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Teaching in Australia as a Kiwi - 2022

16th May, 2022

If you’re a Kiwi educator looking to make the move to Australia soon you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed with where to start, but we can help! Watch our… Read More

Steps to Teach in Australia - Podcast

16th May, 2022

Steps to Teach in Australia Join Teacher and Influencer, Caroline Mc Kenna, and anzuk's own Ciara Timbs as they discuss the steps to teach in Australia. This podcast episode hosted… Read More

Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)

16th May, 2022

Burnout - Part 1 Many of you will be familiar with The Australian Principal Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey. This survey is one of the most comprehensive longitudinal data sets… Read More

Meet the team: So Imamura
Meet the team: So Imamura
25th November, 2021

Meet So! So has worked across a number of teams in his time at anzuk! Learn more about him here… Name? Soichiro Imamura Nickname? So Year joined? 2017 What is…… Read More

Meet the team: Mia Williams
Meet the team: Mia Williams
24th November, 2021

Meet Mia! Mia works as an Education Recruitment Consultant in our Wales branch Name? Mia Nickname? M Year joined? 2021 What is your current role? Education Recruitment Consultant What was…… Read More

Meet the team: Olivia Doyle-Franklin
Meet the team: Olivia Doyle-Franklin
24th November, 2021

Meet Olivia from our London office! Name? Olivia Nickname? Liv/ ODF/ Doyle Rules Year joined? 2021 What is your current role? Education Recruitment Consultant What was your journey like getting…… Read More

Meet the team: Matthew Taylor
Meet the team: Matthew Taylor
24th November, 2021

Matt is one of our Division Managers out of the London office, get to know him here! Name? Matthew Stacey Taylor Nickname? Matty T Year joined? 2019 What is your…… Read More

Meet the team: Belinda Artlett
Meet the team: Belinda Artlett
24th November, 2021

Meet Belinda who works in our People and Growth team in London! Name – Belinda Nickname – Bel, Bellerina Year joined – 2018 What is your current role – People…… Read More

Meet the team: Kyle Mullins
Meet the team: Kyle Mullins
24th November, 2021

Meet Kyle from our Wales office! Name – Kyle Mullins Nickname – Haven’t got one (I don’t think anyway) Year joined- 2019 Current role – Senior Education Consultant Journey with…… Read More

Meet the team: Huw Jones
Meet the team: Huw Jones
24th November, 2021

Meet Huw Jones from our Wales branch! Name? Huw Jones Nickname? Jonesy Year joined? 2019 What is your current role? Regional Director What was your journey like getting to this role? Qualified as a…… Read More

Meet the team: Angus Matheson
Meet the team: Angus Matheson
24th November, 2021

Meet Angus from our London office! Name – Angus Nickname – Gus Bus Year joined – 2018 What is your current role – Lead Consultant What was your journey like…… Read More

Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
16th May, 2022

If you are a new teacher joining us in Melbourne or regional Victoria, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve chatted with our team to…… Read More

Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
16th May, 2022

Burnout – Part 1 Many of you will be familiar with The Australian Principal Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey. This survey is one of the most comprehensive longitudinal data sets…… Read More

Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
16th May, 2022

Is Imposter Syndrome real? As a leader in a school, I often asked myself whether my success was due to luck. I frequently questioned whether I was good enough to…… Read More

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
9th May, 2022

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care: Before and After school care shifts provide a range of learning experiences which may include: indoor and outdoor play activities…… Read More

Guide to living or visiting Brisbane for Educators
Guide to living or visiting Brisbane for Educators
8th April, 2022

Brisbane is a wonderful place to live or visit. Known for warm weather, sunny beaches and a relaxed lifestyle. If you have the time venturing out of the city to…… Read More

Sydney Area Guide for English and Irish Educators
Sydney Area Guide for English and Irish Educators
16th March, 2022

Best Areas to Live in Sydney When you are new to Sydney, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve put together an area guide to help…… Read More

How to Qualify for Permission to Teach in Victoria (Support Your School Initiative)
How to Qualify for Permission to Teach in Victoria (Support Your School Initiative)
11th March, 2022

How did we get here?  Over the last few years, education has been significantly impacted by the effects of the pandemic. Whilst for the most part – students, teachers &…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
4th March, 2022

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 update    As we move further into 2022 the global landscape for international travel is becoming a lot more accessible for Australians looking to move…… Read More

Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
16th May, 2022

If you are a new teacher joining us in Melbourne or regional Victoria, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve chatted with our team to…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
4th March, 2022

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 update    As we move further into 2022 the global landscape for international travel is becoming a lot more accessible for Australians looking to move…… Read More

International Educators  - Arriving in Australia 
International Educators  - Arriving in Australia 
29th November, 2021

International Educators  – Arriving in Australia  Great news!! From the 15th of December, 2021, fully vaccinated eligible visa holders can come to Australia without needing to apply for a travel exemption! Here are…… Read More

Frequently Asked Questions: Teachers Moving to Australia
Frequently Asked Questions: Teachers Moving to Australia
11th June, 2021

Top 10 FAQ’s for teachers moving to Australia How do I book my registration appointment?   Our Global team will ensure you are contacted to book your registration appointment before you depart.  …… Read More

Teaching in Australia changed my life forever!
Teaching in Australia changed my life forever!
9th April, 2021

Australia Changed My Life Forever! Jackie is a teacher originally from Canada, who has been teaching in Australia! Jackie explains the process of moving, the biggest differences between Canada and…… Read More

Why you should teach in Australia... Armela's Story
Why you should teach in Australia... Armela's Story
21st January, 2021

Armela is a teacher originally from Canada, who has been teaching in Melbourne, Australia! If you’re thinking about living and teaching in Aus then this blog is perfect for you.…… Read More

Top 5 VIT Mistakes - Canadian Edition
Top 5 VIT Mistakes - Canadian Edition
11th January, 2021

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

Teaching in the UK from a Canadian Perspective 
Teaching in the UK from a Canadian Perspective 
7th January, 2021

Teaching in the UK from a Canadian Perspective  After growing up in a Canadian school system and then teaching in it for a couple of years there was a lot…… Read More

Let charming Canberra surprise you
Let charming Canberra surprise you
16th August, 2021

Let charming Canberra surprise you!!  Download your Moving to Canberra Guide HERE “Why would you want to go to Canberra?”  Insert extremely confused facial expressions.     Don’t be fooled by the common…… Read More

Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
16th May, 2022

Burnout – Part 1 Many of you will be familiar with The Australian Principal Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey. This survey is one of the most comprehensive longitudinal data sets…… Read More

Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
16th May, 2022

Is Imposter Syndrome real? As a leader in a school, I often asked myself whether my success was due to luck. I frequently questioned whether I was good enough to…… Read More

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
9th May, 2022

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care: Before and After school care shifts provide a range of learning experiences which may include: indoor and outdoor play activities…… Read More

Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
21st April, 2022

If you’re an educator looking to make the move overseas soon you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed with where to start, but we can help! Watch our most recent…… Read More

Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
14th April, 2022

The South West of England is truly a hidden gem for many Australians, Kiwis, or Canadians that venture over to the UK.  With beautiful hidden British towns, magnificent beaches, breath-taking…… Read More

What do our Schools value? and What does our Schools' experience look like?
What do our Schools value? and What does our Schools' experience look like?
2nd February, 2022

What do our Schools value? I can breathe and relax knowing the students are in good hands. Also knowing the teachers classes are being covered proficiently and professionally. Although it…… Read More

What Do Our Educators Value? and What does our Educators' experience look like?
What Do Our Educators Value? and What does our Educators' experience look like?
21st January, 2022

What do our Educators value? For me “Right Place. Right Time” looks like I am wanted and appreciated by the school that I am working with. Simply put, we want…… Read More

Covid: Ex-teachers asked to return to schools
Covid: Ex-teachers asked to return to schools
6th January, 2022

Thousands of former teachers return to teaching each year, now could be a great time for you to become a teacher again and help support the education recovery in the…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
4th March, 2022

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 update    As we move further into 2022 the global landscape for international travel is becoming a lot more accessible for Australians looking to move…… Read More

Travelling to the UK From New Zealand: February 2022
Travelling to the UK From New Zealand: February 2022
8th February, 2022

Wow! What a whirlwind it has been since our last update. Whilst NZ’s vaccination roll-out continued it’s strong pace through to the end of 2021, we have now been faced…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: January 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: January 2022 Update
14th January, 2022

Wow! What a whirlwind it has been since our last update. Whilst Australia’s vaccination roll-out continued its strong pace through to the end of 2021, we have now been faced with the new…… Read More

Covid: Ex-teachers asked to return to schools
Covid: Ex-teachers asked to return to schools
6th January, 2022

Thousands of former teachers return to teaching each year, now could be a great time for you to become a teacher again and help support the education recovery in the…… Read More

Pupils’ mental wellbeing put to the test by Covid
Pupils’ mental wellbeing put to the test by Covid
15th December, 2021

The Covid pandemic (previous lockdowns in particular) has dampened pupil positivity and produced a significant malaise and negative impact on mental wellbeing.   During previous lockdowns, and ongoing periods of isolation, 52% of pupils…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: December 2021 update
Travelling to the UK: December 2021 update
30th November, 2021

Travelling to the UK: December 2021 update    Over the past few months, the Australian vaccination rollout out has continued to pick up its pace & we are now move through…… Read More

International Educators  - Arriving in Australia 
International Educators  - Arriving in Australia 
29th November, 2021

International Educators  – Arriving in Australia  Great news!! From the 15th of December, 2021, fully vaccinated eligible visa holders can come to Australia without needing to apply for a travel exemption! Here are…… Read More

Travelling to the UK from New Zealand
Travelling to the UK from New Zealand
24th November, 2021

Travelling to the UK from New Zealand: November 2021 Update     Currently travelling to the United Kingdom isn’t as simple as just packing your bag and checking in at the airport…… Read More

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
9th May, 2022

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care: Before and After school care shifts provide a range of learning experiences which may include: indoor and outdoor play activities…… Read More

Temporary Changes to Student and Working Holiday Visas in 2022 & How They Impact Educators
Temporary Changes to Student and Working Holiday Visas in 2022 & How They Impact Educators
25th January, 2022

We have been excitedly following the latest news regarding Working Holiday Maker and Student Visa holders. Here are the changes and how they impact educators.   Student Visa Changes   Student Visa…… Read More

Printable Resources for Primary School
Printable Resources for Primary School
20th January, 2022

Free printables for your primary school class! You won’t want to miss these free teacher resources that you and your students will love. Great for CRT teachers! Simply click on…… Read More

Let charming Canberra surprise you
Let charming Canberra surprise you
16th August, 2021

Let charming Canberra surprise you!!  Download your Moving to Canberra Guide HERE “Why would you want to go to Canberra?”  Insert extremely confused facial expressions.     Don’t be fooled by the common…… Read More

NAIDOC Week 2021 Teaching Resource
NAIDOC Week 2021 Teaching Resource
10th June, 2021

Every year, NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year, NAIDOC Week 2021 will be…… Read More

Dyslexia and Neurodiversity are Superpowers
Dyslexia and Neurodiversity are Superpowers
22nd February, 2021

Season 2 of Exceptional Education (Early Childhood) is here!   We’re so excited to be back, bringing you all the latest in early childhood news and interviews.   We’re kicking…… Read More

Strategies to improve male recruitment and retention in the Early Childhood sector
Strategies to improve male recruitment and retention in the Early Childhood sector
19th October, 2020

An ongoing issue that is widely publicised is the lack of Male Educators across the Early childhood industry. Despite this being a popular topic throughout the years we have seen…… Read More

Book Week 2020: Raymond the Raccoon Activity Book
14th October, 2020

From the 17th – 23rd October, we are celebrating BOOK WEEK! During this time schools and public libraries spend one glorious week celebrating books and Australian children’s authors and illustrators.…… Read More

Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
16th May, 2022

Burnout – Part 1 Many of you will be familiar with The Australian Principal Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey. This survey is one of the most comprehensive longitudinal data sets…… Read More

Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
16th May, 2022

Is Imposter Syndrome real? As a leader in a school, I often asked myself whether my success was due to luck. I frequently questioned whether I was good enough to…… Read More

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
9th May, 2022

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care: Before and After school care shifts provide a range of learning experiences which may include: indoor and outdoor play activities…… Read More

10 Consideration for Educators Re-Engaging Students Post-Lockdown
10 Consideration for Educators Re-Engaging Students Post-Lockdown
3rd November, 2021

10 considerations for educators when engaging students who are returning back to school after remote schooling, after the lines between home and school were blurred with learning from home:  …… Read More

NAIDOC Week 2021 Teaching Resource
NAIDOC Week 2021 Teaching Resource
10th June, 2021

Every year, NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year, NAIDOC Week 2021 will be…… Read More

Focusing on Behaviour Management as a CRT
Focusing on Behaviour Management as a CRT
7th June, 2021

Our Newsletter this month focuses on Behaviour Management, including information & resources that are valuable for educators looking to further develop their pedagogy. Holy Child Behaviour Management Recently we were lucky enough to…… Read More

10 Free Easter Activities
10 Free Easter Activities for Early Years & Primary School Kids
23rd March, 2021

Easter is right around the corner. If you are looking for something fun, easy and chocolate free to do with your kids in the classroom this Easter, look no further. …… Read More

Skodel: A fast, fun and simple way to see how your students are feeling.
Skodel: A fast, fun and simple way to see how your students are feeling.
28th January, 2021

anzuk Education have partnered with Skodel, which is a fun and easy to use mental health and well-being platform to engage how your students are feeling and coping with every…… Read More

Book Week 2020: Raymond the Raccoon Activity Book
14th October, 2020

From the 17th – 23rd October, we are celebrating BOOK WEEK! During this time schools and public libraries spend one glorious week celebrating books and Australian children’s authors and illustrators.…… Read More

Early Childhood Mindfulness Activities
Early Childhood Mindfulness Activities
21st September, 2020

MINDFUL PRACTICES Teaching mindfulness can be one of the most valuable lessons for young children, because it can help equip them to take life in stride, no matter what it…… Read More

Returning to school during COVID: Your essential guide
Returning to school during COVID: Your essential guide
3rd September, 2020

Are you a supply teacher and returning to teach in the UK? As educators you will be aware of the complex experiences pupils and adults may have faced during lockdown.…… Read More

Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
16th May, 2022

Is Imposter Syndrome real? As a leader in a school, I often asked myself whether my success was due to luck. I frequently questioned whether I was good enough to…… Read More

Supporting Twice-Exceptional and Vulnerable Students to Thrive
Supporting Twice-Exceptional and Vulnerable Students to Thrive
16th March, 2021

This week on exceptional education we are joined by Aimy McAninly. Aimy is an outstanding educator who has been working in Alternative Learning Schools and with the Department of Education…… Read More

Dyslexia and Neurodiversity are Superpowers
Dyslexia and Neurodiversity are Superpowers
22nd February, 2021

Season 2 of Exceptional Education (Early Childhood) is here!   We’re so excited to be back, bringing you all the latest in early childhood news and interviews.   We’re kicking…… Read More

The Rewards of Working in Special Needs Education with Will Yates
The Rewards of Working in Special Needs Education with Will Yates
10th February, 2021

Welcome back to exceptional education!   We’re back after a short break and we’re pumped to bring you season two of the podcast.   This season we’re focusing on Special…… Read More

Cyber Safety for Students with Sam Macaulay
Cyber Safety for Students with Sam Macaulay
25th November, 2020

We’re so excited to bring you this week’s episode of exceptional.education.   Sam Macaulay from the Cyber Safety Project joins us to discuss his career as a teacher and all…… Read More

From CRT to Assistant Principal - In Conversation with Andrew Wood
From CRT to Assistant Principal - In Conversation with Andrew Wood
11th November, 2020

We’re thrilled to have Andrew Wood as our in conversation guest this week on exceptional.education. Andrew is currently the AP at Auburn Primary School and shares his incredible journey with…… Read More

Become an Exceptional Education Leader
Become an Exceptional Education Leader
29th October, 2020

We’re back with episode 7 of exceptional.education!   This week we’re joined by the truly exceptional Brendan Fraser. Brendan is a Senior Executive Consultant with anzuk.education, and today shares his…… Read More

Screen Time and Kids: Finding the Right Balance
Screen Time and Kids: Finding the Right Balance
22nd October, 2020

We’re so happy to be back after a small break, bringing you episode 5 of exceptional.education!   As always, we have some pretty exceptional guests joining us today.   First…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
4th March, 2022

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 update    As we move further into 2022 the global landscape for international travel is becoming a lot more accessible for Australians looking to move…… Read More

Travelling to the UK From New Zealand: February 2022
Travelling to the UK From New Zealand: February 2022
8th February, 2022

Wow! What a whirlwind it has been since our last update. Whilst NZ’s vaccination roll-out continued it’s strong pace through to the end of 2021, we have now been faced…… Read More

Travelling to the UK from New Zealand
Travelling to the UK from New Zealand
24th November, 2021

Travelling to the UK from New Zealand: November 2021 Update     Currently travelling to the United Kingdom isn’t as simple as just packing your bag and checking in at the airport…… Read More

What type of work we offer educators in each state
What type of work we offer educators in each state
19th March, 2021

So you want to teach in Australia but aren’t sure which state… this is the blog for you. Here is what anzuk can offer you in each state: Melbourne, Geelong…… Read More

Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa Information
What is a Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa?
27th October, 2020

Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa  Want to teach in the UK and don’t have a visa? The Tier 5 – Youth Mobility Scheme could be for you!  What is a Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa? …… Read More

When can I travel & work overseas?
When can I travel & work overseas?
27th October, 2020

July 2021– UPDATED    The pandemic has had a massive impact on all our lives. One of the first huge changes to life as we knew it was our borders closing to international…… 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

Temporary Changes to Student and Working Holiday Visas in 2022 & How They Impact Educators
Temporary Changes to Student and Working Holiday Visas in 2022 & How They Impact Educators
25th January, 2022

We have been excitedly following the latest news regarding Working Holiday Maker and Student Visa holders. Here are the changes and how they impact educators.   Student Visa Changes   Student Visa…… Read More

The most rewarding aspect of working in OSHC
The most rewarding aspect of working in OSHC
11th August, 2020

Vee is an experienced educator with anzuk and has worked with anzuk in our OSHC team for a number of years. This is her experience so far… I was motivated…… 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

Behaviour Strategies For Teachers
A Guide to Behaviour 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

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC)
9th May, 2022

The Perks of Working in Out of School Hours Care: Before and After school care shifts provide a range of learning experiences which may include: indoor and outdoor play activities…… Read More

Supporting Twice-Exceptional and Vulnerable Students to Thrive
Supporting Twice-Exceptional and Vulnerable Students to Thrive
16th March, 2021

This week on exceptional education we are joined by Aimy McAninly. Aimy is an outstanding educator who has been working in Alternative Learning Schools and with the Department of Education…… Read More

Dyslexia and Neurodiversity are Superpowers
Dyslexia and Neurodiversity are Superpowers
22nd February, 2021

Season 2 of Exceptional Education (Early Childhood) is here!   We’re so excited to be back, bringing you all the latest in early childhood news and interviews.   We’re kicking…… Read More

The Rewards of Working in Special Needs Education with Will Yates
The Rewards of Working in Special Needs Education with Will Yates
10th February, 2021

Welcome back to exceptional education!   We’re back after a short break and we’re pumped to bring you season two of the podcast.   This season we’re focusing on Special…… Read More

Cyber Safety for Students with Sam Macaulay
Cyber Safety for Students with Sam Macaulay
25th November, 2020

We’re so excited to bring you this week’s episode of exceptional.education.   Sam Macaulay from the Cyber Safety Project joins us to discuss his career as a teacher and all…… Read More

From CRT to Assistant Principal - In Conversation with Andrew Wood
From CRT to Assistant Principal - In Conversation with Andrew Wood
11th November, 2020

We’re thrilled to have Andrew Wood as our in conversation guest this week on exceptional.education. Andrew is currently the AP at Auburn Primary School and shares his incredible journey with…… Read More

Become an Exceptional Education Leader
Become an Exceptional Education Leader
29th October, 2020

We’re back with episode 7 of exceptional.education!   This week we’re joined by the truly exceptional Brendan Fraser. Brendan is a Senior Executive Consultant with anzuk.education, and today shares his…… Read More

Screen Time and Kids: Finding the Right Balance
Screen Time and Kids: Finding the Right Balance
22nd October, 2020

We’re so happy to be back after a small break, bringing you episode 5 of exceptional.education!   As always, we have some pretty exceptional guests joining us today.   First…… Read More

How to Develop Rapport with Students
How to Develop Rapport with Students
11th October, 2020

This week’s episode delves into the art of relationship building with students. We’re joined by the exceptional Meg, head of year 7 at an all girl’s school in Melbourne. She…… Read More

Printable Resources for Primary School
Printable Resources for Primary School
20th January, 2022

Free printables for your primary school class! You won’t want to miss these free teacher resources that you and your students will love. Great for CRT teachers! Simply click on…… Read More

Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
16th May, 2022

If you are a new teacher joining us in Melbourne or regional Victoria, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve chatted with our team to…… Read More

Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
Burnout in Education and Leadership (Part 1)
16th May, 2022

Burnout – Part 1 Many of you will be familiar with The Australian Principal Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey. This survey is one of the most comprehensive longitudinal data sets…… Read More

Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
16th May, 2022

Is Imposter Syndrome real? As a leader in a school, I often asked myself whether my success was due to luck. I frequently questioned whether I was good enough to…… Read More

Moving to the UK - The ultimate guide to organising your funds
Moving to the UK - The ultimate guide to organising your funds
10th March, 2022

All you need to know about organising your funds for your trip to the UK!  You’ve booked your trip to the UK and want to make sure you have all…… Read More

What do our Schools value? and What does our Schools' experience look like?
What do our Schools value? and What does our Schools' experience look like?
2nd February, 2022

What do our Schools value? I can breathe and relax knowing the students are in good hands. Also knowing the teachers classes are being covered proficiently and professionally. Although it…… Read More

What Do Our Educators Value? and What does our Educators' experience look like?
What Do Our Educators Value? and What does our Educators' experience look like?
21st January, 2022

What do our Educators value? For me “Right Place. Right Time” looks like I am wanted and appreciated by the school that I am working with. Simply put, we want…… Read More

Printable Resources for Primary School
Printable Resources for Primary School
20th January, 2022

Free printables for your primary school class! You won’t want to miss these free teacher resources that you and your students will love. Great for CRT teachers! Simply click on…… Read More

Special Needs Education Toolkit
Special Needs Education Toolkit
21st October, 2021

The role as a Special Education Needs Teacher can be one of the most challenging, but on the same breath, one of the most rewarding careers you could ever have.…… Read More

Skodel & MyConcern: The wellbeing platform for students
Skodel & MyConcern: The wellbeing platform for students
29th July, 2021

Skodel is the leading emotional education platform for schools.  Via an engaging ‘Check-In’, Skodel creates a moment for students to reflect on how they are feeling and provides immediate support to help them manage…… 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

Special Needs Education Toolkit
Special Needs Education Toolkit
21st October, 2021

The role as a Special Education Needs Teacher can be one of the most challenging, but on the same breath, one of the most rewarding careers you could ever have.…… Read More

Celebrating Special Education Needs Education
Celebrating Special Education Needs Education
7th April, 2021

This month our newsletter focuses on Special Education Needs Settings, including our recent trip to Southern Autistic with Collingwood footy club to teach the kids how to kick like the…… Read More

The Rewards of Working in Special Needs Education with Will Yates
The Rewards of Working in Special Needs Education with Will Yates
10th February, 2021

Welcome back to exceptional education!   We’re back after a short break and we’re pumped to bring you season two of the podcast.   This season we’re focusing on Special…… Read More

Early Childhood Mindfulness Activities
Early Childhood Mindfulness Activities
21st September, 2020

MINDFUL PRACTICES Teaching mindfulness can be one of the most valuable lessons for young children, because it can help equip them to take life in stride, no matter what it…… Read More

Working in SEND Schools: A Teachers Guide
Working in SEND Schools: A Teachers Guide
4th August, 2020

What are SEND Schools? SEND Schools cater for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and can range in the support they cater for. SEN Schools can specialise in social interaction and language difficulties, sensory and physical…… Read More

SEN Resources: PECS & Managing Communication
SEN Resources: PECS & Managing Communication
29th July, 2020

Explore and understand effective communication within the Special Education Needs sector and the importance of using The Picture Exchange Communication System where required. What is PECS and why do I…… 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

Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
Imposter Syndrome in Education Leadership
16th May, 2022

Is Imposter Syndrome real? As a leader in a school, I often asked myself whether my success was due to luck. I frequently questioned whether I was good enough to…… Read More

Temporary Changes to Student and Working Holiday Visas in 2022 & How They Impact Educators
Temporary Changes to Student and Working Holiday Visas in 2022 & How They Impact Educators
25th January, 2022

We have been excitedly following the latest news regarding Working Holiday Maker and Student Visa holders. Here are the changes and how they impact educators.   Student Visa Changes   Student Visa…… Read More

10 Consideration for Educators Re-Engaging Students Post-Lockdown
10 Consideration for Educators Re-Engaging Students Post-Lockdown
3rd November, 2021

10 considerations for educators when engaging students who are returning back to school after remote schooling, after the lines between home and school were blurred with learning from home:  …… Read More

Special Needs Education Toolkit
Special Needs Education Toolkit
21st October, 2021

The role as a Special Education Needs Teacher can be one of the most challenging, but on the same breath, one of the most rewarding careers you could ever have.…… Read More

Casual teaching in the primary classroom
Casual teaching in the primary classroom
28th July, 2021

Are you in need of some primary education teaching ideas? anzuk Primary educators have put together the most important tips and tricks to use in your next primary lesson! This…… Read More

A Guide To Behaviour Management 2.0
A Guide To Behaviour Management 2.0
22nd July, 2021

Positive relationships between students and teachers helps to give young people the best opportunity for success in the classroom. This guide will cover ways that we can effectively manage student…… Read More

NAIDOC Week 2021 Teaching Resource
NAIDOC Week 2021 Teaching Resource
10th June, 2021

Every year, NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year, NAIDOC Week 2021 will be…… Read More

Traveling to Australia – May 2021 Update
Traveling to Australia – May 2021 Update
17th May, 2021

We understand it can be really challenging for all of you who have had your exciting plans changed as travel restrictions have been implemented. We want to share an update from our end, including everything…… Read More

Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
16th May, 2022

If you are a new teacher joining us in Melbourne or regional Victoria, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve chatted with our team to…… Read More

Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
21st April, 2022

If you’re an educator looking to make the move overseas soon you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed with where to start, but we can help! Watch our most recent…… Read More

Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
14th April, 2022

The South West of England is truly a hidden gem for many Australians, Kiwis, or Canadians that venture over to the UK.  With beautiful hidden British towns, magnificent beaches, breath-taking…… Read More

Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
16th May, 2022

If you are a new teacher joining us in Melbourne or regional Victoria, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve chatted with our team to…… Read More

Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
21st April, 2022

If you’re an educator looking to make the move overseas soon you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed with where to start, but we can help! Watch our most recent…… Read More

Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
14th April, 2022

The South West of England is truly a hidden gem for many Australians, Kiwis, or Canadians that venture over to the UK.  With beautiful hidden British towns, magnificent beaches, breath-taking…… Read More

Moving to the UK - The ultimate guide to organising your funds
Moving to the UK - The ultimate guide to organising your funds
10th March, 2022

All you need to know about organising your funds for your trip to the UK!  You’ve booked your trip to the UK and want to make sure you have all…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
4th March, 2022

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 update    As we move further into 2022 the global landscape for international travel is becoming a lot more accessible for Australians looking to move…… Read More

Earn up to £500 in relocation bonuses when teaching with anzuk in the UK
Earn up to £500 in relocation bonuses when teaching with anzuk in the UK
2nd March, 2022

How do I earn an extra £250 or £500 in relocation bonuses, when partnering with anzuk for my journey to the UK?   Whether you are a graduate Teacher looking to…… Read More

Travelling to the UK From New Zealand: February 2022
Travelling to the UK From New Zealand: February 2022
8th February, 2022

Wow! What a whirlwind it has been since our last update. Whilst NZ’s vaccination roll-out continued it’s strong pace through to the end of 2021, we have now been faced…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: January 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: January 2022 Update
14th January, 2022

Wow! What a whirlwind it has been since our last update. Whilst Australia’s vaccination roll-out continued its strong pace through to the end of 2021, we have now been faced with the new…… 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

Covid: Ex-teachers asked to return to schools
Covid: Ex-teachers asked to return to schools
6th January, 2022

Thousands of former teachers return to teaching each year, now could be a great time for you to become a teacher again and help support the education recovery in the…… Read More

Pupils’ mental wellbeing put to the test by Covid
Pupils’ mental wellbeing put to the test by Covid
15th December, 2021

The Covid pandemic (previous lockdowns in particular) has dampened pupil positivity and produced a significant malaise and negative impact on mental wellbeing.   During previous lockdowns, and ongoing periods of isolation, 52% of pupils…… Read More

anzuk Wellness Catalogue
anzuk Wellness Catalogue
20th August, 2021

We are all in this together!   We care about you, and we care about your wellbeing.   Lockdowns are a time of uncertainty. They can bring on feelings of anxiety, flatness, loneliness, and…… Read More

The five stages of lockdown grief
The five stages of lockdown grief
12th August, 2021

Lockdown grief:  I’m in the kitchen, making a coffee, minding my own business and then my housemate enters the room.   “Did you hear the news?” she says. My eye begins…… Read More

Skodel & MyConcern: The wellbeing platform for students
Skodel & MyConcern: The wellbeing platform for students
29th July, 2021

Skodel is the leading emotional education platform for schools.  Via an engaging ‘Check-In’, Skodel creates a moment for students to reflect on how they are feeling and provides immediate support to help them manage…… Read More

Lockdown, where to now? - Wellness tips for educators in lockdown
Lockdown, where to now? - Wellness tips for educators in lockdown
26th July, 2021

Lockdown, where to now? Let’s take a deep breath and begin by reminding ourselves that we are allowed to feel frustration, disappointment, uncertainty and/or despondency.  We want to do what…… Read More

6 Self-Care Practices for Educators in the School Holidays
6 Self-Care Practices for Educators in the School Holidays
27th June, 2021

The school holidays are here now, which means you have a chance to recalibrate and actively pursue your Wellness. According to the Global Wellness Institute, “Wellness is not a passive…… Read More

Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
Guide to living in Victoria for international educators
16th May, 2022

If you are a new teacher joining us in Melbourne or regional Victoria, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve chatted with our team to…… Read More

Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
Educator Extras - Teach in South West England
21st April, 2022

If you’re an educator looking to make the move overseas soon you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed with where to start, but we can help! Watch our most recent…… Read More

Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
Top 5 “must-sees” in England's Southwest
14th April, 2022

The South West of England is truly a hidden gem for many Australians, Kiwis, or Canadians that venture over to the UK.  With beautiful hidden British towns, magnificent beaches, breath-taking…… Read More

Guide to living or visiting Brisbane for Educators
Guide to living or visiting Brisbane for Educators
8th April, 2022

Brisbane is a wonderful place to live or visit. Known for warm weather, sunny beaches and a relaxed lifestyle. If you have the time venturing out of the city to…… Read More

Educator Extras - Teach in the UK Webinar
Educator Extras - Teach in the UK Webinar
4th April, 2022

If you’re an educator looking to make the move soon you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed with where to start, but we can help! Watch our recent webinar with…… Read More

Sydney Area Guide for English and Irish Educators
Sydney Area Guide for English and Irish Educators
16th March, 2022

Best Areas to Live in Sydney When you are new to Sydney, finding a place to live can seem like a daunting task. We’ve put together an area guide to help…… Read More

Moving to the UK - The ultimate guide to organising your funds
Moving to the UK - The ultimate guide to organising your funds
10th March, 2022

All you need to know about organising your funds for your trip to the UK!  You’ve booked your trip to the UK and want to make sure you have all…… Read More

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
Travelling to the UK: March 2022 Update
4th March, 2022

Travelling to the UK: March 2022 update    As we move further into 2022 the global landscape for international travel is becoming a lot more accessible for Australians looking to move…… 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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