To teach in the UK, you are required to obtain working rights through UK Immigration. Most commonly, this will be the Tier 5 - Youth Mobility Visa. The application process can be a bit daunting and can leave you a bit puzzled if you haven't had much experience with lengthy immigration documents.
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I have been teaching for four and a half years in Australia and moved to London at the start of July. I found my transition from teaching in Aus to teaching in the UK made so much easier through anzuk. The staff have been very helpful and easy to work with, especially when getting me ready to teach as soon as I arrived, as well as finding me suitable schools to teach at. I would highly recommend using anzuk for any teachers wanting to move to and teach in London.
At first I thought it was too good to be true. A whole company devoted to helping teachers find placements? It felt really natural speaking to my consultant. I could tell you guys make a real effort in trying to get the right educator in the right classroom, and I would definetly recommend Scoot to anyone. - Emma
I came over wanting to do day-to-day supply and ended up taking a long-term position in a secondary school that has been extremely supportive. Just recently, I obtained sponsorship from my school to remain teaching in the U.K. so that I can continue my adventure.- Liana
The below blog is intended to support you in the ‘why’ of filming your own personal statement to present to UK school leaders. If you would prefer to skip to… Read More
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NZ Lockdown = London Reflection Returning home to a nationwide lockdown was not quite how I imagined my 2 and a half week New Zealand holiday would go. Beaches, BBQs,… Read More
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The below is a transcription from our “COVD-19: UK Schools Q&A” held on 25th March, 2020 GMT. If you would prefer to watch the video, please scroll to the end… Read More
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