The teachers we employ on a contract for services fall into two main catagories. Teachers from the EEA (European Economic Area) who have QTS (Qualified teacher Status). We also employ overseas trained teachers these have UK Naric Equivalence. In all cases we try to complete the necessary checks as quickly as possible to get you work.
For those who have qualified in the EEA or are UK trained. We can offer a very attractive package. Work in local schools.
PLEASE NOTE: The following routes to working in the UK are for guidance only, before travelling to the UK you should contact your nearest British Embassy, or Immigration & Nationality Directorate.
Working Holidaymakers: If you are between 17 and 24 years you can travel to the UK for an extended holiday of up to two years and you may do part-time or casual work.
Right of Abode: All British citizens and certain Commonwealth citizens have the right of abode in the UK. If you have a British parent you may be eligible to apply for a British passport and work without restriction in the UK.
Ancestry: Commonwealth citizens with a British grandparent may be allowed to work in the UK for up to 4 years.
Spouses: If you are married to a Bristish national or your spouse has dual nationality you would normally be entitled to work in the UK.
EEA Nationals: European Community law gives EEA nationals a right to live and work in the UK.
Work Permits: If you are not eligible to work in the UK based on the above criteria you may be eligible for a work permit. Applications for work permits can only be made by a prospective employer in the UK and other qualifying criteria may apply.
To teach in the UK your qualifications have to be equivalent to UK standards. To check this contact UK Naric.
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