Guest Blogger Tayla Jarvis: My 2 Years in London

Moving to London is overwhelming enough. Making new friends, finding a new job, figuring out the tube system and how to survive on Super Noodles until your next paycheque. Throw in all of the possible adventures right on your doorstep, and it’s easy to see how people might miss out on some of the best experiences when they’re restricted to just a 2-year stay . With my own visa coming to a close, I thought I’d share my top tips & highlights for what not to miss whilst you are calling Europe home.

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From one Antipodean to another: Advice for Aussies living in London

My Journey as an Aussie living in London

Having moved to London just under two years ago, I remember how daunting an experience it can be. Leaving family, friends and the familiarity of home isn’t easy.

However if, like me, you find the lure of travel and adventure in one of the most iconic cities in the world too tempting to pass, this blog is for you.

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London in the Summer

Summertime and the living is easy…

Though it may not feel like it entirely, the summer is fast approaching. From enjoying a fresh breath of air in one of London’s green spaces to a night on the town while the sun is still up, take a look at just a sample of the things to do in London throughout the summer.

Explore the great outdoors of London

summer london kew gardens

London has a remarkable amount of parks and green spaces just waiting for you on a sunny day. Grab a picnic blanket and head to your nearest park for a day of vitamin D, such as Richmond Park or Kensington Gardens in West London. See what Mother Nature can offer at Regent’s Park’s Rose Garden or the latest natural exhibit at Kew Gardens. If you’re by the latter, come by World Class Teachers HQ, as we’re just across the Thames.

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London in the Spring

Spring is in the air in London. The weather is warmer, the sun (occasionally) shines and the amount of things to do in London increases exponentially!

Whether you’re one of our teachers from overseas or have lived in the capital your entire life, there is always something new to see in this city.

From indulging taste buds to travelling back to the Victorian Age, see our list of fun things to do in London in the spring out of school hours.

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Top London School Trips from A to Z

London school trip ideas from Ancient History to Zoology

School trips in London give teachers a chance to visit some of the Capital’s finest museums as well as impart wisdom, especially if you are a teacher from overseas.

Whether you want to take just your class to interact with history at the Greenwich Maritime Museum or gathering the entire year on an excursion to the Tower of London, check out our top picks for London school trips.

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