Posts by Tiffany Kibblewhite

Working at Cairo English School

Calling all teachers in London! Cairo English School is on the lookout for adventurous and experienced teachers to join their dedicated and diverse team in Egypt. Interviews are being held in London from the 19th – 24th November or over Skype. If you are interested in this amazing opportunity, read on to hear some testimonials from… Read more »

Read more »

Come and visit us at the IB conference

Teacherhorizons is proud to be attending the IB conference in The Hague this October, where we will be launching our new Explorer service and providing an introduction to interested schools. If you would like to find out more about how your school can save time and money on recruitment, come and meet us there –… Read more »

Read more »

Prepare yourself: Top international interview questions.

International teaching interviews can be terrifying. You often don’t have that face to face contact with your interviewer (rather screen to screen via Skype) which means there can be technical hitches involved, and you can’t read body language like in a regular interview. Also, your only judgment on what the school actually looks like is… Read more »

Read more »

Getting your Teacherhorizons profile and CV photo right.

According to psychology, a first impression is ‘the event when one person first encounters another person, evaluates them, and forms a mental representation of that person’. Now that word encounter is important, as it does not just apply to a face-to-face meeting. When you have a profile with us on Teacherhorizons, your photo is what gives potential schools that… Read more »

Read more »

Three reasons schools value Teacherhorizons and our recruitment service.

At Teacherhorizons, we’ve had another fantastic year and we’re proud of the feedback we’ve received from teachers. We’ve helped over a thousand teachers secure positions in over fifty countries. We also support hundreds of schools – all over the world. This blog is to share some recent feedback from Headteachers and recruiters that we work with…  … Read more »

Read more »

We asked our teachers… “What advice would you give to others thinking of teaching abroad?”

At Teacherhorizons we love to get feedback from teachers about their experiences all over the world. We recently sent out a questionnaire to get some of this inside scoop. We have already shared with you the answers to “tell me something you have learned”, “tell me a funny story” and “what are the misconceptions about teaching internationally?”…. Read more »

Read more »

We asked our teachers… “What are the misconceptions about teaching internationally?”

At Teacherhorizons we love to get feedback from teachers about their experiences all over the world. We recently sent out a questionnaire to get some of this inside scoop. We have already shared with you the answers to “tell me something you have learned” and “tell me a funny story”. Here are the answers to a question… Read more »

Read more »

Ten things to love about Cambodia

As you may know, our main hub here at Teacherhorizons is in the beautiful city of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  It is there I have spent the last 6 months enjoying the culture, climate and cuisine. We work with many schools in Cambodia, such as JPA who we mentioned recently in our blog The best international schools to teach… Read more »

Read more »