- Teach approx. 28 hours per week (give and take)
- Unlike every other centre, we cap our teachers teaching hours for the sake of quality, passion and having enough energy to ensure each class is awesome
- We don’t state that in the contract as it reduces the centre’s ability to be flexible to accommodate for situations. However, all our centre managers do well to keep the teaching hours to 25 or under during regular term time. During the summer programme (our peak season between mid-July to the end of August), you should expect to teach 28 hours (give and take). Most teachers find that if taken an average over a period like 3 months, their hours are within the informal cap.
- Student journalling
- Report writing
- Meeting with your centre manager to account for every single one of your students
- Updating parents periodically
- Attend meetings
- Planning for special events
- Participate in continuous professional development
- 1）Fluent English Speaker (A clear, general accents such as Received Pronunciation for British English or General American English is preferred; while heavy regional accents will not be acceptable)
- 2）Teaching qualification of at least 100 hours TEFL / TESOL.
- 3）Excellent spoken, written and grammar skills.
- 4）University Undergraduate Bachelor Degree or higher.
- 5）Confidence – able to present oneself to parents confidently.
- 6）Presentable – you look like a professional teacher.
- 7）Experience (though we may consider candidates with less experience).
- 8）Able to work with a range of children’s ages, from the ages of 3 to 12.
- Full Visa Sponsorship
- Full training
- Continual professional development
- Appraisals and professional development
- Orientation programme
- Competitive incremental salary
- 14 days paid annual leave
- 16 – 18 paid public holidays
- Social network connection
About Babington LCK:
Babington is a learning centre that teaches English to children from K1-P6 (3-12 years of age). Babington is accredited with Oxford University Press and is Oxford’s largest provider of their RWI by Oxford programme in Hong Kong. All teachers are native English speakers, trained, certified and accredited by Oxford University Press in their RWI by Oxford phonics programme.