Teach at Dayspring.
At Dayspring Academy we are always on the lookout for UK-based teachers to come and join us.
The time you spend with us in Zambia is entirely up to you; whether that’s a few weeks, a few months or even a few years.
Maybe you fancy taking a year out after many years in the classroom.
Maybe you’re a newly qualified teacher and can spare us some time before you start looking for your first job in the classroom.
Maybe, out of nowhere, God has put a calling on your heart and this feels like it might be what He had in mind.
We can’t promise that it won’t be challenging, but we can guarantee that by joining us at Dayspring, you will be helping change many young lives forever.
We can also promise that it will be an experience you will never forget.
Don’t just take our word for it though.
Sian Allen, 30, joined us at Dayspring in September for three months after being a primary school teacher for three years. Read her story here.
Julie Greenhalgh came to Dayspring with her entire family of six to work as a teacher and a teacher-trainer in the school. After planning to stay for two years, the family had little choice but to return home after seven months due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Julie Greenhalgh with two of the students at Dayspring.
Sian Allen teaching a class at Dayspring.
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