The school is a private school of English, located in Halkida on the island of Evia, 60 kilometres north of Athens Class sizes are small, with an average of Protected content in each class. Students are aged 10 – 17, at all levels from elementary to proficiency.
Classes last for one or sometimes two hours, and for the older pupils there is a strong orientation towards exams such as the Cambridge FCE and CPE. Most classes have lessons for a total of three or four hours per week, so you will be teaching several different classes at all levels from elementary to proficiency.
Teaching hours are 3. Protected content Monday to Friday. In addition to the hours spent teaching, you will also have to spend the proportionate amount of time planning lessons and correcting written work, making up a total workload of around 40 hours per week. You won't need to create your own materials, as each class will be working with a course book that provides all the activities and exercises for the lessons. The bulk of your preparation will consist of studying the materials in the course book and the accompanying teacher's guide, and planning how to do the lesson according to the needs of each group of students.
This is a fixed term contract, but can be renewed from September to June each year.
Applicants must have a degree (in any discipline) and speak English as their first language. Experience is not required. For citizens of the UK, Ireland or any other EU country, visas are not required.
The salary is Protected content per month gross, and free furnished accommodation is provided.