Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Kent Teach - Kent County Council Schools

Would you like to live and work in the Garden of England?
I am of course talking about the lovely county of Kent, some of you may know that I was born in Kent and lived there until the age of five, which meant I went to my very first school in Kent, I had a lovely teacher named Miss Norman, the school itself seemed huge, I have fond memories of the place, although I cried every morning that I went, being able to remember the school and teachers name 32 years later, means that it must have had an effect on me.
One of my very best friends and her family have lived in Kent all of their lives and we have visited them often over the years, since having the children we have found ourselves in Kent a few times, on our way to EuroDisney.
I have very fond memories of playing at The Strand and I am sure my teenage daughter would love to go shopping at Bluewater, although my nine year old daughter would prefer to go to Howletts Wild Animal Park, and the boys the Cyclopark, put these all together and that sounds like My Perfect Kent Day.
Being one of the largest local authorities in the country Kent County Council Schools are looking for some amazing teachers to take up posts in their 600+ schools.
I can imagine Living and teaching in Kent would be a huge lifestyle change for some people. When my husband left University in London, we decided that we did not want to live in such a busy place, and began looking at the quieter counties that still offered access to the Capital, and Kent was certainly one of the ones we considered.
Kent County Council has decided to organise a Facebook competition to show potential employees what their life could be like if they were living and working in Kent. This could be a wonderful change of lifestyle opportunity for those considering a move.
The entrants are being asked to submit a story on what they think their life would be like if they lived in Kent.  The stories will be shortlisted and introduced to a public vote for the favourite one. The prize is an all-expenses paid weekend in Kent.
So, if you know of any brilliant teachers that you think would benefit from taking a look at this beautiful county or you are a teacher yourself that would like to explore new opportunities head over to the Facebook page and enter.

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