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

From snow-capped peaks to wild coastline and the capital Cardiff – voted Britain’s most sociable city ­– not to mention Newport and Swansea, Wales has the perfect school for everyone, at all stages of their teaching life. You just need to decide where will your Welsh adventure take you?

Teaching in Wales

Living in Wales

Living in Wales

The cost of living in Wales is low but of a high standard and considerably lower than the UK average.

It’s also an exciting time for Welsh education with the new Welsh curriculum to be used throughout the country by 2022. The new curriculum is designed to help young people to thrive in a future where digital skills, adaptability and creativity will be as crucial as knowledge.

26% of Wales is designated as a national park or area of outstanding natural beauty and there are great transport links to all major cities, so if you ever did want to leave the Idyllic beauty, you’re well connected. 

Source: UK House Price Index summary: March 2019

Things to do

The All Wales Coastal Path means it's the only country in the world with a national walking trail that follows its entire coastline, all 870 miles of it. When you’re done exploring that, there are approximately 600 castles still to be found, making it the castle capital of Europe. Wales also boasts six World Heritage sites and more than 150 stunning beaches. 

You'll need to leave some time to explore Snowdonia National Park, visit the brilliant theatres in Llandudno, Mold and Bangor, cheer on a Welsh rugby game in Cardiff or even visit the annual, world-famous literature festival in Hay. 

Find your perfect role

If you tell us more about your experience, we can take the stress out of job hunting and let you know when a school has a role we think you’d be perfect for.