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EAL Teacher – Summer school Residential

By February 14, 2024No Comments



£425 a week – Full-time, Temporary contract

Job Description

  • Company pension
  • Referral programme

As an EAL Teacher at Samiad Summer School, you will play a crucial role in providing English language lessons to international students with varying levels of proficiency. This position offers a unique opportunity to teach children from all over the world in one classroom. If you are passionate about teaching English, fostering a positive learning environment, and engaging with students in a multicultural setting, we invite you to join our dedicated team.


  • Deliver engaging and effective English language lessons to students with diverse language proficiency levels.
  • Design and implement curriculum activities aligning with language learning objectives.
  • Under the guidance of the Teaching Coordinator, prepare lessons and adapt existing materials to suit students’ needs and abilities. PowerPoints and handouts are provided.
  • Access students’ language skills and monitor their progress throughout the program.
  • Provide constructive feedback to enhance students’ language development.
  • Tailor teaching methods to accommodate students with different learning styles and language backgrounds.
  • Foster an inclusive and supportive atmosphere for students adjusting to a new language environment.
  • Collaborate with other EAL teachers and program staff for a cohesive and effective language program.
  • Communicate regularly with academic coordinators to discuss student progress and address challenges.
  • Manage student behavior effectively to create an academically fulfilling environment.
  • Encourage student participation through an enthusiastic approach to your work.
  • Attend staff meetings as necessary.
  • Keep all administration up-to-date, including class registers, work records, and student reports, in a professional and timely manner as delegated by the Teaching Coordinator.
  • Prepare and deliver Intensive English classes (all teachers may be required to participate in this program for part of their contract depending on student demand).


  • Take on up to seven activity/event or welfare sessions within your working hours, which could include extra English.
  • Having been briefed beforehand, you will guide students on excursions, including overnight stays.
  • Take on responsibilities for house duties, such as wake-up routines and oversight, contributing to the overall goal of promoting a positive atmosphere within our summer schools.


  • CELTA, TESOL or TEFL, or PGCE in relevant subjects, BEd, QTS.
  • Extensive experience in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages, particularly in a summer school or international setting.
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK.
  • English-speaking
  • Strong classroom management and communication skills.
  • Strong leadership and organisational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication abilities.


  • Opportunities for development and professional training.
  • The chance to make a meaningful impact on the language development of young learners from around the world.
  • Accommodation and meals provided during the summer program.
  • A supportive and collaborative work environment.
  • Uniform tops and hoodies are provided.
  • Laundry service is provided 2 times per week.
  • Gym Access.

English Teachers are scheduled for 18 sessions per week, which includes preparation time and two mealtimes daily. Each day is divided into three sessions — morning, afternoon, and evening. Pay starts at £425 per week, inclusive of food and accommodation.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary contract
Contract length: 2 -6 weeks

Salary: £425.00 per week


  • Company pension
  • Referral programme


  • 12 hour shift

Work authorisation:

  • United Kingdom (required)

Work Location: In person

Application deadline: 27/03/2024
Expected start date: 07/07/2024

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