Fantastic Opportunity to Teach EFL in England!

Date posted:2012-08-29 | Writer: Camp Beaumont | Email: [email protected]

Camp Beaumont has over 30 years of experience organising English camps in a variety of locations throughout the year. We have regular opportunities for energetic English teachers. As a TEFL teacher, you will teach English in a fun practical way to any age of children on camp for a minimum of 1 hourly session per day as part of our 'English in Action' Specialist Holiday program. During the rest of the day at camp you will  be assisting Group Leaders and helping with camp operational duties. You will be responsible for directing and supporting Group Leaders especially within groups where English isn't the first language for children at Camp.

TEFL positions are currently required at the following camps: Wimbledon, Mill Hill and Esher.

It couldn't be easier, simply e-mail us your resume to the address given on the job heading! 
Job Start : Througout the year.
Job Duration : 5-8 Week contracts
Job Requirements :
TEFL/EFL/TESOL qualification (desirable but not essential)
Experience of teaching English as a foreign language
Driver with own car (desirable but not essential)
Fun personality, great sense of initiative and very flexible
Applicants must be UK/EU citizens or have a valid UK work permit.

Enquiries call on +44 (0) 1603 614 000

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit looked on the types of material that can be used in a class, methods on how they could be adapted and used, stressing on the importance of choosing the right material for a lesson. It also elaborates on the uses of a lesson plan before and during a class and how it can act as a guide as well as reference for the teacher. Different forms of resources were introduced at the end of the unit.Unit 14 is about course books and lesson materials. The information was new to me and it was quite interesting as I have never done an evaluation of a course book for example so that could be a bit challenging especially for a new teacher. The unit gives a good set of examples about a balanced use of coursebooks and other material to make the lessons more interesting and motivating for the students.