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Tips, Techniques and Rules All Primary School Educators Should Know

24th May, 2019

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 prep -grade 6 …Read More

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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

Jackie's UK Experience

8th May, 2019

I’m a Brit.  Born and raised in a little town called Camberley in Surrey.  Surrey is one of the “home counties” of the UK, which are the counties that surround …Read More

Rowans UK Experience: All aboard the big tin bird….Her Majesty needs you!

28th March, 2019

While my peers suggested that heading to the UK to teach directly following graduation may not be the best idea in the world - I was pretty invested in making …Read More

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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

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Growth @ anzuk

20th September, 2018

The team @ anzuk deliver an amazing service to education facilities across the globe. This service is underpinned by a strong connection with our values and drives the team collective to …Read More

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Relationships @ anzuk

20th September, 2018

We are very proud of all of our a-team members for the way their lasting and true relationships are built which is pivotal in how we impact exceptional experiences for …Read More

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Empower @ anzuk

20th September, 2018

Empower hits right at the heart of the anzuk purpose. We are empowered each and every day to create exceptional experiences for the learners of today. Being empowered along with empowering …Read More

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The a-team: Who are we?

23rd August, 2018

Our team at anzuk identify as the a-team. Cliche? Maybe. Appropriate? Absolutely. What started as a throwaway nickname for our team, ‘the a-team’ now connects us between our offices across …Read More

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'One team' culture at anzuk

16th August, 2018

As a global company, we are extremely lucky to have offices in amazing locations around Australia, the UK, and LA. No matter the distance or time zone between offices, we …Read More

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Attitude @ anzuk

26th July, 2018

This week I continue to explore our values at anzuk. Dictionary.com describes the word as “a feeling or opinion about something or someone, or a way of behaving that is …Read More

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Team @ anzuk Education

29th June, 2018

Our internal values at anzuk are something we are all very proud of. Living our shared beliefs allows us to create value for others, driving BE GREAT in all that …Read More

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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: UK Edition

26th March, 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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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: Irish Edition

26th March, 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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Educator Survey Results - Bi-annual March 19

5th March, 2019

Thank you to everyone that completed our biannual survey, we were very grateful for the outstanding response rates. With over 1400 educators and 265 schools replying, this provides us with …Read More

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School Survey Results - Bi-annual March 19

5th March, 2019

Thank you to everyone that completed our biannual survey, we are very grateful for the feedback.  With over 265 schools and 1400 educator responses, this provides us with invaluable information …Read More

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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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Putting the right shoe forward: Dressing appropriately in educational settings

26th February, 2019

As you go out to schools & centres you will find there is some variation in the dress code of each educational community. Here are some general guidelines to ensure …Read More

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Advance your career in education with Rural and Regional Opportunities

12th February, 2019

Advance your career in education with Rural and Regional Opportunities Written by Mitch Jones – UK & NSW Permanent Opportunities Specialist Living in regional NSW can be one of the …Read More

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Teach in Australia - Antonia's Journey

18th January, 2019

Antonia, a British Secondary Teacher, shares with us her experience of moving to Melbourne, Australia in 2018 with anzuk.   Q:When did you arrive in Australia and what made you …Read More

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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

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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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Tips, Techniques and Rules All Primary School Educators Should Know

24th May, 2019

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 prep -grade 6 …Read More

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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

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Jackie's UK Experience

8th May, 2019

I’m a Brit.  Born and raised in a little town called Camberley in Surrey.  Surrey is one of the “home counties” of the UK, which are the counties that surround …Read More

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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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Advance your career in education with Rural and Regional Opportunities

12th February, 2019

Advance your career in education with Rural and Regional Opportunities Written by Mitch Jones – UK & NSW Permanent Opportunities Specialist Living in regional NSW can be one of the …Read More

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Teach in Australia - Antonia's Journey

18th January, 2019

Antonia, a British Secondary Teacher, shares with us her experience of moving to Melbourne, Australia in 2018 with anzuk.   Q:When did you arrive in Australia and what made you …Read More

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Lifelong Learning Moment - Team Teaching

22nd November, 2018

A practice that we see becoming more and more common in the classroom is team-teaching, or working as part of a teaching team. As a concept, the practice makes a …Read More

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Classroom vs Office - the best of both worlds

22nd November, 2018

Do you love supply teaching in schools across London and want to be challenged in a fun and vibrant office environment? Do you deeply care about education and developing strong …Read More

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Candidate Testimonials

7th February, 2019

The following testimonials are from anzuk educators working in early childhood in Sydney… Zuba My experience with anzuk has been positive. Craig, Jess and the rest of the team were …Read More

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Does using agency casuals increase overall NQS ratings?

1st November, 2018

Summary Many opinions exist on the use of agency casuals in the early childhood and OSHC sectors. An analysis conducted by a specialist educational staffing solutions group, anzuk education, compared …Read More

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Teach in Australia - Sarah's Journey

1st June, 2018

Sarah is a teacher from Belfast currently working in Sydney. Our Early Childhood Consultant Anna chatted with Sarah about her experiences so far… Why did you decide to move to …Read More

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Teach in Australia - Laura's Journey

15th May, 2018

Laura is an Early Childhood Teacher from Wales, and moved to Sydney 5 months ago. Our Early Childhood Consultant Siobhan chatted with Laura about her journey and experiences with anzuk …Read More

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Teach in Australia - Naomi's Journey

4th May, 2018

Naomi is an Early Childhood Teacher from Meath, Ireland. She has 5 years’ experience and has been working with anzuk Education since arriving in Australia 5 months ago. Our Early …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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Didn’t get a teaching shift? Don’t worry, I have you covered.

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Tips, Techniques and Rules All Primary School Educators Should Know

24th May, 2019

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 prep -grade 6 …Read More

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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: UK Edition

26th March, 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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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: Irish Edition

26th March, 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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Celebrating Classroom Management: Feb 2019

4th March, 2019

This month on social media we celebrated Classroom Management. A lot of the tips and tricks we learnt at our Graduate Teachers conference, so we have shared some great tips …Read More

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Putting the right shoe forward: Dressing appropriately in educational settings

26th February, 2019

As you go out to schools & centres you will find there is some variation in the dress code of each educational community. Here are some general guidelines to ensure …Read More

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Tips and Ideas for Teaching Performing Arts

19th February, 2019

Are you in need of some Performing Arts teaching inspo? anzuk Performing Arts teachers have put together an amazing document for you with helpful tips and tricks to use in your next drama, …Read More

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Celebrating English: Jan 2019

18th January, 2019

  This month we are celebrating Enligsh with some fun ways to improve your classroom writing and analysis! Roll and Re-tell This is a simple game you can play with …Read More

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Celebrating Physical Education: November 2018

5th December, 2018

This month we celebrated PHYSICAL EDUCATION at anzuk! We spent time making discussing the importance of PE as a subject and sitting down with some of anzuk’s very own PE …Read More

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Ten Things Children Wish For...

2nd July, 2018

‘I wish I could talk to rabbits’ – Shreya, 4 ‘I wish I was an astronaut’ – Abbie, 5 ‘I wish I had £157 pounds’ – Ben, 3 ‘I wish …Read More

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Thank You Notes: Working for anzuk has kept me in the profession...

7th August, 2018

Working for anzuk had kept me in the profession.   Like so many in rural areas in Victoria gaining an ongoing teaching position is almost impossible. Teachers spend their whole …Read More

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What is it like to work in a Special Educational Needs setting?

28th June, 2018

This is a question we get asked a lot! We decided to put this question out to some of our educators so they can share with others why they do …Read More

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Education Support - A Rewarding Career

20th April, 2018

Growing up, I got to watch my Mum go to work every day with a smile on her face. It wasn’t until I was older that I realised, not everyone …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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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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Jackie's UK Experience

8th May, 2019

I’m a Brit.  Born and raised in a little town called Camberley in Surrey.  Surrey is one of the “home counties” of the UK, which are the counties that surround …Read More

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Rowans UK Experience: All aboard the big tin bird….Her Majesty needs you!

28th March, 2019

While my peers suggested that heading to the UK to teach directly following graduation may not be the best idea in the world – I was pretty invested in making …Read More

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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: UK Edition

26th March, 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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Classroom vs Office - the best of both worlds

22nd November, 2018

Do you love supply teaching in schools across London and want to be challenged in a fun and vibrant office environment? Do you deeply care about education and developing strong …Read More

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Teach in Australia – UK Resource Consultant Taryn Shares Maria’s Experience

23rd October, 2018

Moving to the other side of the world is a daunting thought, let alone the task itself! Trust me, I know. On December 2nd, 2017, I hopped on a flight …Read More

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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

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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

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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

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Jackie's UK Experience

8th May, 2019

I’m a Brit.  Born and raised in a little town called Camberley in Surrey.  Surrey is one of the “home counties” of the UK, which are the counties that surround …Read More

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Rowans UK Experience: All aboard the big tin bird….Her Majesty needs you!

28th March, 2019

While my peers suggested that heading to the UK to teach directly following graduation may not be the best idea in the world – I was pretty invested in making …Read More

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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: UK Edition

26th March, 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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VIT Top 10 Mistakes: Irish Edition

26th March, 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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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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Advance your career in education with Rural and Regional Opportunities

12th February, 2019

Advance your career in education with Rural and Regional Opportunities Written by Mitch Jones – UK & NSW Permanent Opportunities Specialist Living in regional NSW can be one of the …Read More

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Teach in Australia - Antonia's Journey

18th January, 2019

Antonia, a British Secondary Teacher, shares with us her experience of moving to Melbourne, Australia in 2018 with anzuk.   Q:When did you arrive in Australia and what made you …Read More

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Joy's Aussie Christmas

5th December, 2018

Joy, a Welsh girl now working in anzuk’s London Bridge office, shares her experience of Christmas in Australia. How did you spend your first Christmas in Australia? Who with? I …Read More

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