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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

OCTOBER 2017 | "Your teaching agency needs to be transparent"
Jacqui is an Aussie teacher who has just returned from her 2 years in the UK. She got in touch with Mitch from the Sydney office and has been able to...
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AUGUST 2017 | Aussie Dollar vs British Pound
Mitch Jones is Protocol Education’s NSW-based consultant working with Australian teachers in their move to the UK. In his latest blog he chats...
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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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