Competition for teachers to win a luxury weekend in beautiful Kent.
Have you explored Kent? It’s in the very south east of the country and offers everything from lively urban environments to the most out-of-the way rural delights.
Reflecting the varied nature of the county, there are some 600 plus schools across the Kent and Kent County Council estate offering a huge variety of opportunities for both secondary and primary teachers.
What’s so good about teaching in Kent?
Not for nothing is this part of the country known as the Garden of England, surrounded by nature, yet within easy reach of London and the continent. Life in Kent affords the best work-life balance alongside top-notch professionals. Wherever you are heritage and the best of contemporary Britain are only a short reach away.
As one of the largest local authorities in the country, Kent County Council Schools are committed to attracting talented teachers – both experienced and new – to their schools and offering them the challenges and rewards they are looking for.
As part of the Council’s drive to encourage the UK’s best teachers to look imagine Living and teaching in Kent, they are launching a competition on Facebook with a fantastic prize – a luxury trip to Kent.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is write a brief account of what you think your life would be like if you lived in Kent. Would you work in a primary in a serene costal village or an energetic urban secondary? Consider the lifestyle opportunity.
Then the stories will be shortlisted and posted on our Facebook page for the public to vote on – the one with the most votes wins. It’s that simple and will only take a few minutes to enter. Visit the Facebook page to enter.