Posts by Alex Reynolds

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Alex leads on our English and Humanities positions. He has taught and worked on education programmes in Japan, Nepal, Ethiopia, Uganda, Portugal and the United States. After graduating from University of Newcastle he participated in the inaugural cohort of TeachFirst and taught Geography for two years at the West London Academy. He then moved to Portugal where he was Director of Studies at the Oporto British School. In 2007 he returned to London as Education Advisor at CABE. There he designed and developed ‘Green Day', an education initiative about climate change which today involves 250,000 pupils across the UK annually. Prior to setting up Teacher Horizons, Alex was Director of the Youth and Philanthropy Initiative - an international education programme that inspires young people to engage with charities in their local communities.
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As a team of teachers ourselves, we designed Teacher Horizons to simplify your job search and provide free support for teachers looking to move internationally. We work closely with hundreds of great schools all over the world and every year we place teachers in over fifty countries. We hope you will join a quarter of… Read more »

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We strongly believe that ‘internationalising teaching’ isn’t about just working with privileged private international schools. Our vision has always been to work with a range of institutions that benefit from overseas teachers where teachers can learn and develop professionally in an international context. These organisations might be charity projects, local schools, social enterprises too – places where teachers can learn new transferable skills.

We support organisations like this in two ways. First, we offer free advertising on our website. Secondly we have committed to giving 10% of our profits to education charities in Cambodia – where our Asia office is based.

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“Entrepreneurship can and will be the liberating force for Africa’s economy”

“All our future leaders will need to take human-centred approaches to resolving the challenges we face”

“No, success does not knock on doors. Talks don’t lead to great achievement. Only actions count”

Where are these quotations taken from? Mandela’s autobiography? The Dalai Lama? The FT?

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