Teaching in Hampshire
Teaching in Hampshire offers you a combination of miles of beautiful coastline, small rural towns and villages as well as buzzing larger towns, all within easy access of London.
Whether you are looking for Nursery Teaching , Primary Teaching or secondary Teaching, there are over 500 such schools in Hampshire. This means there are great opportunites for teaching in Hampshire throughout the year.
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Below are just some of the wonderful areas of Hampshire:
Farnborough is located in north Hampshire and is best known for its International Airshow. Hundreds of companies exhibit at the show – a definate must for aviation enthusiasts!
Back at the start of the 20th century, His Majesty's Balloon Factory was set up in Farnborough. Since then, this town has produced the first powered flight in Britain in 1908 and also the first car to go supersonic on land in 1997. In addition, the Farnborough Air Sciences Trust runs a weekend aerospace museum where you can see photographs and exhibits from the early years of aviation.
Another fine attraction is Farnborough Abbey, where Napoleon III and his wife are buried. Here the resident monks earn their living through printing, publishing and bookbinding. They also rely on the Abbey Shop as an important part of the monastery's income.
Basingstoke lies south west of Farnborough and has many attractions for visitors, including one of the south's best shopping centres, Festival Place. The town plays host to the annual kite and balloon festivals and the music festival Basingstoke Live.
The Leisure Park has fantastic facilities such as an ice skating rink, bowling, a swimming complex and cinemas. You will also find the Milestones Museum close by, where you can walk through Victorian and 1930s streets, explore the shops and gain an insight into everyday life during these periods.
At Calleva Atrebatum, Roman Silchester, you can see the well-preserved defensive walls that date back to Roman times. You can visit Stratfield Saye House, the home of Great Duke of Wellington’s family back in 1817. Basing House played a key role in the English Civil War, while Highclere Castle houses an exhibition of ancient Egyptian treasures collected by the 5th Earl of Carnarvon, who also discovered the Tomb of Tutankhamun.
Winchester is famous for its Cathedral that dates back to the 11th Century and for the Great Hall which has housed the mysterious ‘Round Table’ for over 700 years. Winchester College is the oldest school in the country that still runs today, whilst the Hospital of St Cross - a medieval almshouse - still offers the Wayfarer's Dole to travellers as it has done for more than eight centuries.
The INTECH Science Centre is located a short distance from the city and Hampshire's largest animal attraction, Marwell Zoo, is also nearby. This 140-acre park is home to over 250 exotic and endangered species in beautiful, landscaped surroundings.
This town is also home to the country's largest farmers' market and is the resting place of the great author Jane Austen.
Eastleigh is located north of Southampton and is part of the Hamble Valley area stretching along the River Hamble and Solent.
Southampton Airport is located on the outskirts of the town and its entrance displays a replica Spitfire to commemorate the launch of the Spitfire prototype from Eastleigh Aerodrome back in 1936. Eastleigh Museum is located in the town centre and Lakeside Country Park and Steam Railway is a popular place for a pleasant stroll and fishing.
In addition, Eastleigh is home to Swan Shopping Centre, where you will also find a new 9 screen cinema and a bowling complex.
The New Forest
Nowhere in England allows you to step back in time and enjoy the natural, unspoilt beauty quite like the New Forest! This is England's newest National Park and was once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror. Today, its ancient heaths and woodland are home to deer, ponies and cattle that roam free across the land.
Beaulieu is a quaint traditional village with old fashioned shops that line the cobbled street. The National Motor Museum is within walking distance and Beaulieu River is an ideal picnic
spot. Not far from here is Buckler's Hard, an 18th Century village where Nelson’s warships were built. Here you can choose to explore the museum, take a slow boat trip or kayak down the Beaulieu River.
This destination is perfect for those of you that love the great outdoors. It has endless walking and cycling routes as well as bridleways for horseriding. One thing’s for certain - make sure you enjoy a cold, locally brewed beer or cider in one of the traditional country pubs before you leave!
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