The City of Westminster
This borough lies in the heart of London on the north bank of the River Thames, so if you find yourself looking for teaching jobs in Westminster you have the amenities of central London on your doorstep.
Although Westminster is busy and vibrant, there is also a large residential population and great opportunities to teach as there are 41 primary schools and 10 secondary schools in the borough. There are also a range of independent schools in which you can teach. Applying for a teaching role in Westminster will mean you are at the centre of it all!
The Location of Westminster
When you are not teaching in the classroom there is also plenty to keep you busy. Westminster has a large concentration of London’s historic and prestigious landmarks and visitor attractions including:
Some of the best shopping in London, with Covent Garden’s market, the boutiques of Soho and Carnaby Street, and the department stores around Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street.
There are numerous green spaces in Westminster, these include Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Regent’s Park and St James’s Park.
London’s West End and Soho is a must-see destination with dozens of theatres and music venues, and hundreds of bars and restaurants.
Transport in Westminster
Schools in Westminster are easily accessible so you will not have to travel for too long to get to your teaching job. Being in central London the transport links are good, there are a number of mainline stations such as Charing Cross, Marylebone, Paddington and Victoria which serve this borough as well as 27 tube stations, and 10 of the 12 Underground lines. It will be easy to get to any school due to the multitude of buses and tubes.
Teaching in Westminster will mean you are at the heart of London and can easily access all the entertainment after school.