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Teacher Services

As a newly arrived Australian trained teacher you will receive helpful advice and information throughout the entire registration process in the UK.

At your UK Induction, you will meet with a consultant who will brief you on what to expect while you're settling into life in the UK.

Here are just some of the benefits you'll receive in our arrival package:

  • Setting you up with a bank account
  • Help with accommodation
  • Setting you up with a National Insurance (NI) Number
  • Help with local information
  • Help with travelling in London
  • Regular social events...watch out for 'promo-emails'!

If there is anything else that Protocol Education's Teacher Services department can do to help, just let us know on TeacherServices@protocol-education.com or speak to your consultant at your induction.

Those Who Have Been There

Protocol Education runs a teacher blog, and many Australian teachers have written about their UK teaching experiences on there.
 

Protocol Education Blog

JUNE 2017 | Taking a long term approach to teaching
Alyce is an Aussie Primary teacher who took part in our September 2016 round of 'Interviews with a UK Principal.' Rather than start her role...
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MAY 2017 | Been to London, Bought the T-Shirt, Back in Sydney
Brad is an Aussie teacher who has just returned to Sydney after spending nearly 2 years living and teaching with Protocol in London! Fair to say he’s...
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A Teacher's Journey to London
Stephanie is a teacher originally from Canada, and in this latest blog she wants to give some advice (and hopefully inspiration) to other teachers from...
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Advice for Prospective UK Teachers
Mitch is one of our Australian consultants helping recruit teachers for the UK. Recently he was contacted by Camilla, a teacher who he had worked...
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5 Things UK Teaching Agencies Won't Tell You
When you’re doing your research to make your move to the UK to teach, it can be incredibly confusing.  So many agencies, so little (apparent)...
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