Information for Potential Teachers at the English School of Budapest
Who we are
ESB provides to children in Hungary a British education focusing on English and literacy learning through cross curricular methodology.
Pupil-centred, rigour, creativity, structured learning
- Commitment to excel
- Build a creative English world to engage children
- Educate for skills and language knowledge
- Maximise student and family participation in school and at home.
- Team that supports and inspires
ESB teaches English to children in a uniquely effective and innovative way. ESB will become recognised as Hungary’s centre of excellence for teaching and learning English for children and educators.
Whom do we appoint?
- Qualified and experienced primary and secondary native speaker teachers
- Ability to teach both native speaker and second language learners
- Creative, yet rigorous approach to lesson planning and delivery
- Strong communication skills for all aspects of school life, in the classroom and with parents and colleagues
- Friendly and cheerful disposition and the ability to work within a team
- A desire to be involved and contribute to the continued development of an excellent school and the realisation of its vision
What we can offer
- A salary that allows a comfortable standard of living in Budapest
- Local health insurance
- An ongoing professional development programme
- The chance to join an informal, committed and supportive team of teachers in this exciting period of expansion and development
- The opportunity to live in one of Europe’s most historic, cultured and liveable cities
Samu started attending ESB 6 months ago. He was a complete beginner at the time. Now he speaks in sentences and has a vocabulary of several hundred words. In six months he’s made incredible progress, while also having fun and making new friends.
Orsolya (mother of Samu)
“Our daughter was a little shy when joining ESB, having had very basic English – but she liked the classes from the first moment. After 5 months she is making steady progress and starts to be able to express herself. ESB seems to create good motivation for them and the various activities built around the themes covered keep the children’s interest.”
Anita (mother of Kata)