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 knew before moving to London?

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

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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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Win Two Pairs of Cricket Tickets from World Class Teachers

Fancy winning two tickets to the at Lord’s Cricket Ground on 24 May 2015? World Class Teachers are giving away TWO pairs of cricket tickets, and you could be one of our lucky winners!

That’s correct; not one, but two lucky cricket fans will each choose a guest to see England and New Zealand during the Spring May Bank Holiday.

 How to Enter:

All you need to do to enter our Cricket Giveaway is one of the 5 ways below:

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World Class Support: Shane Saunders is running the London Marathon

Why is Shane fundraising for Guide Dogs UK?

Up to two million people living in the UK are affected by full or partial blindness. That’s approximately one in every 30 people – a scary statistic that  Guide Dogs UK are committed to combating. Guide Dogs UK provide an invaluable service devoted to providing people living with a vision impairment to have the same freedom as rest of us.

Fundraising for Guide Dogs UK

Here at World Class Teachers we are inspired by the efforts of  Shane Saunders who will be running the London Marathon – that’s 26 miles in an effort to support the work of Guide Dogs UK!

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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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