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Summer Student Activity Leader in Monmouth

The aim of Junior Summer Programme is to provide students aged 11-17 with English language lessons every morning and with a variety of afternoon activities.

1 - 50 hours per week
£10.90 Per Hour

What are you going to do:

Main purpose of job

The main role of a Summer Social Activity Leader is to engage with the students and, in turn, make sure that the students engage with all aspects of the programme - classes, activities and excursions. This means communicating, interacting, and generally being alongside the students in making sure that they are happy, involved, and having fun. Most importantly, ensuring that safeguarding practices are upheld at all times.

As a Summer Social Activity Leader, you will need to ensure the successful delivery of activities onsite and offsite. As well as leading activities and excursions, SAL’s are always expected to perform to a high standard of physical, emotional and social care for the students.

What we offer:

  • Fun working environment
  • Accomodation included
  • Full Board

What we ask:

  • Achieved or is on track for at least 3 A Levels Grade C or above (or equivalent qualification).
  • Teamwork
  • Communication


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Extra information

Upon the completion of the role, there is an opportunity for Activity Leaders to be included within the international learning exchange programme, Taith. The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:

● Welcoming new students to the centre

● Setting up / packing up the centre and displaying / removing signs

● Supervising during breaks and lunchtimes

● Preparing and taking part in afternoon and evening activities and half and full day excursions

● Excellent organisational and time-keeping skills

● Ability to work as part of a team and act as a leader

● Self-motivated, reliable and able to use initiative

● Adaptable to change with effective problem-solving skills

● Ability to work well under pressure

● Previous activity/group leader experience


● Assisting with fire drills

● Understanding the risk assessments provided by the Centre Manager

● Providing welfare support for all students, ensuring all safeguarding guidelines are upheld and reporting potentially harmful situations

● Encourage students to always speak English

● Friendly, outgoing and open

● Effective communication and interpersonal skills

Education Level
Working hours per week
1 - 50
Type of Contract
Summer / seasonal jobs, Temporary full-time jobs
Salary indication
£10.90 Per Hour
Responsible for
Welcoming Students, preparing and taking part in activities, assisting with fire drills
Profession type
Teaching / Instructors / Guides
Full UK/EU driving license preferred
Car Preferred
Must be eligible to work in the EU
Cover Letter Required

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