Work, enjoy, learn, lead……………

Join us again this summer!

Our ongoing commitment to safer recruitment means that all successful applicants will be expected to be part of the DBS update service or be required to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure. 

Applicants will also be required to provide two professional references as well as explain any gaps in employment history before any offer is made.

We are so pleased to see you are interested in joining us again this year.

It takes all types of skills to make the perfect team. If you worked for us in 2019, then follow this route to help speed up your application for activities, teaching, welfare or management.

Start Date: - Contracted work from June – August 2020, depending on location

Salary: - As per job descriptions. Pay in lieu of any unspent holiday at 12.07% of total gross pay. Loyalty bonus and increments available.

Locations: - Cambridge, Canterbury, Dover, Chichester, Edinburgh, London (Bankside, Bloomsbury, Uxbridge), Malvern, Oakham, Woodcote (near Reading) and York

Hours: - 42 hours, 48 hours or 48+ hours (management) dependant on role and centre

How will you spend your summer?

Apply for position now

Application Details

Personal Details

Qualifications update since summer 2018

Please include TEFL qualifications, A-Levels, Diplomas, Degrees, Coaching, Lifeguarding, First Aid. Also, please include name of institution, qualification/subject, awarding body, date and mode of study, e.g University of Edinburgh, BA History,, full time 2012-2016 or IH Barcelona, CELTA, Cambridge, full time September 2018

EFL Teaching Experience

(if applicable; calculate up to June 2019). This information will be passed on to the centre

Employment since summer 2019. Please note that in order to process your application, your FULL employment history is required. Please explain/ account for any gaps. We may contact previous employers if you have worked with children or with another summer school organisation. Please also include any voluntary/unpaid work.

Further Information


As part of our ongoing commitment to child protection, we ask that all returning staff provide one reference. Please give the name of a professional referee who can comment on your work since your last contract with Stafford House Study Holidays.

• If you have worked with children since your last SHSH contract, please include a referee from this employment.

• If you have not been in employment since your last contract with SHSH, please provide the contact details of a referee who has known you through voluntary work or in an academic capacity in this timeframe.

• References from friends and family are not acceptable.

• Please use company email addresses wherever possible.


Applicant Declaration

Please answer ‘yes’ to each statement to confirm your acceptance

Declaration of Suitability to Work with Children

Our Child Protection Policy

Stafford House Summer is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for juniors in our care. We achieve this by: • Adhering to safer recruitment of staff practices as per NCSL guidelines • Having clear code of conduct for all staff working at our centres • Adopting child protection policies and procedures as per NSPCC guidelines • Having clearly visible and accessible Anti-Bullying Policy and Student Complaints procedure Please see our Staff Handbook for full information. Because of the sensitive nature of the duties you will be expected to undertake, you are required to disclose details of any criminal record and a DBS check or Disclosure Scotland may be processed. Disclosure may not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position as only relevant convictions and other information will be taken into account, however you must disclose all convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings that are not "protected" as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013 by SI 2013 1198). Please visit the following website to read up on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act:

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