WHAT I LOVE ABOUT TEACHING AND LIVING IN CHINA

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT TEACHING AND LIVING IN CHINA

THINGS THAT SURPRISED ME: GREEN SPACES Chandre lives in Chongqing and when she first researched the location it was not very encouraging; it looked pretty grey and depressing. But her research was very quickly disproved as there is so much greenery she says, it is...
China: there’s an app for that

China: there’s an app for that

In this day and age technology is king. No where is this more true than the techno-giant country that is China. Adjusting to expat life in China can take some time for new teachers. Luckily, there are loads of apps designed to make life in China a breeze!...
What is KG/Is it the same as Gr R?

What is KG/Is it the same as Gr R?

With the different terms and names used all over the world it can get fuzzy. However, we explain all you need to know on the difference and similarities of children’s foundation learning. You will have heard us talk about Kindergarten or KG positions,...
Do’s and Don’ts for travelling to the Middle East

Do’s and Don’ts for travelling to the Middle East

Travelling to a new country with a different culture can be daunting, but doing research and checking facts is the best way to make sure your travel and transition is smooth. Check out our tips and advice. 1) Using your left hand – when greeting, eating and opening...
Why teach in China?

Why teach in China?

Why teach in China? Many of the candidates that contact us for teaching positions overseas only want positions in the Middle East; locations like Dubai and Abu Dhabi are well-known and many of these teachers have friends/colleagues that are currently teaching in these...
Don’t panic

Don’t panic

Many of our teachers are travelling and getting ready to leave to their new schools in the Middle East and China, full of excitement and trepidation about what lies in store for them. Arriving in a foreign country is daunting. So what do you do, if you are scanning...