Summer Camp TEFL Job in Greece

Date posted:2017-01-31 | Writer: Skouras Sports and Language Camp | Email: [email protected]

Skouras Sports and Language Camp is located in the village of Nees Fokies in Chalkidiki, one of the most famous summer resorts in Northern Greece. We are looking for individuals with TEFL skills who are eager to work with children, teach English and work in a multicultural environment full of educational and sports activities, joy and fun. This is a 2 month position teaching 28 hours per week between 19th June and 18th August.


If the employee is under 25 years old: 200euros

If the employee is over 25 years old: 300euros


Food: free, 3 meals / day

Accommodation: free, in rooms up to 6pax


Teaching English as a foreign language 3-5 hours per day.

Our Summer English Language course provides daily tuition in the form of classes and workshops with a class size of 12 students average.

We run all levels, from beginners (A1) to proficiency (C2), provided that there will be a reasonable number of students for the appropriate level.

The students’ English language ability is tested on arrival through oral or written placement test.

Our English summer school follows a modern communicative approach of teaching English, which emphasizes learning through the situational method (activities, games, theatre etc.). This ensures that lessons are student-centred and highly interactive.


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Skouras Camp Nees Fokies,

Halkidiki  63077 

Call centre: 0030 23740 81712,

                     0030 23740 91494 Head office: 0030 23740 81734

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 chapter mainly focuses on reported speech in different tenses. Teaching this to a student will be challenging as there are not many activities/exercises out there to explain it perfectly. However, make students verbally communicate with you and their peers would be integrated in my lesson plan. For example, I would give them 2 sentences and allow them to tell me the main difference.This unit showed me the importance of teaching or including Writing to my class activity. I will have to admit that I am one of those who concentrate more on speaking than writing. I was too \"obsessed\" to having my students confidently using or speaking the language. Now, this unit has shown me why I have to incorporate Writing into my classes and how this can help my students further.