Teaching English in London, England

Date posted:2016-04-06 | Writer: Protocol Education | Email: [email protected]

Are you an experienced EFL Teacher? Are you looking for a new and exciting opportunity within a friendly and close knit team? A small unit in East London are recruiting for an ESOL Tutor to join a supportive and friendly team. This role is being offered on a full time or part time basis.

Each year, Protocol Education works with thousands of teachers and support assistants right across the country, finding them exactly the type of work in schools that they were looking for. We help our teachers and support assistants grow their careers.  


Offering support and development in ESOL to learners working on English, Maths and ICT skills, you will need to be highly organized, able to work under pressure, have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and driven to get results.


*To carry out initial assessment of learners to identify and agree appropriate learning routes to meet individual learning needs.

*To invigilate assessments taken by learners to fulfill awarding body requirements, to prove competence in assessed subject.

*To assess and record learner achievement and competence.


*Teaching qualification, such as TEFL or TESOL

*A minimum of GCSEs in English, Maths or level 2 equivalent

*Prior experience teaching EFL or ESOL

*Strong lesson differentiation skills and planning

*The ability to engage learners through a range of teaching resources


If you are interested please respond directly to the advert on the email address given on the job heading.    

247, Tottenham Court Road


United Kingdom

Tel:  +44 203 219 7700

        +44 207 440 8440


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 lesson was beneficial in understanding the amount of understanding gathered using receptive skills such as reading or listening. It portrayed an accurate depiction of the equal worth of both example skills as well as how to fully engage them in the classroom. I look forward to using the information gathered in this unit to further engage my own students and advance their skill levels.The lesson plan helps keep the teacher on track during the lesson. The teacher should be flexible in responding to the needs of the students. The plan is a record of what the class has done and the materials used. It will help aid the teacher in remembering what was taught in class in the past. It also acts as a guide to a teacher who may be filling in for you should you need to be absent.