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Summer Camp English EFL Teacher

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Laude San Pedro International College
Marbella, Spain
Date Added: May 18, 2023

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Job title: Summer Camp English (EFL) Teacher

Reporting to: The Summer Camp Coordinator/ Summer Camp Director of Studies


This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and satisfactory Criminal Background Checks or equivalent covering the previous 10 years employment history. We will also request satisfactory references covering previous employment.


English teachers will be required to plan and deliver engaging English lessons to students of different ages (7-16), nationalities and abilities. Lessons should be challenging, motivational and fun, based around developing students’ communicative skills as well as giving an insight into British culture. Teachers need to be organised, outgoing and genuinely enjoy working with young people. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain professional experience working with young people in a truly international environment.




       To deliver a comprehensive English programme for mixed-ability students aged 7-16 years old.

       To plan, prepare and deliver high quality English lessons and related administration activities.

       To work as part of the summer school team competently, confidently and professionally, monitoring the students’ performance and providing feedback, praise and guidance in order to ensure that the Summer Camp experience is of the highest quality.

       To be committed to ensure that a positive learning environment is cultivated, in which every single student can learn and feel empowered to make progress in English.

Leadership and Management

To work with the Summer Camp Coordinator/ Director of Studies to ensure the following elements of the Summer Camp are run to the highest standards:

       Pupil Welfare

       Student registration and attendance

       Health and Safety, including working with the nurse



       Student Management - alongside the Summer Camp Coordinator/ Director of Studies



  1. Lesson planning: to plan structured, well-paced and enjoyable English lessons that challenge students to make progress in their English language skills. Lessons should be planned to increase students’ vocabulary and grammar base, building their confidence and fluency when speaking English, as well as giving them an insight into British culture.
  2. Teaching: to teach in an enthusiastic, motivational and fun way to create a positive learning environment where students want to participate actively in lessons and can make real progress. Teaching should always be in the target language and be based around building communicative skills.
  3. Monitoring, feedback & testing: to make sure students are studying at the correct level and to undertake weekly progress checks to ensure students’ English is improving, to provide evidence of the student’s progress and to maximize every student’s potential to learn by providing timely feedback.
  4. Academic admin: to undertake all required paperwork related to the academic programme such as lesson plans, reports and registers.
  5. Promoting good conduct: to monitor and manage students’ conduct and behaviour in order to promote a happy and healthy school community. Concerns should be reported to line managers in a timely manner.
  6. Pastoral care: to constantly be mindful of students’ attitude, performance and demeanor to ensure their physical and emotional well-being. Concerns should be reported to line managers immediately.
  7. Risk assessments: to read and understand the risk assessments relevant to teaching and ensure that Health and Safety policies are actively applied and adhered to at all times.
  8. Activities: to lead and and assist with activities as required. Teachers may be asked to lead sports, arts, drama or similar activities according to their personal areas of strength
  9. Excursions: to accompany groups of students on selected trips or excursions, following the schedule and procedures at all times to ensure students’ enjoyment and well-being.




       Native/ near-native (C2) competence in English (written and spoken).

       Flexible, positive and “can-do” attitude to work

       To communicate clearly and resolve any issues quickly and professionally.

       Excellent classroom management skills and able to follow the school’s disciplinary code.

       CELTA/ Trinity Cert. TESOL (or UK accreditation recognized equivalent) or PGCE (in English or MFL).

       Applicants with DELTA or QTS (primary or secondary) are particularly welcomed.

       At least 1 year’s teaching experience with Young Learners is essential.

IMPORTANT: Applicant must have right to work in Spain at the beginning of the activities. Due to the nature and length of the contract, the school cannot accept applications from candidates with no visa or right to work in Spain.



       Previous summer camp/ summer school experience.

       Experience in teaching mixed nationality and ability groups.

       Experience teaching Cambridge exams (B1 PET for Schools and B2 First for Schools)

Competencies for the Role:

       To be able to work professionally as part of a team.

       Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, dynamic and changeable environment.

       To be flexible, friendly and cooperative when working with colleagues.

       To communicate clearly to families, students and staff and resolve any issues quickly and  professionally.

       High standards in all areas of work for self and for students.

       Ability to solve issues with/ between students and staff efficiently. 

       To communicate effectively and with empathy both verbally and in writing.


At Laude San Pedro we have high academic expectations for all of our students. Our vision is that every child  will achieve more than they imagined possible, in a happy and inclusive environment where everyone is  supported and encouraged to excel. In addition, our whole community shares a common understanding of the personal qualities and values which  we hope all of our students will demonstrate and uphold.

We welcome diversity and have an equal opportunities policy. All suitably qualified candidates will be considered, regardless of their race, gender, disability, religionbelief, sexual orientation or age.


Signed: ………………………………....………………….… Date: ...............................

Name (Print): …………………………………………………………………………………

The above details are not exhaustive and the postholder may be required to undertake tasks, roles and responsibilities as may reasonably be assigned to him/her by the Leadership Team.

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