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Posted , by John Regan

The old adage ‘patience is a virtue’ should have been coined for the process of getting a placement in a good international school! So many prospective candidates, having completed an individual profile, expect to achieve a position within a very short space of time.

Some even believe that they will be offered a position at the first role that appeals to them! Well, this occasionally happens with a superstar teacher, but for the rest of us mere mortals it’s a far more fraught and time-consuming affair.

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Posted , by Tim Douglas

I have a confession to make. I was struggling to come up with something for this blog which would be of interest to all you fab teachers out there. I wanted to write about initiative and then I found a story which perfectly highlights this theme.

So (and I promise I never did this at school), I have borrowed someone else’s work…

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Posted , by Nneka Chukwurah

Every year, 1st June marks International Children’s Day – a universal festival for children and a day for reflection on the rights and welfare of children around the world.

This day was first proclaimed by the World Conference for the Well-being of Children in 1925.

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