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Teaching in London –Careers in the Capital

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For teachers looking to get started out, the capital could be the ideal city to get started. London has well over 3000 schools, leaving thousands of teaching jobs available throughout the year.

Obviously it’s a huge city, and you may be restricted to certain areas of London, but the fact is teaching opportunities are out there to be found. The competition for spaces at schools is fierce, however, and each year more and more qualified teacher become available after their degrees, so you should always be keeping up with the latest London teaching jobs.

Permanent teaching positions are obviously harder to come by, and while you await your ideal opportunity at the school of your desires, cover teaching, also known as supply teaching and substitute teaching, is probably the ideal option.

It can also give you a taste of exactly what the London schools have to offer, ultimately allowing you to decide on perusing a teaching career in London. The good news is that out of 32 London Boroughs, 12 of them are situated in Central London, so there really are plenty of opportunities in the heart of the capital. Kick-start you career today by searching for teaching jobs in London.