Emily is an enthusiastic and experienced EFT teacher with a strong background in property sector. She commits herself fully to every class, encouraging an interactive atmosphere for her students. Her broad skill set and industry experience enable her to adopt a unique approach to her classes, suitable for all ages and levels. Emily has a BA degree in English Language, MA degree in Urban Planning, as well as CELTA qualification. She spends her free time playing tennis and cooking Indian food.
Emily is a teacher of our General English Language courses as well as FCE preparation course and Speaking classes. She’s also helping other EFL teachers by writing ESL lesson plans on her blog.
After many years working in the UK university sector, Tam changed career and became an English language teacher, taking her CELTA qualification at the Institute of Modern Languages in Granada, Spain. She then lived in Spain and spent the next couple of years teaching English to children, teenagers and adults in both Valencia and Barcelona, covering everything from Cambridge exam preparation right up to Business English, in in-company classes. Tam is an enthusiastic teacher with a real passion for the job. She seeks to make her classes fun, dynamic, and educational; and for each one to encompass a range of skills, using a wide variety of resources. Originally from London, Tam’s biggest passion in life is travelling and meeting new people from all around the world. She has travelled extensively in Spain and South America – always seeking ways to improve her Spanish speaking skills! She also loves swimming, yoga, cooking, and spending time with her friends and family.
My name is Milena Jakicevic and I originally trained at the Cambridge School of English, in Verona, where I obtained the CELTA certificate. I have taught English in Italy and in Spain, more specifically in Madrid. I have a BA in Languages, Cultural Studies and Science Language from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, Italy. I recently completed a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics at University College London (UCL).
Even though I was born and grew up in Italy, both my parents come from former Yugoslavia. This gave me the privilege of speaking two languages, Italian and Serbo-Croatian from a very early age. The challenge of being understood inside and outside of my family captured my attention since childhood and has influenced my choice of studies. I speak Italian, Serbo-Croatian, English, Spanish and Portuguese.
I have had a lifelong passion for languages and I love music, going to the theatre and the cinema and eating great food ☺
Halina is a passionate and qualified Polish Language teacher with almost 20 years experience. Currently she teaches in the Polish Saturday School in London and provides private lessons and support to students wishing to excel in Polish language.
She gained her Master qualifications at the University of Mikolaj Kopernik in Poland and postgraduate diploma at Gdansk University (Poland). Halina enjoys attending courses to develop her qualifications and to improve her Personal Development. Recently she gained her diploma in the following fields:
‘Techniques on how to prepare the Polish students to pass GSCs exams ‘ , ‘How successfully teach and prepare to pass A- Level in Polish’ , ‘How to approach and teach vulnerable student ‘.
The above qualification/skills are great advantages that she implements in the classroom for the benefit of all students. Her approach to all students at any age can be described as great.
Halina focuses on developing her skills at all time since teaching and providing support for the students is the area she is very passionate about. In her free time Halina enjoys reading and writing poetry.