Monday, March 9, 2009

What is Red Nose Week and How Does it Affect Teachers in the UK?

Here's something we don't have in North America: Red Nose Day. Red Nose Day is on March 13th and is a national day for people to wear a red clown nose to work & school in order to raise money for charity. It's only in the UK and for us teachers it can be a whole lotta fun.



To watch Teachers TV shows about Red Nose Day, just click here. Also, watch through to the end of the above video and you'll see plenty of famous faces (Jamie Oliver, Sir Bob Geldoff, Bono) - there's some heavy swearing though so you might not want to watch it in school!

On a side note, I am still interviewing for teaching positions in London that start April 20th, May 1st and September 1st. To apply, just check out www.classroomcanada.com and send me your resume.

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