• Location:
    England, UK
  • Salary:
    £425 per week
  • Job Type:
    Summer Camp
  • Accommodation:
  • Contract Length:
    7 Week(s)
  • TEFL hours required:
    20+ hours
  • Start Date:
    9th Jul 2023
  • Degree Required:
  • School Type:
    Summer School
  • Reference:
  • Number of Vacancies:
  • Application Deadline:
    Feb 28, 2023

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Job Details

Your role as an EFL teacher will be to prepare and deliver a variety of English language classes to international students aged between 8 and 17 from all over the world . Your classes and teaching style must be enthusiastic, stimulating and engaging.

The Company

They are one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries.

They pride themselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas:

  • They have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning they can spend more one-2-one time with their students, and their teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English.
  • They offer unique, high value excursions, including their now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park!
  • They push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals.
  • They cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus.

Role and Responsibilities
Classroom management;

Planning – they provide lesson plans and slides to go with their curriculum, that teachers need to review prepare and deliver lessons to a range of age groups.

Preparing and setting tests, examination papers, and exercises.

Devising, writing and producing new materials, including audio and visual resources.

Helping pupils improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills via group session.

Checking and assessing pupils’ work including marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work.

Reporting on the development, progress and attainment of individual pupils;

Basic administration, such as keeping student registers and attendance records.

Engage fully in the activity program, leading, assisting and taking part in activities.

Lead groups of students on excursions, following pre-planned itineraries.

Ensure that the students are safe and engaged in the activity or excursion.

This role is residential and therefore a bedroom and 3 meals per day are included.

All staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus.  As part of your role you will be jointly responsible for a small number of students in the boarding house and required to report any welfare issues to the House parent.

Support Welfare Leaders when doing the allocated day’s house duty, including wake-up, supervising students to, from and while in the houses, making sure to support a welcoming and positive atmosphere in the boarding houses.

Help with transfers of students to and from the airport if needed.

Help with arrivals and departures of students.

Actively supervise and interact with students during meal and break times.

Empower students to successfully engage in the program while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills.

Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too.

Carry out all other reasonable tasks.

Preparation and delivery of Intensive English classes (all teachers may be required to participate in this programme for part of their contract depending on student demand).

Qualifications and Essential Requirements:

CELTA, TESOL or TEFL, or PGCE in relevant subjects, BEd, QTS
Must be eligible to live and work in the UK
Excellent spoken and written language skills, with English and foreign languages
Must be organized and efficient
Ability to work in a team
Flexible attitude
Preferred Skills
Clear diction

Hours of work

Teachers work 2 out of the 3 sessions a day. These sessions are spent teaching, planning and preparing lesson, being involved in activities/event or on general duties. Outside of scheduled sessions, staff are responsible for attending any necessary meetings and ensuring the safety and well-being of the students at all times.  As part of the weekly pastoral duties, Activity Leaders will also perform House Duty around twice per week, assisting their House Parent in the boarding houses.

All teachers will receive one full day off and an evening off per week.

Additional Benefits

  • Residential role with food and accommodation including.
  • Uniform provided.
  • Experience some different excursions.


  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent required
  • TEFL certificate or CELTA/DELTA or
  • Previous teaching experience is essential
  • Native level English speaker


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