Summer TEFL jobs in Reading
Ardmore Language Schools
Ardmore Language Schools run summer English courses for students from all over the world in 19 residential and two non-residential centres across the UK. We hold British Council accreditation and are the first language school in the UK to have received Travel Safe Gold Accreditation.
Every year we carefully select over 550 summer staff from thousands of applicants from the UK and Europe. We offer residential and non-residential positions and, where possible, let applicants choose a location they want to work at. If residential, we offer full board and accommodation free of charge (no salary deductions). Our standard contract length is for four weeks, however, we offer extensions of up to four weeks in the summer. We also have positions available at Easter and throughout the year during the off season.
We pride ourselves in offering comprehensive training into all our roles, including Ardmore-specific Online Training & Safeguarding, residential Management Training, self access Continuous Professional Development programmes and role specific Induction training for all staff. We also provide every employee with a Staff Handbook, regular appraisal and feedback to all our staff as well as references at the end of employment. Our teachers work with six levels of Ardmore workbooks, Teacher’s notes, toolkits and audio materials.
What is more, there are exciting opportunities for development and promotion for returners as well as our end of employment Club Ardmore bonus.
We would love to hear from you
- If you are passionate about working with children and thrive in a fast paced multicultural environment
- If you hold qualifications in dance, drama, sports, languages, First Aid or Lifeguard
- If you are an English as a Foreign Language Teacher and hold a CELTA, Trinity Cert TESOL, DELTA, Trinity Dip TESOL, PGCE in English or equivalent recognised by the British Council
- If you are an experienced summer school manager who would like to progress their career
As an employer, we value our staff and are always open to feedback. In 2015 we are introducing the new bespoke recruitment software that will allow you to apply and manage your employment documentation easily and securely. We are also implementing new online training and staff feedback software as well as electronic payslips for all staff.
Amongst other positions, we are looking for non-residential EFL Teachers at all our centres, especially at Croydon and Eastbourne.
Please go on our website to find our more about us, our centres and dates and apply by clicking on the EFL Teacher link: www.ardmore-language-schools.co.uk
Alternatively, please click here to apply directly.
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 vacancies for non-residential qualified EFL teachers at our Reading centre, which is based at the Abbey School in Kendrick Road. The vacancies commence in late June, and contracts normally run for two to five weeks. Daily rates start from £68 plus holiday entitlement. Teachers normally teach 15 hrs 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.
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 Vacancies: 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 Reading course begins early July.
Please click here for further details about how to apply.
Stafford House Study Holidays is accredited by The British Council and has been running summer courses for juniors around the UK since 1994. We are part of Cambridge Education Group, which includes sixth-form colleges and Foundation programmes in partnership with leading UK universities. Teachers are fully supported by a syllabus, in-house student workbooks, weekly teacher development workshops and a Director of Studies and Senior Teachers at each centre. The working week consists of 42 hours spread over 6 days and includes 2 hours admin time.
For more information and to apply online, please visit our recruitment website www.staffordhouse.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org