What I wish I knew before moving to London

Living & Teaching in London – what you need to know   Time and time again we are sent enquires about teachers moving to London – from questions about National Insurance to advice on where to live. We got together will our international teachers and asked them one question: What was it you wish you […]

5 Not to Miss Day Trips from London

Top 5 London day trips As the February Half Term approaches, now is the time to embrace the week off and explore the areas around London. If you are a teacher from overseas, like many of our fellow supply teachers from Australia and New Zealand, our handy guide to sightseeing outside of London should help […]

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 […]

Tara Takes Teaching to New Heights

Teachers do more than just teach! We are so happy and proud of one of our very own ‘World Class Teachers’, Tara Kaur. She recently scaled Mount Kilimanjaro for children’s charity ‘Wish Upon a Star’. We received the following email from Tara earlier this week, and wanted to share with you her achievements. Here’s what […]

Why You Should Teach in London

Reasons teaching in London is the best If you are looking for teaching experience and a fresh challenge, teaching in London is an excellent experience – but don’t just take our word for it. A large number of UK schools and colleges accept freshly qualified teachers – with completed probationary periods –  from around the […]

World Class Sport: Mixed Touch Rugby in London

Love sport, friendly competition, and good old team repartee? Then World Class Teachers needs you! Throughout spring and summer, we support our very own mixed touch rugby team in the London In2Touch and O2 touch competitions. Games are usually held at King George Park in Wandsworth or on Clapham Common on a Tuesday, Wednesday or […]

London's Best Food Markets

The Top Food Markets in London Everybody needs to eat, but in London it’s not just a necessity – it’s a passion! If you’re a real foodie, you’ll love the spectacular array of cuisines available in the hundreds of restaurants and bistros all over the city. But where London really shines is its vast selection […]

Congratulations Team Keane!

Last Friday we sponsored Team Keane as they set off down the Thames to raise money for the Junior Rowing Project, an initiative which aims to give children from all backgrounds and of all abilities the chance to try their hand at rowing. After the race we received word from one of the Ladies Eight […]

The Junior Rowing Project and Team Keane Ladies Eight

World Class Teachers are proud to sponsor Team Keane in a fundraising event for their Junior Rowing Project this Friday 28th March. If you’re not busy tomorrow, head to the banks of the Thames to cheer on the Ladies Eight as they propel themselves down the 8 mile course – all the way from Chiswick […]

Calling all Chocoholics!!

Teachers love teaching… and chocolate It’s no secret that we love all things chocolate here at World Class Teachers! Naturally, we were very excited when one of our lovely teachers and fellow chocoholics, Erik told us about his work with Fairtrade company ‘Divine Chocolate’. Who are Divine Chocolate? Divine Chocolate has been selling Fairtrade chocolate […]