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Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder

23rd June, 2020

2020 was already set to be a year with some big changes; Brexit – the UK is no longer a part of the EU. But with a global pandemic (among other… Read More

Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic

23rd June, 2020

Liam joined anzuk in February 2020 as an SEN specialist with our team based in Bristol. Read on to find out how Liam felt supported joining an Education Agency during… Read More

Celebrating Pride in the Classroom

23rd June, 2020

As educators, as parents, as citizens, we know that young people do better at school and in life if they attend schools where they feel welcome and safe. In celebration… Read More

Educator Spotlight
Educator Spotlight
5th June, 2020

Now that we’ve completed your Registration Screen we can build upon your profile and introduce you to our teammates across the globe. To complement the info you’ve provided, we’d like…… Read More

Adjustment Strategies to Deal with Self-Isolation: Webinar Recording Wednesday, 22 April
Adjustment Strategies to Deal with Self-Isolation: Webinar Recording Wednesday, 22 April
28th April, 2020

Video from the online webinar taken on Wednesday 22nd of April presented by Debbi Carberry.   > Download Mental Health & Wellbeing Survival Guide HERE< .

Then and Now:  Adapting in the anzuk academy
Then and Now: Adapting in the anzuk academy
27th April, 2020

Home and Away: An anzuk Academy Chronicle On the 20th of January 2020, the first known cases of COVID-19 were reported outside of mainland China. The very next day was my…… Read More

Wellbeing: Body & Mind
Wellbeing: Body & Mind
24th April, 2020

Two amazing ladies from our London office have teamed up to chat to you about how you can support your own wellbeing, from a body and mind perspective.   This state of…… Read More

A time to reflect during lockdown
A time to reflect during lockdown
31st March, 2020

NZ Lockdown = London Reflection  Returning home to a nationwide lockdown was not quite how I imagined my 2 and a half week New Zealand holiday would go. Beaches, BBQs,…… Read More

A Day in the Life of an Academy Recruitment Consultant
A Day in the Life of an Academy Recruitment Consultant
23rd August, 2019

My name is Damien Smith. In July 2019, I began my career at anzuk education as an Academy Recruitment Consultant. My role as an Academy Recruitment Consultant is to work…… Read More

Mark's UK Experience
Mark's UK Experience
19th June, 2019

WHO AM I The names Mark Johnson and I am from Auckland, New Zealand. I went to an all-boys Catholic school along with my two older brothers. I have a…… Read More

What I've learnt over the past 5 years with anzuk Education
What I've learnt over the past 5 years with anzuk Education
18th December, 2018

Having been informed by LinkedIn that I hit my 5 year work anniversary with anzuk Education this month, I thought it would be a great time to reflect and review…… Read More

Entering Australia during COVID
Entering Australia during COVID
29th June, 2020

As Coronavirus changes global movement, many people are left wondering how this impacts their plans to emigrate to Australia. Below, Licensed Migration Agent, Darren Chatt, answers some of your most frequently…… Read More

Opportunities in Colac
Opportunities in Colac
5th June, 2020

Let’s all be frank here… This year has not gone to plan. Holidays cancelled, schools closed, loss of work and stresses we have never faced before. But we made it! We are…… Read More

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Cultural Resources
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Cultural Resources
3rd June, 2020

Now more than ever is the time where us as educators have the chance to stand up for what is right and teach others about the history of Indigenous Australia.…… Read More

From Generalist to Specialist: Webinar Recording 21st May
From Generalist to Specialist: Webinar Recording 21st May
27th May, 2020

The below is a recorded webinar from the 21st of May, “From Generalist to Specialist” This webinar will provide you with resources to teach the primary specialist subjects PE, Performing…… Read More

Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
18th May, 2020

Preparing for an interview is nerve wrecking in itself, especially if you are freshly graduated from University and this is your first interview! Download our guide which is specifically focused…… Read More

Australian Teachers and Teaching Assistants: COVID-19 Q&A (6th May 2020)
Australian Teachers and Teaching Assistants: COVID-19 Q&A (6th May 2020)
7th May, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19 pandemic.…… Read More

From Manchester to Melbourne
From Manchester to Melbourne
1st May, 2020

As a UK national living in Melbourne I can honestly say relocating overseas has been one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences of my life. While moving can seem…… Read More

Australian Teachers and Teaching Assistants: COVID-19 Q&A (29th April 2020)
Australian Teachers and Teaching Assistants: COVID-19 Q&A (29th April 2020)
30th April, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19 pandemic.…… Read More

Global Education in a Pandemic State Webinar: Thursday 2nd April
Global Education in a Pandemic State Webinar: Thursday 2nd April
7th April, 2020

Global from anzuk Education on Vimeo. The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation to stay up to…… Read More

Canadians: A guide to visa applications for those aged 35 and older
Canadians: A guide to visa applications for those aged 35 and older
19th July, 2019

Are you a teacher who has been teaching in Canada for a few years and is looking for a change? Or are you someone who’s looked into teaching abroad and…… Read More

Teach in Australia: Lauren began her journey working on a farm!
Teach in Australia: Lauren began her journey working on a farm!
1st July, 2019

Teach in Australia – Lauren’s Farm Work Experience Lauren migrated to Australia from Canada in 2018. As a working holidaymaker, she was required to complete 88 days of farmwork to…… Read More

Top 10  VIT Mistakes - Canadian Edition
Top 10 VIT Mistakes - Canadian Edition
28th February, 2019

Applying for your teaching registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) can be an unnecessary headache if you try to rush through it and don’t take the time to…… Read More

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Teach in Australia - Jacqueline's Journey
13th June, 2018

  Jacqueline is a Special Educational Needs trained teacher. Originally from Canada, she moved to Brisbane, Queensland for an new teaching experience! Read her story here: Why did you decide…… Read More

teach abroad journey andrea
Teach Abroad - Andrea’s Journey
12th January, 2018

We continue our Teach Abroad series with Andrea. Andrea is a  Special Education Needs trained teacher from Canada who has taught in Melbourne and the UK. Hear what she has…… Read More

teach abroad - meet maria journey
Teach Abroad Journey - Meet Maria
21st December, 2017

Why did you choose to teach in Australia? When I was in college, my friend and I discussed going to Teacher’s College in Australia. At the time we just wanted…… Read More

teach abroad meet samantha anzuk
Teach Abroad Journey: Meet Samantha
8th November, 2017

Why did you decide to teach in the UK/ Australia? I started my teaching journey in June 2014, upon completing my Bachelor of Education at Mcgill University. I always wanted…… Read More

Entering Australia during COVID
Entering Australia during COVID
29th June, 2020

As Coronavirus changes global movement, many people are left wondering how this impacts their plans to emigrate to Australia. Below, Licensed Migration Agent, Darren Chatt, answers some of your most frequently…… Read More

Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder
Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder
23rd June, 2020

2020 was already set to be a year with some big changes; Brexit – the UK is no longer a part of the EU. But with a global pandemic (among other…… Read More

Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
23rd June, 2020

Liam joined anzuk in February 2020 as an SEN specialist with our team based in Bristol. Read on to find out how Liam felt supported joining an Education Agency during…… Read More

The 'E's Of CV's: Part Four
The 'E's Of CV's: Part Four
22nd June, 2020

Experience We previously looked at education, what to include and how to write it. Now we’ll take a look at experience in the same way. What are the key types…… Read More

Interview Preparation Handbook
Interview Preparation Handbook
19th June, 2020

An informative resource for educators interviewing for permanent and contract teaching roles… Including a list of sample questions that you may be asked in your interview and an interview question…… Read More

Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
18th June, 2020

Resignation date has passed in the UK and many schools are now preparing their recruitment for the new academic year in September. This is the perfect time to spruce up…… Read More

Teach in England & Wales: Two headteachers share their experience
Teach in England & Wales: Two headteachers share their experience
15th June, 2020

Teach in England & Wales with two UK Head Teachers & an Irish Educator sharing their experiences. Hosted by: Janine – North East London Regional Team Leader Tenielle – Relocation…… Read More

The 'E's of CV's - Part Three
The 'E's of CV's - Part Three
10th June, 2020

Education It’s time to start taking a closer look at the actual content of the CV. Your education is a key component of your CV.What education should I list? Focus…… Read More

Entering Australia during COVID
Entering Australia during COVID
29th June, 2020

As Coronavirus changes global movement, many people are left wondering how this impacts their plans to emigrate to Australia. Below, Licensed Migration Agent, Darren Chatt, answers some of your most frequently…… Read More

Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
23rd June, 2020

Liam joined anzuk in February 2020 as an SEN specialist with our team based in Bristol. Read on to find out how Liam felt supported joining an Education Agency during…… Read More

Teach in England & Wales: Two headteachers share their experience
Teach in England & Wales: Two headteachers share their experience
15th June, 2020

Teach in England & Wales with two UK Head Teachers & an Irish Educator sharing their experiences. Hosted by: Janine – North East London Regional Team Leader Tenielle – Relocation…… Read More

Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
26th May, 2020

In response to our most recent satisfaction survey, many of our educators and staff at schools requested for downloadable resources such as posters to be placed around classrooms to help…… Read More

Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
26th May, 2020

What and Why?   For many people and children, COVID-19 has been a traumatic experience. We are in completely unprecedented territory at the moment, and when children go through traumatic experiences the reactions…… Read More

Social distancing in UK Schools
Social distancing in UK Schools
26th May, 2020

With the prospect of schools re-opening on 1 June, head teachers are faced with the question – how do we attempt to keep children a safe distance apart?   Countries who have eased lockdown measures…… Read More

UK Teachers and Support Staff: COVID-19 Q&A
UK Teachers and Support Staff: COVID-19 Q&A
26th May, 2020

With schools due to reopen on 1st June, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding how schools will adhere to social distancing measures, and what this will look like for children and teachers…… Read More

Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (20th May 2020)
Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (20th May 2020)
21st May, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19 pandemic.…… Read More

Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
26th May, 2020

In response to our most recent satisfaction survey, many of our educators and staff at schools requested for downloadable resources such as posters to be placed around classrooms to help…… Read More

Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (6th May 2020)
Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (6th May 2020)
7th May, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19 pandemic.…… Read More

Our Favourite OSHC Resources
Our Favourite OSHC Resources
4th May, 2020

These are a few resources the OSHC team in Syd & Melb found and noted worth sharing, including a few additional recommendations for a OSHC coordinator in Queensland!   Movement…… Read More

30 Early Learning Activities for Kids at Home
30 Early Learning Activities for Kids at Home
24th April, 2020

Are you working from home? Kids climbing the walls? Take a look at some helpful links to help your children keep busy this quarantine season. Make a sock-puppet, take an online cooking class, practice…… Read More

Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (22nd April 2020)
Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (22nd April 2020)
23rd April, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19…… Read More

Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (15th April 2020)
Australian Early Childhood & OSHC professionals: COVID-19 Q&A (15th April 2020)
16th April, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19 pandemic.…… Read More

Australian Early Childhood and OSHC: COVID-19 Q&A (8th April 2020)
Australian Early Childhood and OSHC: COVID-19 Q&A (8th April 2020)
9th April, 2020

The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation or Department of Health to stay up to date on the COVID-19…… Read More

Australian Early Childhood and OSHC: COVID-19 Q&A (1st April 2020)
Australian Early Childhood and OSHC: COVID-19 Q&A (1st April 2020)
2nd April, 2020

The below is a transcription from our “COVD-19: Early Childhood and OSHC Q&A”. If you would prefer to watch the video, please scroll to the end of this page. The…… Read More

Celebrating Pride in the Classroom
Celebrating Pride in the Classroom
23rd June, 2020

As educators, as parents, as citizens, we know that young people do better at school and in life if they attend schools where they feel welcome and safe. In celebration…… Read More

Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
18th June, 2020

Resignation date has passed in the UK and many schools are now preparing their recruitment for the new academic year in September. This is the perfect time to spruce up…… Read More

Songs to help teach Phonics
Songs to help teach Phonics
12th June, 2020

The best thing about teaching phonics is the creativity you can use in your teaching approach… one of our favourites is using songs. When pupils hear a rhythm, it help…… Read More

Recognising race and diversity in the classroom
Recognising race and diversity in the classroom
10th June, 2020

The below blog is written by the brilliant Angeline Diamond, an American teacher who has predominantly taught across Secondary schools for the last 8 years in New York. She shares…… Read More

Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
26th May, 2020

In response to our most recent satisfaction survey, many of our educators and staff at schools requested for downloadable resources such as posters to be placed around classrooms to help…… Read More

UK Teachers and Support Staff: COVID-19 Q&A
UK Teachers and Support Staff: COVID-19 Q&A
26th May, 2020

With schools due to reopen on 1st June, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding how schools will adhere to social distancing measures, and what this will look like for children and teachers…… Read More

Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
18th May, 2020

Preparing for an interview is nerve wrecking in itself, especially if you are freshly graduated from University and this is your first interview! Download our guide which is specifically focused…… Read More

CRT Remote Teaching Resource
CRT Remote Teaching Resource
8th May, 2020

anzuk recently hosted a remote teaching webinar to help CRT ‘s adapt to online learning. Primary School Teacher, Lisa Foster has created a helpful online learning resource which you can…… Read More

Global Education in a Pandemic State Webinar: Thursday 2nd April
Global Education in a Pandemic State Webinar: Thursday 2nd April
7th April, 2020

Global from anzuk Education on Vimeo. The views and opinions expressed in this article and video are those of the authors. Please use the World Health Organisation to stay up to…… Read More

A time to reflect during lockdown
A time to reflect during lockdown
31st March, 2020

NZ Lockdown = London Reflection  Returning home to a nationwide lockdown was not quite how I imagined my 2 and a half week New Zealand holiday would go. Beaches, BBQs,…… Read More

Our Favourite OSHC Resources
Our Favourite OSHC Resources
4th May, 2020

These are a few resources the OSHC team in Syd & Melb found and noted worth sharing, including a few additional recommendations for a OSHC coordinator in Queensland!   Movement…… Read More

A guide for casual early childhood educators
A guide for casual early childhood educators
23rd February, 2020

One of our own educators, Lynette, who has worked in early childhood for the last 6 years has taken the time to develop this in-depth guide for you, to help…… Read More

OSHC Toolkit
OSHC Toolkit
9th December, 2019

What’s in your OSHC toolkit? We have put together a guide specifically for educators working in OSHC! This guide covers topics including: A typical Day as an OSHC educator What…… Read More

A Guide to Behavior Management
A Guide to Behavior Management
6th November, 2019

Being a new member of a school community presents different considerations around understanding and implementing classroom management strategies with the students and other staff that you support. This guide can…… Read More

Your Guide to Program Planning in OSHC
Your Guide to Program Planning in OSHC
22nd August, 2019

You’re an Early Childhood Professional and you decide to change your career and start working in Outside of School Hours Care. Its an exciting time and you’re thrilled to get…… Read More

The Perks of Working in OSHC
The Perks of Working in OSHC
10th July, 2019

If you want to develop your career in education and build relationships with schools once you finish your degree. Come work with me! My name is Katie and I started…… Read More

Didn’t get a teaching shift? Don’t worry, I have you covered.
Didn’t get a teaching shift? Don’t worry, I have you covered.
23rd May, 2019

Work in Before and After School Care. I recently ventured out from the OSHC organisation that I was working with and started my new role with Anzuk as the OSHC…… Read More

Celebrating Pride in the Classroom
Celebrating Pride in the Classroom
23rd June, 2020

As educators, as parents, as citizens, we know that young people do better at school and in life if they attend schools where they feel welcome and safe. In celebration…… Read More

The 'E's Of CV's: Part Four
The 'E's Of CV's: Part Four
22nd June, 2020

Experience We previously looked at education, what to include and how to write it. Now we’ll take a look at experience in the same way. What are the key types…… Read More

Interview Preparation Handbook
Interview Preparation Handbook
19th June, 2020

An informative resource for educators interviewing for permanent and contract teaching roles… Including a list of sample questions that you may be asked in your interview and an interview question…… Read More

Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
18th June, 2020

Resignation date has passed in the UK and many schools are now preparing their recruitment for the new academic year in September. This is the perfect time to spruce up…… Read More

Songs to help teach Phonics
Songs to help teach Phonics
12th June, 2020

The best thing about teaching phonics is the creativity you can use in your teaching approach… one of our favourites is using songs. When pupils hear a rhythm, it help…… Read More

The 'E's of CV's - Part Three
The 'E's of CV's - Part Three
10th June, 2020

Education It’s time to start taking a closer look at the actual content of the CV. Your education is a key component of your CV.What education should I list? Focus…… Read More

Recognising race and diversity in the classroom
Recognising race and diversity in the classroom
10th June, 2020

The below blog is written by the brilliant Angeline Diamond, an American teacher who has predominantly taught across Secondary schools for the last 8 years in New York. She shares…… Read More

The E's of CV's: Part Two
The E's of CV's: Part Two
5th June, 2020

Ease Most often, when you apply for a role, your application is one of many applications. Initially, your CV may only be skimmed for keywords, qualifications and industry experience. At…… Read More

Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
26th May, 2020

In response to our most recent satisfaction survey, many of our educators and staff at schools requested for downloadable resources such as posters to be placed around classrooms to help…… Read More

Social distancing in UK Schools
Social distancing in UK Schools
26th May, 2020

With the prospect of schools re-opening on 1 June, head teachers are faced with the question – how do we attempt to keep children a safe distance apart?   Countries who have eased lockdown measures…… Read More

Virtual tutoring tips & tricks!
Virtual tutoring tips & tricks!
15th April, 2020

So, you have decided to dive into the wonderful world of tutoring. Tutoring is a fantastic way to continue to build on your teaching skills and knowledge base whilst also…… Read More

Safeguarding Made Simple
Safeguarding Made Simple
17th September, 2018

Whether you’re new to the profession, country, or school, it can be hard to know what the safeguarding procedure is. In the UK, the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act was passed…… Read More

The 'Don'ts' of Safeguarding
The 'Don'ts' of Safeguarding
3rd September, 2018

Safeguarding is about the steps you should take to prevent a child coming into harm. However, safeguarding information tends to be about what you should do. There isn’t enough information…… Read More

Five Things Teachers Can Do to Be Better at Safeguarding
Five Things Teachers Can Do to Be Better at Safeguarding
20th August, 2018

All teachers want to protect their students. Keeping them safe isn’t as simple as closing the school gates between 9am and 3pm. There’s a lot more to it. It’s hard…… Read More

Sexting and Sextortion: Know The Facts
Sexting and Sextortion: Know The Facts
6th August, 2018

Sexting has become more and more prevalent in recent years, and you may have noticed it hitting headlines when it gets abused. We live in a time where almost every…… Read More

Do You Really Know What Safeguarding Is?
Do You Really Know What Safeguarding Is?
16th July, 2018

Children can be the most interesting little things on the planet, with their naive one-liners and amazing comedic timing (I’ve heard the best anecdotes from many a teacher friend). They…… Read More

Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
23rd June, 2020

Liam joined anzuk in February 2020 as an SEN specialist with our team based in Bristol. Read on to find out how Liam felt supported joining an Education Agency during…… Read More

A Whole New World - Working in a Special Needs Setting: Webinar Recording 28th May
A Whole New World - Working in a Special Needs Setting: Webinar Recording 28th May
2nd June, 2020

The below is a webinar recording from the 28th of May, “A Whole New World – Working in a Special Needs Setting”. Have you ever thought about working in a…… Read More

SEN Prep for Success Guide
SEN Prep for Success Guide
22nd November, 2019

This guide can help you understand and implement better strategies to handle students effectively in SEN settings.  This guide covers topics including: – PECS Cards – What is Hydrotherapy –…… Read More

7 questions you need to ask before you start your day in a SEN setting
7 questions you need to ask before you start your day in a SEN setting
22nd November, 2019

Before you start you day it is important to find out as much information about the SEN setting you will be working in. This will allow you to prepare for…… Read More

How to experience success in Special Education Settings
How to experience success in Special Education Settings
21st November, 2019

With the help of some of our amazing educators currently working in Special Education Settings we have complied a list of wise words to help you working in Special Needs…… Read More

A Guide to Behavior Management
A Guide to Behavior Management
6th November, 2019

Being a new member of a school community presents different considerations around understanding and implementing classroom management strategies with the students and other staff that you support. This guide can…… Read More

What its like to work within an Autism Unit
What its like to work within an Autism Unit
18th October, 2019

Aiden moved from Australia to London as a Science/Math Teacher, read on to see how he ended up teaching within a Autism Unit for four years! ‘In December 2010, after…… Read More

Special Needs Education Acronyms Cheat Sheet
Special Needs Education Acronyms Cheat Sheet
9th October, 2019

With so many acronyms being used in a SEN (Special Education Needs) classroom it can be hard to keep up with what they all stand for. We have made your…… Read More

Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
23rd June, 2020

Liam joined anzuk in February 2020 as an SEN specialist with our team based in Bristol. Read on to find out how Liam felt supported joining an Education Agency during…… Read More

Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
26th May, 2020

In response to our most recent satisfaction survey, many of our educators and staff at schools requested for downloadable resources such as posters to be placed around classrooms to help…… Read More

Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
26th May, 2020

What and Why?   For many people and children, COVID-19 has been a traumatic experience. We are in completely unprecedented territory at the moment, and when children go through traumatic experiences the reactions…… Read More

Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
18th May, 2020

Preparing for an interview is nerve wrecking in itself, especially if you are freshly graduated from University and this is your first interview! Download our guide which is specifically focused…… Read More

Teaching Resources & advice on the UK Curriculum
Teaching Resources & advice on the UK Curriculum
30th April, 2020

We caught up with two of anzuk’s amazing educators, Lachlan and Aidan, to chat about various teaching resources available that will help support your teaching now during school closures, and also will help get your teacher brain ready to go back into the classroom after COVID. …… Read More

Virtual tutoring tips & tricks!
Virtual tutoring tips & tricks!
15th April, 2020

So, you have decided to dive into the wonderful world of tutoring. Tutoring is a fantastic way to continue to build on your teaching skills and knowledge base whilst also…… Read More

OSHC Toolkit
OSHC Toolkit
9th December, 2019

What’s in your OSHC toolkit? We have put together a guide specifically for educators working in OSHC! This guide covers topics including: A typical Day as an OSHC educator What…… Read More

A Snapshot of Learning Approaches
A Snapshot of Learning Approaches
9th December, 2019

This guide provides an insight into the innovative and diverse learning approaches in schools we work with. This includes: The International Baccalaureate Education Program Play-based Learning Inquiry-based Learning The Berry…… Read More

Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder
Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder
23rd June, 2020

2020 was already set to be a year with some big changes; Brexit – the UK is no longer a part of the EU. But with a global pandemic (among other…… Read More

Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
Liam's story: Joining anzuk during a global pandemic
23rd June, 2020

Liam joined anzuk in February 2020 as an SEN specialist with our team based in Bristol. Read on to find out how Liam felt supported joining an Education Agency during…… Read More

Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
Sparkle from the crowd: CV Writing Tips!
18th June, 2020

Resignation date has passed in the UK and many schools are now preparing their recruitment for the new academic year in September. This is the perfect time to spruce up…… Read More

Teach in England & Wales: Two headteachers share their experience
Teach in England & Wales: Two headteachers share their experience
15th June, 2020

Teach in England & Wales with two UK Head Teachers & an Irish Educator sharing their experiences. Hosted by: Janine – North East London Regional Team Leader Tenielle – Relocation…… Read More

A visit to Newport, Wales…
A visit to Newport, Wales…
3rd June, 2020

It may seem like forever ago, but what an awesome event our Class of January 2020 was! It was so fantastic to see everyone swapping numbers and making new friends.…… Read More

Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
Downloadable classroom resources: COVID-19
26th May, 2020

In response to our most recent satisfaction survey, many of our educators and staff at schools requested for downloadable resources such as posters to be placed around classrooms to help…… Read More

Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
26th May, 2020

What and Why?   For many people and children, COVID-19 has been a traumatic experience. We are in completely unprecedented territory at the moment, and when children go through traumatic experiences the reactions…… Read More

Social distancing in UK Schools
Social distancing in UK Schools
26th May, 2020

With the prospect of schools re-opening on 1 June, head teachers are faced with the question – how do we attempt to keep children a safe distance apart?   Countries who have eased lockdown measures…… Read More

USA all the way: A glimpse inside American classrooms 
USA all the way: A glimpse inside American classrooms 
4th May, 2020

In late 2014 I was fortunate enough to go on a basketball tour throughout the USA and have some exposure to their schooling system. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity that I…… Read More

Entering Australia during COVID
Entering Australia during COVID
29th June, 2020

As Coronavirus changes global movement, many people are left wondering how this impacts their plans to emigrate to Australia. Below, Licensed Migration Agent, Darren Chatt, answers some of your most frequently…… Read More

Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder
Brexit: Moving to the UK as an EU Passport Holder
23rd June, 2020

2020 was already set to be a year with some big changes; Brexit – the UK is no longer a part of the EU. But with a global pandemic (among other…… Read More

A visit to Newport, Wales…
A visit to Newport, Wales…
3rd June, 2020

It may seem like forever ago, but what an awesome event our Class of January 2020 was! It was so fantastic to see everyone swapping numbers and making new friends.…… Read More

Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
Teaching Mindfulness in the classroom
26th May, 2020

What and Why?   For many people and children, COVID-19 has been a traumatic experience. We are in completely unprecedented territory at the moment, and when children go through traumatic experiences the reactions…… Read More

Social distancing in UK Schools
Social distancing in UK Schools
26th May, 2020

With the prospect of schools re-opening on 1 June, head teachers are faced with the question – how do we attempt to keep children a safe distance apart?   Countries who have eased lockdown measures…… Read More

UK Schools: The Job Retention Scheme
UK Schools: The Job Retention Scheme
19th May, 2020

Last week we ran a webinar focussing on COVID-19 and how that affects anzuk employees. There have been updates since last week that we wanted to address with our educators.…… Read More

Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
Newly Qualified Teacher Guide
18th May, 2020

Preparing for an interview is nerve wrecking in itself, especially if you are freshly graduated from University and this is your first interview! Download our guide which is specifically focused…… Read More

From Queensland to London: Alex's overseas teaching experience
From Queensland to London: Alex's overseas teaching experience
11th May, 2020

Alex Dawson is a Primary trained teacher from Queensland who qualified from the University of the Sunshine Coast.  Four years ago he made the move to the UK with anzuk…… Read More

The anzuk team gave me clear guidance about the likelihood of getting permanent work after relief teaching for a while. They are reliable with very good school networks. You cannot go wrong!

Rosemary - Secondary Teacher in Perth

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