With a population of almost 300,000, Brighton is becoming an increasingly popular location
for many people to live. With direct connections to the capital, the beach on your doorstep
and unique shopping experiences, it is no wonder. The City of Brighton and Hove has a rich
history with a diverse and multicultural population. Known for it’s bohemian charm, bars and
restaurants and quaint shopping district.
Brighton has some of the best state and private schools in the UK, schools like
Brighton College attract pupils from all over the world. And with 39 state
primary schools, 9 state secondary schools, 6 special schools and 5 private primary
and secondary schools, there is so much opportunity to teach or support in this
wonderful city. On top of this there are two successful universities. Get in touch
if you want to know more about teaching opportunities in Brighton and Hove.
With a population of 550,000, 10 major towns and over 200 villages, Sussex is a large and diverse
local authority. The Seven Sisters Park is part of the South Downs National Park. Beachy Head is
one of the most famed local attractions, along with the flats along Normans Bay. We can’t forget
1066 and the battle of Hastings. There are so many landmarks of historical interest. There are
castles a Bodiam, Hersmonceux, Lewes and Pevesey to name a few. There are great transport links
across Sussex, including buses and trains.
East Sussex over 200 schools serve the area; many of them small and local in scope.
East Sussex has a school that celebrated its 500th birthday in 2012 – Lewes Old Grammar
School. Incredible! If you want to teach in East Sussex, get in touch.
West Sussex is a great place to live, with over 850,000 people making it their home. With a
rich history and many historical landmarks (such as Arundel Castle, Lancing College’s chapel,
Goodwood House, and many more. The county contains 7 district and borough councils
(Adur, Arun, Chichester, Crawley, Horsham, Mid Sussex and Worthing), and 159 town, parish and
neighbourhood councils, including notable towns;
West Sussex has a broad education system, with a assortment of county-maintained secondary schools and
academies and over twenty independent senior schools. Primary education is provided by around 240
infant, junior, primary schools.
West Sussex has a broad education system, with a assortment of county-maintained secondary schools
and academies and over twenty independent senior schools. Primary education is provided by around
240 infant, junior, primary schools.
With over a large population of over 1,000,000 people, this relatively small county (650 sq miles) the vast
majority of its land is used for agriculture, forestry and open land. Surrey is a relatively wealthy county
but has areas of deprivation in some of its larger towns. There is a wide range of nationalities, cultures
and languages in this wonderful local authority and thus many great schools!
The UK has a rich and diverse state-funded education system, with 37 state secondary schools, 17
Academies, 7 sixth form colleges and 55 state primary schools. The county has 41 independent
schools. More than half the state secondary schools in Surrey have sixth forms, great if you’re
looking for KS5 opportunities! Brooklands (twinned with a site in Ashford, Surrey), Reigate, Esher,
Egham, Woking and Waverley host sixth-form equivalent colleges each with technical specialisations
and standard sixth-form study courses. Brooklands College offers aerospace & automotive design,
engineering and allied study courses reflecting the aviation and motor industry leading UK research
and maintenance hubs nearby. If you’re looking for a teaching or support job in Surrey, look no
further – get in touch!