Teach Young Learners English in Spain

Date posted:2013-02-18 | Writer: The School | Email: [email protected]

EFL children's teacher required for a well established small friendly professional language school, 8 teachers, in  Aranda de Duero, provincial town, 150km north of Madrid. Population 40,000. All distances walkable. Crisp cold winters, hot summers.  Accessible sports facilities, great countryside, good social life.

20 hours class contact time. 3 groups (6 hours)7 year olds, 3 groups (6 hours) 11-12 year olds, 2 groups (5 hours) teens 15-16 year olds, 3 (3 hours) One to One adult classes. All classes between 3:40 - 8:10pm Monday - Friday. Negotiable start date. Preferably for continuity of course, as soon as possible. 

Minimum requirements: evidence of a good level of education, such as a degree, and a recognised EFL qualification such as CELTA, TESOL or TEFL.teaches English.

Teachers should be caring, friendly, flexible and good humoured. A desire to develop professionally, a willingness to share ideas with colleagues, benefit from feedback and show learner sensitivity are also fundamental. The school in turn tries to be supportive and understanding, providing good conditions in an enjoyable working atmosphere. A knowledge of Spanish culture and language is useful but not essential. Above all else we value personal qualities.  

Compensation: 1275€ before tax for 20 hours weekly class contact time,& 1 hour weekly meeting.
Partly financed attendance TESOL conference, Seville March 2013.(travel costs not included). Spanish classes available with qualified native teacher. Help on arrival with accommodation, opening a bank account, doctor & so on.

To apply, contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Plaza de la Ribera 21 
Aranda de Duero, Burgos
09400 – Spain

Tel:  0034947510944

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.


The second unit represents brief but sufficient information on parts of speech in the English language. Naturally, it’s not enough to learn the topic thoroughly but the material is great to refresh the memory. It is structured well, so it is very easy to understand everything. The material given in unit 2 touches upon all the required issues and I’ve got a complete overview of this topic.This unit deals with pronunciation and phonology. The main thing i have learned from this unit is the phonemic alphabet and the use of intonation . Many students of English find it difficult to convey exact meanings of sentences because they lack the skills to use intonation. The phonemic alphabet is something I had never fully understood before,but now I feel confident to use it in the classroom.