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  Today’s guest post is about nannying and governor/ governess work for those candidates based in Russia. Russian kids, as is perhaps to be expected, have their own nuances. Russian families can be quite different from their European or American counterparts. So, here are 12 ways you know you work as a nanny or governess in Russia! It’s a special experience, that’s for sure. Let’s kick off with......
Are you a currently working in a school and feeling disillusioned? I have news for you, working as a nanny , governess or private tutor may be a great next step for you. This isn’t a blog post for all. Rather, I want to speak directly to good, passionate teachers around the world who are feeling, for whatever reason, a bit disillusioned with the job and classroom life and are considering leaving the profession, perhaps very soon...
Henry, aged 26, graduated from the University of the West of England before tutoring English in the UK and working for kids’ sports activity company PGL, where, as an experienced sports coach, he was a group leader. Working as a governor in Moscow? What do you do exactly? Well, around a year ago, I moved to Russia! I had decided to take a position working as a British governor for a VIP private family in Moscow,...