Advertising Salary
£32,000 - £35,000 per annum dependent on experience

About The Role

We are recruiting a permanent full time Learning and Teaching Manager to join our small team at our boutique modern central London school a short walk from Borough Market, Tate Modern, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

You may already be a Senior Teacher or Assistant Director of Studies and have no management experience, but a passion for keeping abreast of the latest in teaching practice and experience of delivering inspiring CPD sessions is more important. You will also continue to stay at the forefront of teaching practice with your own teaching schedule, acting as an exemplar of excellent teaching, and continuing to develop as a teaching professional.

You will take on responsibilities for the quality of course delivery and ensuring that students maximise their learning. Overtime you will be responsible for managing, supporting, and developing a small team of experienced temporary and permanent EFL teachers.

As part of the school management team, you will have the opportunity to learn about, and start to share responsibility for areas of the business beyond just academic management, including safeguarding, keyholding, and emergency student support.

You will participate in our Education Steering Committee, working alongside academic managers from different part of the business, including our Head of Education Silvana Richardson. Together you will develop and implement ambitious plans for our teaching and learning rooted in the principles of The Bell Way.

This is school based role requiring a physical presence onsite rather than being a hybrid or WFH position.

Bell is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. A DBS check will be requested in the event of a successful application. 

About You

  • Degree
  • Delta or Trinity Dip TESOL
  • Experience of academic management in an ELT setting
  • A genuine desire to deliver courses of the highest quality
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to lead an experienced and highly qualified teaching team


  • Experience of managing academic programmes (Foundation or A Levels) as well as ELT programmes
  • Experience of managing teacher training and/or teacher development programmes

About Us

At Bell, we believe that English is more than a language. It's a stepping stone that will help you achieve your dreams. For over 60 years, we have provided unforgettable learning experiences to students and teachers from around the world, transforming the lives of over one million. Through our teaching approach we encourage students to aim high, exceed their learning goals and become confident users of the English language.

Frank Bell opened his first language school in Cambridge in 1955, which still operates today. Since then, Bell has grown from one prestigious English language school in Cambridge to an internationally recognised, high-quality education business which unlocks the world for its students through learning English and learning in English. 

Today, Bell offers English language courses to juniors and adults, prepares students for university in the UK and trains the world's ELT teachers.

Employee Benefits:
  • Annual leave – 25 days per year (pro rata) plus 8 public holidays. Increasing with long service.
  • Employee assistance plan
  • Salary sacrifice pension scheme
  • Enhanced sick pay
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Buy/Sell annual leave scheme
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Techscheme
  • One day paid leave per annum to volunteer for a charity of your choice
  • Dental plan
  • Free onsite car parking
  • Subsidised canteen

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