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Dear Miss F - my travels as a teacher

16th April, 2018

(You don’t need to be a day dreamer to teach and satisfy wanderlust)   Dear Miss F, I’m writing to tell you how much I enjoyed being in your geography …Read More

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Winter blues busted: making the most of casual educators

10th April, 2018

When asked “what does winter mean to you?” some people may think of cosy blankets, dark evenings and cups of tea. However, when asking a Centre Director, they probably think …Read More

5 Tips for Educators Returning from their OE

10th April, 2018

So you’re coming home?   Returning from an overseas experience is such a scary and exciting experience. Will everything be the same? Will it feel like I never left? How much …Read More

Mike and the miseries - he nearly quit teaching

3rd April, 2018

Meet Miserable Mike. When he first contacted us, he was in the doldrums! Compared to Mike, Victor Meldrew is positively cheery and Moe the Bartender might be merry.   At …Read More

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Engaging children in outdoor learning experiences

21st March, 2018

When I think about my childhood and going to Kindergarten as a three and four-year-old I have fantastic memories of being outside. Learning through play and being outdoors is an …Read More

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Making a great first impression

20th March, 2018

First impressions count – you only get one chance to make one! Here are a few tips we’ve learned from working with schools to help you make a positive impact …Read More

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We are strong. We are resilient. We are Educators.

6th March, 2018

Choosing a career path can be a difficult decision.  A career in Early Childhood Education takes a special type of person; every day is filled with humour, excitement and challenges. …Read More

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Joining the anzuk family – A New Start in Sydney

23rd February, 2018

Upon meeting the anzuk team, and realising the culture within the Sydney office, the decision to join the team was easy. Coming from a teaching background and having been a …Read More

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Joining the anzuk family – A change into education recruitment

21st December, 2017

Coming to work on a daily basis and enjoying what you do is a thing some people can take for granted. I am lucky enough to work in a place …Read More

Joining the anzuk family… Why? I love building relationships

Joining the anzuk family – Why? I love building relationships

8th November, 2017

I started my journey in education in the states in 2008, I spent three summers in Philly and it changed my life.  Back then I never would have thought it …Read More

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The Other Side of the Desk

8th November, 2017

I often hear a bit of a surprised tone in the voice of the educators we work with when we tell them the hours we’re in the office. ‘But what …Read More

Joining the anzuk family … a 360-degree view of education

Joining the anzuk family – a 360-degree view of education

8th November, 2017

One of the very first things you learn as a teacher is the importance of reflective practice. Working to evaluate and consistently improve your practice, believe in your abilities and …Read More

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Joining the anzuk family – the classroom to permanent recruitment

5th October, 2017

Since beginning at anzuk I have heard my team say, ‘we don’t refer to ourselves as a recruitment agency’. To be completely honest, if you had asked me a year …Read More

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Making a great first impression

20th March, 2018

First impressions count – you only get one chance to make one! Here are a few tips we’ve learned from working with schools to help you make a positive impact …Read More

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Top Tips for Teaching in Perth

16th March, 2018

So, you’ve recently graduated and you’re ready to put your new skills to work in a classroom. There are a few things you need to have first. TRBWA – In …Read More

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Three Ways An Education Consultant Can Help You Gain a Long Term Role in Brisbane

14th February, 2018

As an expert in the field of long-term and contract placements in Brisbane’s Education Recruitment, Gianni breaks down how utilising this service is advantageous for any educator.   1. Knowledge …Read More

Three Reasons Why A Contract Position Could Be Your Best Path this Year

Three Reasons Why A Contract Position Could Be Your Best Path This Year

30th January, 2018

Leave replacement positions create great opportunities for both teachers and schools. Whether it be for a term, semester or a year, teachers have the opportunity to make a great impression …Read More

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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

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Preparing for a day of CRT

21st December, 2017

Many teachers will be taking their first step into the exciting and unpredictable world of casual relief teaching in early 2018. Initially it can be a daunting experience and you …Read More

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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

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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

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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

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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

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5 Tips for Educators Returning from their OE

10th April, 2018

So you’re coming home?   Returning from an overseas experience is such a scary and exciting experience. Will everything be the same? Will it feel like I never left? How much …Read More

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Mike and the miseries – he nearly quit teaching

3rd April, 2018

Meet Miserable Mike. When he first contacted us, he was in the doldrums! Compared to Mike, Victor Meldrew is positively cheery and Moe the Bartender might be merry.   At …Read More

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Making a great first impression

20th March, 2018

First impressions count – you only get one chance to make one! Here are a few tips we’ve learned from working with schools to help you make a positive impact …Read More

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Top Tips for Teaching in Perth

16th March, 2018

So, you’ve recently graduated and you’re ready to put your new skills to work in a classroom. There are a few things you need to have first. TRBWA – In …Read More

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We are strong. We are resilient. We are Educators.

6th March, 2018

Choosing a career path can be a difficult decision.  A career in Early Childhood Education takes a special type of person; every day is filled with humour, excitement and challenges. …Read More

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A letter to my younger self

26th February, 2018

A year and a half since my time in London came to an end, I thought I’d write some things I wish I knew before embarking on this adventure.   …Read More

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Joining the anzuk family – A New Start in Sydney

23rd February, 2018

Upon meeting the anzuk team, and realising the culture within the Sydney office, the decision to join the team was easy. Coming from a teaching background and having been a …Read More

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Remembering my favourite teacher… the reason I became a teacher!

19th February, 2018

On my first day of studying my education degree, I remember the lecturer asking us: “What was your inspiration to be a teacher?” ‘Good question’ I thought, as I had …Read More

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Winter blues busted: making the most of casual educators

10th April, 2018

When asked “what does winter mean to you?” some people may think of cosy blankets, dark evenings and cups of tea. However, when asking a Centre Director, they probably think …Read More

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Engaging children in outdoor learning experiences

21st March, 2018

When I think about my childhood and going to Kindergarten as a three and four-year-old I have fantastic memories of being outside. Learning through play and being outdoors is an …Read More

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We are strong. We are resilient. We are Educators.

6th March, 2018

Choosing a career path can be a difficult decision.  A career in Early Childhood Education takes a special type of person; every day is filled with humour, excitement and challenges. …Read More

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Top 10 Tips To A Great Day In An Early Childhood Setting

31st January, 2018

Making a good impression is important on your first day at a new centre. In my experience, if you follow these tips you are sure to have a great day! …Read More

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Male Educators in Early Childhood?

31st August, 2017

It was 2014 when I boarded a flight to Australia from Dublin with dreams of exploring Australia’s coastline and meeting amazing people. After a few months of travelling, I decided …Read More

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Joining the anzuk family – Recruitment, a new career?

31st August, 2017

It all started when I found myself thinking of a career change; I wanted a challenge. Something that would test me, allow me to grow and develop and somewhere I …Read More

Making a GREAT impact

Making a GREAT impact

11th May, 2017

What does it take to be a great educator? During my time as an Early Childhood educator I have held many different roles, from assistant to lead educator, in a …Read More

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Winter blues busted: making the most of casual educators

10th April, 2018

When asked “what does winter mean to you?” some people may think of cosy blankets, dark evenings and cups of tea. However, when asking a Centre Director, they probably think …Read More

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Engaging children in outdoor learning experiences

21st March, 2018

When I think about my childhood and going to Kindergarten as a three and four-year-old I have fantastic memories of being outside. Learning through play and being outdoors is an …Read More

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Making a great first impression

20th March, 2018

First impressions count – you only get one chance to make one! Here are a few tips we’ve learned from working with schools to help you make a positive impact …Read More

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We are strong. We are resilient. We are Educators.

6th March, 2018

Choosing a career path can be a difficult decision.  A career in Early Childhood Education takes a special type of person; every day is filled with humour, excitement and challenges. …Read More

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How to transform a student’s negative behaviour into role-model leadership!

8th November, 2017

It’s not necessary that in every classroom there is a student with extreme behavioural issues. It’s not a surprise either though when there is, given the diverse range of experiences, …Read More

What do you want to be when you grow up…?

What do you want to be when you grow up…?

11th May, 2017

This is a question that we hear way too often as children. I had no idea what I wanted to do. I did very well at school, which “opened doors”. …Read More

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4 Children’s Books That Keep Giving Beyond Storytime

24th August, 2016

It’s Children’s Book Week. To celebrate, I thought I would share with you 4 children’s books that I regularly read to my son and daughter (and the messages that I …Read More

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5 Reasons you NEED to do anaphylaxis PD

14th June, 2016

Do you really know what anaphylaxis is? Do you know what anaphylactic symptoms look like? Would you be able to tell the difference between anaphylactic symptoms and other allergies, say …Read More

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Engaging children in outdoor learning experiences

21st March, 2018

When I think about my childhood and going to Kindergarten as a three and four-year-old I have fantastic memories of being outside. Learning through play and being outdoors is an …Read More

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Engaging children in outdoor learning experiences

21st March, 2018

When I think about my childhood and going to Kindergarten as a three and four-year-old I have fantastic memories of being outside. Learning through play and being outdoors is an …Read More

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Why I love being an SEN Teacher

11th May, 2017

Over the years, I’ve worked with students with behaviours of concern, ASD, ADHD, CD, physical and emotional disorders, and gained experience with mild, moderate and severe intellectual and physical disabilities. …Read More

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Working in Special Education: A Toolkit

11th May, 2017

As an experienced Special Education Teacher, I’m proud to join anzuk Education and work with casual staff and schools in special needs settings. Here is my simple tool kit for …Read More

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Mike and the miseries – he nearly quit teaching

3rd April, 2018

Meet Miserable Mike. When he first contacted us, he was in the doldrums! Compared to Mike, Victor Meldrew is positively cheery and Moe the Bartender might be merry.   At …Read More

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A letter to my younger self

26th February, 2018

A year and a half since my time in London came to an end, I thought I’d write some things I wish I knew before embarking on this adventure.   …Read More

The challenges educators face when moving to the UK

The challenges educators face when moving to the UK

12th January, 2018

So you’ve decided to make the move over to the UK to do some Teaching and a lot of travelling but how do you get started? As someone who had …Read More

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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

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Supply Teacher Do’s and Don’ts in the UK

21st December, 2017

It really is a nice feeling when your consultant calls you after a day’s work to say ‘the school you taught at today thought you did an amazing job and …Read More

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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

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Understanding UK education terminology: My experience with education terminology as an overseas teacher

8th November, 2017

Teaching is a global profession, with many educators developing and sharing their skills overseas. I made the move to the UK from Australia and have found the education systems share …Read More

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How to Make the Most of Teaching and Living in London

8th November, 2017

Have a can do attitude and put yourself out there! As corny as that sounds, you will learn the most about yourself as a teacher and as a person when …Read More

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5 Tips for Educators Returning from their OE

10th April, 2018

So you’re coming home?   Returning from an overseas experience is such a scary and exciting experience. Will everything be the same? Will it feel like I never left? How much …Read More

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A letter to my younger self

26th February, 2018

A year and a half since my time in London came to an end, I thought I’d write some things I wish I knew before embarking on this adventure.   …Read More

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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

The challenges educators face when moving to the UK

The challenges educators face when moving to the UK

12th January, 2018

So you’ve decided to make the move over to the UK to do some Teaching and a lot of travelling but how do you get started? As someone who had …Read More

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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

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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

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How to Make the Most of Teaching and Living in London

8th November, 2017

Have a can do attitude and put yourself out there! As corny as that sounds, you will learn the most about yourself as a teacher and as a person when …Read More

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Teach in the UK – Emma’s Journey

8th November, 2017

What is your favourite London teaching story?  There are so many! Most of the time I tried to have some fun with the students and really utilise my time I …Read More

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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!

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