-trained, supply, loves, perks, learning, travel

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Supply Work Suits Me


02-10-2014

Jessica joins our blogging team and shares who you can use a 'cheat-sheet' as a supply teacher.  Surviving Supply: Creating School Information Cheat-Sheets Walking into a new classroom every day can be a daunting task. Each school...

Tags: JessicaM, London, Canada, Uxbridge, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Surviving Supply


27-10-2014

Jessica explains how we should move into 2014 and use electronic devices help us out when we are supply teaching.  Surviving Supply: Electronic Ease It’s Monday morning. You get a call from Protocol Education asking you to cover...

Tags: JessicaM, London, Canada, Uxbridge, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Surviving Supply: Electronic Ease


14-10-2014

Dave has returned with his second blogs. He explores the decision of becoming a teacher, a decision that bears great responsibility. To Be, Or Not To Be?: Part 1 of 2 This entry is aimed at someone thinking of becoming a teacher or for...

Tags: DaveM, Canada, Leicester

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: To Be, Or Not To Be


17-11-2014

Daniela is Canadian primary teacher who made the move to the UK and teaches with our South London branch. She gives us a quick review of two places she has discovered and now on her top list of places to visit.  I find that a top travel...

Tags: DanielaB, Canada, LondonSouth, Canadian-trained, supply, living, teaching, travel, Paris, Dublin, experiences

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Top Travel Destinations


27-10-2014

Want to get your supply day running more smootly? Try out these tips from Lauren when you head back after half term.  In every event, it is always helpful to know little tips and tricks that can get you further and save you time. There are...

Tags: LaurenK, Canada, London,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Tricks of the Trade


08-05-2015

Halli gives us an update on how her teaching is going in the UK and she had the time of her life in her schools! Getting to different schools for a couple weeks now has been a really promising experience for me. I have really noticed my levels...

Tags: Halli, Canada, London, Watford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Work Experience and Trial Days


31-10-2014

Heather further discusses the use of language is the her home country and her current residence, and the challenges that can arise when it comes to testing.  Ye Olde English - the classes that exist invisibly but not! In Canada, there...

Tags: Heather, Canada, London, Australia

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Ye Olde English


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