Terms & Conditions


Due to the nature of the positions offered and immigration regulations in Poland and the EU, we are only prepared to employ native English-speaking EU nationals or native English-speaking non-EU nationals holding a valid Polish passport/residence card.


Signed on arival (or prior to arrival on candidate's request). See sample contract.

Teaching Hours:

20-25 hours a week. Monday to Friday or Tuesday to Saturday (teachers have two consecutive days off per week: Saturday/Sunday or Sunday/Monday). Classes usually start at 3:30 and end at 20:15 (9:30-1:00 on Saturdays).


Above the national average, reviewed once a year and kept in line with inflation. Full information upon application. Contact Rafal Drewniak on Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript. Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. .


Teachers are provided with accommodation on arrival. The flat is located just 20 minutes' walk from the school and offers a private bedroom for each teacher, bathroom with a shower, WC and washing machine, kitchen, living room with cable TV. The flat is fully furnished and offers Internet access in each bedroom. The rent is covered by the school while the electric/gas/water/heating/cable/Internet bills are shared by the teachers.


Tarnowskie Góry is a medium-sized town in southern Poland. With a population of around 60 thousand it is one of the smaller, but most attractive and oldest towns of the Silesian Province - the main industrial region in Poland. Plenty of restaurants, pubs and parks, a modern aquatics centre, and the vicinity of great shopping and cultural facilities in the near-by cities of the region, make it an ideal place to spend an interesting, hassle-free year. For more information on TG (or Tarny, as one of our former teachers dubbed it:), check out the town's official website on www.tarnowskiegory.pl (the English is not great, but you will find a lot of useful stuff there)