summer jobs for supply teachers – hiring now!

Working as a supply teacher in London is great fun! The holiday periods are especially fun if you are nipping across the boarder to France or Amsterdam for a summer vaycay. However, if you’re looking to save your pennies this end of academic year our friends at Ultimate Activity Camps have some summer jobs hiring now to keep you working in the interim!

Ultimate Activity Camps run exciting, fun and inspiring activity holiday programmes in the Easter and Summer Holidays through the South of England. This summer they will be running five camps in the London area and still have some positions available. If you are looking for a fun, varied, outdoor job in the summer with industry leading pay, there is no better way to earn money in the Summer!

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Please visit https://www.ultimateactivity.co.uk/work-for-us/ to find out more about the camps and to apply online. If you would like any further information please don’t hesitate to contact their office at work@ultimateactivity.co.uk.

Job Details:

Camp at Sutton High School (SM1): 18th July – 26th August 2016

Camp at Holy Cross Prep School Kingston (KT2): 18th July – 19th August 2016

Camp at Handcross Park School near Crawley: 25th July – 26th August 2016

Camp at Surbiton High School (KT1): 25th July – 26th August 2016

Camp at Brentwood School: 25th July – 26th August 2016

Roles available:

Camp Manager – Qualified Teacher, specialising in PE desirable, or with experience in similar field

Early Years Manager – Level 3 or above in EY qualification

Early Year Instructor – Some qualification or experience in EY settings required


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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 knew before moving to London?

We hope their advice will prove invaluable to you. Here goes.

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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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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

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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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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 you make plans for the half term holiday!

From sunny Brighton by the sea to classic Cambridge, take a look at the top day trips from London.

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