Europe, United Kingdom
KKCL is looking for enthusiastic, passionate and flexible EFL / ESL teachers to teach juniors (9-17) and adults this
summer on our Go Create! English and General English courses.
KKCL Juniors is a summer school with a difference! We have developed our own creative English language
programme, which sees our juniors doing projects as diverse as Filmmaking, Songwriting, Radio Drama Production
and Artificial Intelligence, while learning and improving their English at the same time. If you love working with kids
and see them activate their creativity and enthusiasm, all the while helping them develop their skills and confidence
in English, then this is the place for you!
KKCL also welcomes adults at our summer school, and our adult General English classes are topic-based and
communicative, in order to equip students with the tools they need to take their English one step further. We follow
a flexible syllabus that allows teachers to use their creativity and experience to tailor lessons to suit the needs and
interests of their class.
For summer 2020 all our classes will be in the Harrow area – Harrow flagship school & St Dominic’s College (Harrow
School Boarding House Programme), with our residential students boarding at the world famous and extremely
prestigious Harrow School. Recruitment is now open for non-residential teachers who can commute to the Harrow
area (nearest tube Sudbury Hill/ South Harrow & Harrow-on-the-Hill for St Dominic’s), are flexible in their ability to
teach juniors or adults and are looking to share an unforgettable British summer school experience with our students
from all around the world.
General English (aged 16+)
Monday 21 June – Friday 7 August 2020(contract lengths variable)
Go Create! English for Juniors
Monday 6 July – Monday 10 August (contract lengths variable)
HOURS OF WORK
Teacher timetables depend on the student bookings but teachers can generally choose to teach max 15 or max 30
hours per week.
Teach up to 15 or 30 hours of well-prepared lessons each week
Teach two different classes on a zig-zag timetable ( e.g. Monday, Wednesday and Friday-first class; and
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday- second class)
Follow the Go Create! Syllabus as set out by KKCL
Select appropriate lesson materials from the KKCL in-house resource bank to suit the level, needs and
interests of your students
Plan and prepare lessons for the contracted contact hours
- Maintain excellent class administration including lesson preparation, class registration and lesson
Complete the class register on a daily basis
Keep accurate attendance records and inform your manager immediately if any discrepancies exist on your
Complete on a daily basis the record of work
Write End of Course Reports prior to the end of every student’s course
Attend and give out certificates at Leaving Ceremonies
LEISURE AND WELFARE
- Encourage full and enthusiastic involvement by students in the scheduled Activities Programme
Assist with the welcome, induction and testing of students on their first morning
Due to the high volume of applicants we can only contact those applicants that suit the needs and requirements of
the post. Thank you for your understanding.
An undergraduate degree
CELTA or equivalent
1 year of EFL teaching experience
Effective communication skills
Good interpersonal skills
Sense of fun!
2 years’ teaching experience
Experience of teaching at an EFL summer school
Experience of teaching creative / project-based classes
Young Learner teaching experience or qualification e.g. PGCE, CERT-YL, TYLEC
Postgraduate teaching qualification
Salary and Benefits (July – August only)
CELTA qualified: £12.50 to £15 per hour, dependent on experience
DELTA qualified: £16 to 17per hour, dependent on experience
We cannot offer work permits to candidates who are not eligible to work in the United Kingdom.
Should you be successful
We will require details of two recent and relevant referees who we will contact. Please note we can only accept
professional references, character references will not be accepted.
Any gaps in your CV will be enquired about, and must be explained satisfactorily.
KKCL is committed to safer recruitment so you will be required to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service check
(previously called a Criminal Records Bureau check), or equivalent if living outside the UK, and you will be asked to
sign the Childrens Act declaration safeguarding the welfare of children, stating that you have no known reason why
you cannot work with children. KKCL is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We have a comprehensive Child Protection Policy and
procedures in place, which all employees, volunteers and contractors are expected to adhere to.
Two types of official identification and certificates (either originals or certified copies) will be required for our