English Teacher Summer School London
- Deadline: Fri 10 May 2024 00:00:00 UTC
- United Kingdom: 14 Gloucester Gate, London NW1 4HG, UK.
- SKOLA Group of Schools
- Experience: NOT APPLICABLE
- Number of positions: 7
- Degree Required
- Short Term/Summer job
- Applicant must have right to work in United Kingdom.
Details of Position
We are a family owned summer English Language day school. We were founded in 1969. Today, we have two summer schools in central London, Regents Park. Every year we welcome students from over 60 countries.
We are looking for teachers, teaching assistants, Director of Studies and SKOLA Leaders for our 5-9 & 10-17 year old summer day schools.
The 5-9 year old school (SKOLA Gloucester Gate) starts on the 1st of July and runs until the 31st of August. We have 7 class rooms and 100 students.
The schools address: SKOLA Gloucester Gate, 14 Gloucester Gate, London NW1 4HG, United Kingdom (SKOLA Gloucester Gate).
The 10-17 year old school (SKOLA Regents Park) begins on the 17th of June and runs until the 31st of August. We have up to 15 classrooms and 240 students.
The address is: SKOLA Regents Park, Regent's University, Inner Cir, London NW1 4NS.
Our Mission and purpose of our summer school:
At SKOLA, our students will learn English and discover other cultures. We hope this will help them understand themselves and the world around them better. Not only will they learn about British culture from our teachers but also about the cultures of other students on the course.
Our Rules are the principles that our culture is based on and are visible in day-to-day interactions.
To be ready: for our staff to be ready to teach and students ready to learn
To be kind, to ourselves, each other, and our environment
To be safe: to mitigate risks so we can be adventurous and open to new ideas.
Our Values are what we hold dear and that which bind our community together.
Skill we value skilled educators and learners linking skills and knowledge
Kind - we value being kind to ourselves, each other, and our environment
Open we value being open-minded and welcome different perspectives
Language we value clear and concise spoken, written, and visual communication
Adventure we value exploring new ideas and new places, safely.
Our Priorities are what we will do in the year ahead and are based on our values.
As we value skills, we will develop our training programmes for our teachers this year.
As we value kindness, we will nurture our relationships with our families and agents, and investigate how to reduce the climatic impact we have on the world.
As we value openness to new ideas, we will discover and implement new ideas in teaching and learning in our next summer school.
As we value languages, we will develop our knowledge of English as well as commit to learning other languages to communicate better.
As we value a spirit of adventure, we will look to develop our 10-17 course with sessions in exploring and leadership to better prepare our students for the modern world.
Safeguarding and Welfare Responsibilities:
Responsible for promoting safeguarding within their venue and working with others to ensure a safe and inclusive environment is achieved
Help provide emotional and pastoral care for all students and promote their mental and physical wellbeing at all times
Effectively manage classroom management and student behaviour following SKOLA behavioural management policy
Be aware of prevent duty which aims to safeguard vulnerable individuals from being drawn into terrorism and report any concerns to the Prevent lead and or safeguarding lead
Make yourself aware of SKOLAs safeguarding policy and any other policies relating to welfare and safeguarding of students to ensure a clear and correct process is always followed to ensure children are safe and protected.
SKOLA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are fully committed to ensuring that consistent effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support everyone at the school. Before the interview, all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily and proof of identity and, where applicable, qualifications will be required. Appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of employment.
All concerns are passed to our Designated Safeguarding Lead. As this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be required for the successful candidate. Further information about the DBS disclosure process can be found at http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/agencies-public-bodies/dbs/ or by telephoning 0870 90 90 811.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned.
CELTA qualified (or equivalent)/ DELTA or equivalent for Director of Studies
Excellent communication skills
Sensitive to the needs of international students
Demonstrates a high level of customer service
Has strong administrative and organisational skills
A positive attitude
Right to work in UK
Clean DBS check and two references provided.
Salary and Benefits
£500 to £750 per week (minimum 40 hours, Monday to Friday, 0830 to 1630)
Holiday pay (pro-rata, 12.07%)
£100 for each Saturday trip you attend (optional).
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