TEFL in Wolclawek, Poland

Date posted:2004-05-31 | Writer: Greenwich Language Services Ltd. | Email: [email protected]

We require teachers with the following criteria:

Recognised teaching certificate


Minimum of one year's teaching experience

Friendly disposition


We are also interested in teachers who have experience in teaching exam groups (FCE, CAE CPE, BEC and EFB-LCCI).

We offer:

Nine-month and twenty-one month contracts

Return fare to and from the U.K.

Christmas bonus

Private insurance against accidents and injuries

Free accommodation in your own flat

Attractive salary

Free internet, for both private and teaching preparation

Supportive, friendly atmosphere

We want all our teachers to be happy while working in our school and foster a warm friendly atmosphere. If you have any questions about the school please feel free to ask as many as you like. We believe that a fully informed teacher is a prepared teacher who will enjoy their time with us.

Please forward scanned copies of your certificates and that of a recent photo, the email addresses of your referees, one of whom must be your current employer, and your CV to Mel Tisdale, Academic Director at [email protected].

If you do not have access to a scanner, please sent photocopies, etc. to Greenwich School, ul Reja 4, 87-800 Wloclawek, Poland


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.


We watched video about Mathematics lesson in the preschool. In the video, the teacher encouraged students solve problems with friends together by discussing each other and she used visual effect by using white board. Through this video lesson, I learned how important all students are engaged in the class together and teacher’s role is important to have attention from students so that it leads to good atmosphere in the class.This unit is a bit complicated for me as a non-native speaker, I took time to make clear the type of conditionals, and I found that I can't really do good in this part at first. I've searched for some materials online and have done some exercises to enhance my knowledge. I think I still need to work hard for this part. While for the reported speech and direct speech part, changes of tenses shown in the table are extremely useful.