Summer TEFL jobs in London (North)
EJO is a British Council accredited organisation with more than 30 years experience running summer courses in various locations around the UK. We currently have summer TEFL jobs in London available for non-residential qualified EFL teachers at our Rickmansworth centre, which is based at the Royal Masonic School. These vacancies commence in early July, and contracts normally run for two to five weeks. Daily rates start from £70 plus holiday entitlement. Lunch is also provided. Teachers normally teach 16.5hrs per week and assist with the provision of an excursion and activity programme. If you live in the area and are interested in this vacancy please follow this link to our application form.
We are also looking for people to fill the following residential vacancies: Teachers and Activity Leaders. Click here for application packs for these posts.
Embassy is a British Council accredited organisation which runs summer courses in various locations around the UK. We currently have summer TEFL jobs in London available for non-residential qualified EFL teachers at our West London centre, which is based at the Uxbridge campus of Brunel University.
All EFL teachers are contracted to work 6 days per week (based on 42hours). Hours to include 1-2 sessions (=3-6hrs lesson preparation time) depending on half day or full day teaching programme.
For more information click here to visit our website.
LANGUAGE IN ACTION
Summer School EFL Teachers in the UK, Directors of Studies and Activity Leaders
Language in Action are an exciting new language school company with an innovative approach to language learning.
We require enthusiastic, qualified EFL Summer School Teachers for our Tottenham Hale centre, 2 other centres in London and our new centre in Brighton. Teaching international students aged 12-18. We have non-residential vacancies for qualified EFL Teachers for contracts starting at the end of June running for up to 8 weeks. Some residential vacancies may be available for suitable applicants. Applicants need to be motivated and flexible. Experience of Trinity GESE preparation work would be beneficial.
We also require experienced and motivated Directors of Studies for our 4 centres
Responsible for: All academic aspects of the centre including, managing the teaching team, organising placement tests, streaming of classes, teaching when necessary, implementing the academic programme, and administration relating to Trinity College exams when required. Previous experience of summer schools is essential. The Director of Studies is offered as a residential post.
Floating Cover Teacher London
We are also looking for a floating cover teacher to step in for cover in our London based schools and assist with placement testing and mock GESE exams as well as support with admin work if not teaching. Residential support could be given.
Also required enthusiastic, outgoing Activity Leaders for our centres in London and Brighton. Working with international students aged 12-18. We have residential vacancies for Activity Leaders for contracts starting at the end of June running for up to 8 weeks. Some non-residential vacancies may be available for suitable applicants. Applicants need to be motivated and flexible.
For more information, please visit our website http://languageinactionltd.co.uk/
and email your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Language Study Centres
LSC is a British Council accredited organisation which runs summer courses in various locations around the UK. We currently have vacancies for non-residential qualified EFL teachers at our centre which is based at the Harrow campus of the University of Westminster. Contracts start at the beginning of July and normally run for 2, 4 or (in some cases) 6 weeks. If you live in the area and are suitably qualified please visit our website where you can get a job description, application form and current salary information.
We are also looking for people to fill the following residential vacancies: Centre Managers, Activity Coordinators and Activity Leaders. Click here for job descriptions and salary details for these posts.
Lewis School of English
The Lewis School of English, Southampton, was established in 1976 and is open all year round for adult courses. We have been running junior programmes since 1997 and have recently expanded our operations to offer summer junior centres in Southampton, Reading, Colchester, Gloucester, London (Harrow) and the New Forest. Our students are aged between 11 and 17 and come from all over the world. Students receive English language tuition together with a fun-filled activities programme.
Our summer TEFL job vacancies in London: English Language Teachers, Activity Leaders (only non-residential vacancies remaining), Centre Administrator, Centre Manager, Head Teacher, Activity Manager.
Why work for us?
At Lewis School of English, we are committed to the development of all of our staff. We will provide unrivalled support to enable you to fulfil your role, and assist you with your career beyond the summer. If you are interested in pursing a career in education, leisure, working with children, or entertainment then we can help you develop and evidence vital skills for your future.
Academic programme: Our experienced team have delivered teaching methodology conferences worldwide and have created a fun, useful, project-based syllabus. The emphasis in the classroom is on communication, improving linguistic competence and having fun. Our teachers are well supported through:
►an induction prior to starting
►observations by the Head Teacher during your term, to provide constructive feedback and assist your professional development.
►a friendly and supportive working culture.
Our activity programmes are packed full of entertainment, education, culture and enjoyment. These programmes include:
* Welcome tours of the campus and/or local town
* Sport activities such as tennis, football and basketball
* Creative activities such as dance, drama and art
* Full day and half day trips such as visits to other cities and local tourist attractions
* Evening activities such as discos, quizzes, it’s a knockout and sport tournaments
* Youth club – an optional drop-in centre for students to talk through concerns, practice conversational English or simply socialise.
* Certificate ceremonies and farewell parties
The Harrow course begins early July.
Please click here for further details about how to apply.