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EFL Teachers and Activity Leaders

  • Job Location

    United Kingdom

  • Start date


  • Duration


  • Job Benefits

    Teachers: From £485 per week ALs: from £400. £30 towards travel and full board on campus.


We have EFL Teacher roles available in our centres at Rugby School, Uppingham School, Cheltenham College, Bedales School, and Queen Margaret's York in July and August 2024.

You'll be expected to:

Maintain an inclusive classroom atmosphere that values every students' contribution.

Facilitate diverse activities, including debates, filmmaking and storytelling sessions, to make learning engaging and interactive.

Regularly monitor and assess student progress and adapt your approach as necessary.

Participate in daily brief meetings with the team to ensure a cohesive approach to the days objectives and to foster open communication.

Pay Rates:

New Teacher - £485.00 per week

Returning Teacher - £510.00 per week

12.07% holiday pay added to all salaries


We are also hiring Activity Leaders for the same centres, where you will be required to 

Energetically lead our international students in a programme of on site activities and off site excursions, planning and preparing for sessions and helping to supervise throughout the day.

Be the “glue” as part of your wider team in keeping things running smoothly - getting involved in every part of the centre operation where necessary to ensure that our students have the best possible experience on our programmes.

Pay Rates

Under 21, no experience - £400.00 per week
21 and over, no experience - £470.00 per week
Under 21, with experience - £470.00 per week
21 and over, with experience - £510.00 per week

12.07% holiday pay added to all salaries


Read our full job descriptions via the Apply link




All staff require the right to work in the UK, be over 18 and have a good level of English.

Teachers: CELTA or TESOL preferred, Bachelor's Degree or equivalent preferred

For both teachers and ALs:

Please note that this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and is subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. It is an offence to apply for this post if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity with children. Current and past employers will be approached for references and will be specifically asked about an applicant's suitability to work with children. Dusemond is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


About us

A big “hello” from all of us in the Dusemond Team!

Dusemond Study Programmes was started in 2015 by Rupert, after 20 years working for a large UK education provider.

Since that time, the team has grown to encompass nationalities and

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