Work For Us

For both students and staff, summer school offers an experience like no other, and our high-quality programme, facilities and personal approach mean it's really enjoyable too.

There's also no denying that working at a summer school is demanding as days can be long and the challenges varied. However, if you're willing to embrace the dynamic nature of summer school life wholeheartedly, then it's something you'll find hugely rewarding and probably want to do year after year!

We're looking for enthusiastic and dedicated individuals for our team who also bring a sense of fun, flexibility, good communication and organisational skills as well as strength of character. So if you think you fit the bill, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

At Your English Summer, welfare is our number one priority and we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We have a comprehensive Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and procedures in place which all employees, volunteers and contractors must adhere to. Furthermore, any offers of employment are conditional on and subject to an enhanced check via the Disclosure and Barring Service as well as the availability of two satisfactory references, where previous employers are specifically asked about suitability to work with children. A summary of our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available here. Our full Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available on request, in our summer school office and at our Head Office.

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To apply for any of the roles at our summer school please download the relevant application form and once you have completed it, send it along with a copy of your CV and a brief covering letter to

We often receive a high volume of applications and while we will endeavour to reply to all applicants at busy times of year this might be limited to successful candidates. Where we feel your application meets the necessary requirements for the role in question, we will contact you to arrange either a telephone or (occasionally) a face-to-face interview. Should you then be successful...

  • We require the details of two recent and relevant referees who we will contact (1 of whom must be your most recent employer and both of whom will be asked about your suitability to work with children).
  • We will request that you explain any gaps in your employment history.

You will be required to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check - or equivalent if living outside the UK - and you will be asked to sign the Children's Act 1989 declaration safeguarding the welfare of children, and state that there is no known reason why you cannot work with children.

Official identification and certificates (either originals or certified copies) will be required for our records.