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Teach in the UK: The Education System and Marking Tips

14th August, 2018

What is it like marking work in the UK school system? The answer varies between Primary and Secondary so Ash and Tyler have broken these down for you... Primary School …Read More

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Teach in the UK: Behaviour Management Tips

14th August, 2018

When we talk to teachers about what their perception of teaching in the UK is, the response generally makes a reference to challenging behaviour. Managing students behaviour is imperative regardless …Read More

Teach in the UK: Daily Supply vs. Long Term Work

14th August, 2018

If you're interested in teaching in the UK you may have been asked the question - "Would you prefer Supply or Long Term work?" - So, what exactly are the …Read More

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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Celebrating Science: July 2018

30th July, 2018

This month we celebrated Science on our social media. We wanted to share with you some of our favourite, and most simple science experiments you can practice in the classroom …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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Teach in the UK- Lachlan’s Journey

21st June, 2018

How was your experience working as a teacher in Australia with anzuk Education? My experience of working with anzuk was incredibly positive and rewarding. The guys and girls in the …Read More

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Joining the anzuk family – Why I love working in the field of Education…

24th April, 2018

My career journey to date has been a roller-coaster. It has seen me finish an Education degree, work in schools and undertake a variety of management roles within Vocational Education …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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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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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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Suitable Referees – Recommendations for Teachers and Teaching Assistants

2nd May, 2018

Experienced Teachers Once you have held a contract or ongoing position within a school you will need to look at securing referees of a Principal level (this includes Assistant, Deputy, …Read More

Behaviour Management Strategies for a CRT

Behaviour Management Strategies for Casual Educators

23rd April, 2018

Working as a CRT can certainly be challenging at times if students test their new teacher. They can prod and probe to find out if they can wind the teacher …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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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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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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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

Teacjher Journey

Teach in the UK- Lachlan’s Journey

21st June, 2018

How was your experience working as a teacher in Australia with anzuk Education? My experience of working with anzuk was incredibly positive and rewarding. The guys and girls in the …Read More

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School’s Out, And So Are You: The Teacher Holidays of the Moment…

18th June, 2018

Where do you escape to when the school year is over, and seeing Big Ben and Oxford Street alllll over again just won’t cut it? Get booking those tickets and …Read More

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“Oh No: My Kids Are ‘Teching’ Over The Classroom!”

4th June, 2018

Remember when you were a student, facing the desk rather than being behind it? Your teacher had a trusty projector and acetate sheets in their hoards, and I bet you …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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Five Things Only the Best Teachers Know

14th May, 2018

It’s not a 9 to 5 It’s not even a 7 to 3 – the bell may ring for the students, but it almost never rings for you. When you …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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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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Teach in the UK: The Education System and Marking Tips

14th August, 2018

What is it like marking work in the UK school system? The answer varies between Primary and Secondary so Ash and Tyler have broken these down for you… Primary School …Read More

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Teach in the UK: Behaviour Management Tips

14th August, 2018

When we talk to teachers about what their perception of teaching in the UK is, the response generally makes a reference to challenging behaviour. Managing students behaviour is imperative regardless …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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Celebrating Science: July 2018

30th July, 2018

This month we celebrated Science on our social media. We wanted to share with you some of our favourite, and most simple science experiments you can practice in the classroom …Read More

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A Story. A Song. A Film (and a great idea for English teachers)

17th May, 2018

These three forms follow the same despairing narrative, first written by an American short story great. This story was later retold through song by an Australian music legend, and in …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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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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Teach in the UK: The Education System and Marking Tips

14th August, 2018

What is it like marking work in the UK school system? The answer varies between Primary and Secondary so Ash and Tyler have broken these down for you… Primary School …Read More

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Teach in the UK: Behaviour Management Tips

14th August, 2018

When we talk to teachers about what their perception of teaching in the UK is, the response generally makes a reference to challenging behaviour. Managing students behaviour is imperative regardless …Read More

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Teach in the UK: Daily Supply vs. Long Term Work

14th August, 2018

If you’re interested in teaching in the UK you may have been asked the question – “Would you prefer Supply or Long Term work?” – So, what exactly are the …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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Teach in the UK – Mikhaela’s Journey

3rd July, 2018

My biggest piece of advice when moving to London is…. BE A YES PERSON! Like many other Aussies and Kiwis, I moved over to London solo. It can be a daunting …Read More

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Teach in the UK- Lachlan’s Journey

21st June, 2018

How was your experience working as a teacher in Australia with anzuk Education? My experience of working with anzuk was incredibly positive and rewarding. The guys and girls in the …Read More

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Teacher Travels: Ticket to Morocco

13th June, 2018

Over the half term break, four of our teachers donned their backpacks, strapped on their sandals (and moonboot) and explored the picturesque Morocco! We asked Molly and Tessa to share …Read More

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Teach in the UK – Meredith’s Journey

1st June, 2018

Moving over to London I had no friends or family in the United Kingdom. I had graduated my teaching degree in December, and made the move in January, so came …Read More

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Teach in the UK: The Education System and Marking Tips

14th August, 2018

What is it like marking work in the UK school system? The answer varies between Primary and Secondary so Ash and Tyler have broken these down for you… Primary School …Read More

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Teach in the UK: Behaviour Management Tips

14th August, 2018

When we talk to teachers about what their perception of teaching in the UK is, the response generally makes a reference to challenging behaviour. Managing students behaviour is imperative regardless …Read More

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Teach in the UK: Daily Supply vs. Long Term Work

14th August, 2018

If you’re interested in teaching in the UK you may have been asked the question – “Would you prefer Supply or Long Term work?” – So, what exactly are the …Read More

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Teach in the UK – Mikhaela’s Journey

3rd July, 2018

My biggest piece of advice when moving to London is…. BE A YES PERSON! Like many other Aussies and Kiwis, I moved over to London solo. It can be a daunting …Read More

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Teaching in the UK vs. Teaching in Australia

27th June, 2018

We asked two Aussie teachers, Ash (Primary) and Angus (Secondary), to compare teaching in Oz to teaching in the UK and here’s what they had to say.   How was …Read More

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Teach in the UK- Lachlan’s Journey

21st June, 2018

How was your experience working as a teacher in Australia with anzuk Education? My experience of working with anzuk was incredibly positive and rewarding. The guys and girls in the …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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Teacher Travels: Ticket to Morocco

13th June, 2018

Over the half term break, four of our teachers donned their backpacks, strapped on their sandals (and moonboot) and explored the picturesque Morocco! We asked Molly and Tessa to share …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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