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Teaching in the Caribbean

Old Jul 31st 2007, 11:50 pm
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I will be studying for my PGCE next year and plan on teaching in London for a couple of years before relocating to the Caribbean. Barbados is on my list as well as Cayman. It may be easier to go to Barbados as I am eligible for CARICOM status-both my parents are Jamaican. Can anyone tell me how the education system works, I will be teaching primary school-how much are teachers paid, cost of living etc. I have one 8 year old daughter and my partner works for London Transport.

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Old Aug 1st 2007, 1:48 am
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Hi There

I will be studying for my PGCE next year and plan on teaching in London for a couple of years before relocating to the Caribbean. Barbados is on my list as well as Cayman. It may be easier to go to Barbados as I am eligible for CARICOM status-both my parents are Jamaican. Can anyone tell me how the education system works, I will be teaching primary school-how much are teachers paid, cost of living etc. I have one 8 year old daughter and my partner works for London Transport.

Thanks
do you hold a Jamaican passport? If you dont you need to get one to get Caricom status
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Old Aug 1st 2007, 12:24 pm
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Yes I do. Do u have any info about teaching over there?
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Old Aug 1st 2007, 12:40 pm
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Yes I do. Do u have any info about teaching over there?
not a thing - sorry!

all I know is theres quite alot of expat teachers out there and the curriculum is very similar to the UK.
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