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BoysRule Sat 11-Nov-17 07:57:24

I’m currently a primary school teacher. Like many of us I am struggling with the hours and not seeing my own children.

I’m pondering alternative careers. I really like the idea of making resources - there’s the obvious twinkl but there aren’t many jobs there. But what about the activities for children in restaurants (pizza express, Nando’s etc) or National Trust trails etc. Also BBC advisors and learning websites. Has anyone any experience of these?

Thanks

Changerofname987654321 Sat 11-Nov-17 17:50:57

Some people earn a decent amount selling things on tes

werewolfhowls Sat 11-Nov-17 22:56:55

I have in the past made resources for a big publishing group a few times, was projects you sign up for and get paid on completion rather than a contract. Couldn't make a living from it!

HolidayHelpPlease Sun 12-Nov-17 09:54:48

Have you looked into working at museums themselves as an educator? The TFL museum we’re hiring over the summer and it looked fantastic. Downside is the jobs are hard to find (I saw it on the Guardian) and pay is a bit crap, particularly if you’re on UP or have a TLR

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