Will the next step in your career journey take you to London?

Spanning 32 boroughs, there’s a wide range of teaching jobs available. With new schools opening and a current high demand for fully qualified teachers, teaching in London can offer an exciting new chapter in your teaching career. London is a vibrant city and many teachers choose to teach in London to experience the diversity, see the famous landmarks and immerse themselves in any number of the shows/concerts/sporting events the capital attracts.

Teaching in London

Living in London

Living in London

Want to live in an exciting multicultural city? Then London’s for you. The capital is one of the busiest and most exciting cities in the UK.

But it's not all concrete and buildings! 30% of London is open space and there are more than 140 parks and gardens to choose from.

Stats taken from an April 2019 Tes survey of over 2800 teachers in the UK. 

Things to do

There’s so many options for activities to fill your weekends. Whether you want to visit one of the 90 museums and galleries, see one of the 200 attractions, go to a festival, a football match or a musical, there's always something to do in London.

Watch a football match at Wembley, a rugby game at Twickenham, cricket at Lords or tennis at Wimbledon. You're spoilt for sporting choice in London. With four World Heritage sites and hundreds of world famous attractions, you won’t ever be bored. From Chinese to Italian, French to Indian, Lebanese to Korean, there are thousands of restaurants, markets, street stalls and cafés, of all price ranges, that reflect the city’s multicultural population.