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Melbourne

Every year Teach In supports hundreds of teachers from Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA in embarking on a UK teaching experience. We have offices in Canada (Toronto) and Australia (Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney), plus a team in Perth. All of our overseas team members are qualified teachers with experience in living and working in other countries, making them uniquely qualified to help you with your move.

Meet the Team

australia gemmaGemma Yates – Group International Manager

Gemma is responsible for overseeing all international teacher placements. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Gemma has worked in education recruitment for over 10 years, previously managing our flagship Brighton (UK) branch, leading campaign managed solutions for schools, and creative bespoke partnerships with LEAs, cluster groups and collaborations, and Academy Trusts. Originally qualified as an English teacher, Gemma taught in a range of secondary schools in Manchester, UK.


find your perfect UK teaching job with ReyneReyne Auld – International Candidate Manager

Reyne has recently returned to Melbourne after living in London, where he taught for 2 years. Working mainly as a supply teacher, Reyne worked in a variety of schools all over London. He loved his 2 years living and teaching in London and wants to help others achieve this amazing experience. Reyne loves sports and is a mad Richmond Tigers AFL fan. If he isn’t watching his beloved Tigers play you might find him enjoying his friends company with a refreshing lager. He’s also an Arensal supporter, but we won’t hold that against him.

Read Reyne’s Travel Blog, all about his adventures teaching in the UK and travelling in Europe!

Georgina Scott – International Candidate Manager 

Georgina ScottGeorgina is a Primary School Teacher from Kent, UK. She worked in an Outstanding school in the leafy town of Tonbridge, a London suburb. During her two years teaching there she was a district winner of a “Kent Top Teacher Award” for the Best Primary Teacher of the Year 2016. Over her two years teaching, Georgina worked with a range of Special Educational Needs, including Global Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome, ADHD, Autism and Hearing Impaired children. Georgina is Level One British Sign Language Qualified. Georgina trained in Manchester, UK for four years and had multiple school placements in and around the city. These were all inner city schools, with multicultural cohorts and over 90% English as an Additional Language (EAL).  These larger schools and placements throughout Early Years, KS1 and KS2 developed and provided training opportunities in Behaviour Management.

Georgina left the UK to travel in India, Sri Lanka and Thailand and Malaysia, before arriving in Australia. She is a dog lover, enjoys sea swimming and all Asian food.