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can oversees qualified teachers work in HK?

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    onesarah is offline Registered User
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    can oversees qualified teachers work in HK?

    i am from the uk and a qualified primary school teacher. hubby and i thinking of moving to Hk at the end of the year and i am wondering whether i will be able to get a job in a primary school....
    i currently only work 2 days (as have a 19month old), do such opps exisit?

    any advice from teachers appreciated
    thanks

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    I'd start looking with the English Schools Foundation (ESF).
    http://www.esf.edu.hk/

    They have a section called Working with us at http://www.esf.edu.hk/index.aspx?no***D=1041&langNo=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by onesarah View Post
    i am from the uk and a qualified primary school teacher. hubby and i thinking of moving to Hk at the end of the year and i am wondering whether i will be able to get a job in a primary school....
    i currently only work 2 days (as have a 19month old), do such opps exisit?

    any advice from teachers appreciated
    thanks
    Most definitely UK qualified teachers can work here, but part-time positions are hard to come by.

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    There are lots of international school options here in HK. A little tedious as you may have to go their websites individually.
    You can also join the NET Scheme run by the EDB here in HK.
    Heaps of teaching jobs in HK for a UK qualified teaching family. Part time positions do come by but rare. There are lots of ELTA or private NET jobs though that are part-time

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    oversees is spelt overseas.

    hubby
    Last edited by e-mum; 07-29-2007 at 09:56 PM.

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    onesarah,

    sent you a pm, please check.

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    i am glad e-mum's hubby has time to correct such major spelling mistakes! i know fine well its spelt with an 'a' but when writing quickly with a son tapping at the keyboard, its hard to forget ones spelling rules. please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onesarah View Post
    i am glad e-mum's hubby has time to correct such major spelling mistakes! i know fine well its spelt with an 'a' but when writing quickly with a son tapping at the keyboard, its hard to forget ones spelling rules. please.
    should i say remember spelling rules. you see, there i go again...

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