Spanish Courses in London
At Spanish House London, learning is about much more than simply imparting knowledge. We believe that it's vital to provide innovative, interactive and lively lessons. Our aim is to make you feel enthusiastic about learning Spanish.
We are a team of native, fully qualified tutors based in Clapham. We are passionate about teaching our language.
Since 2001 we have built a broad experience teaching Spanish in different language schools and Universities in the United States, Germany and the UK.
Thanks to our experience, we have incorporated a variety of teaching methods to make the process of learning fun and effective.
Our lessons are held in a friendly environment that will make you feel comfortable and confident to speak from the first lesson. Our cosy and inviting classroom in Clapham North Art Centre is a warm and welcoming place in which you'll learn while enjoying a cuppa.
With us, learning Spanish is not a boring task but an interactive and stimulating activity.
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But Spanish House London is much more than a language school. Learning does not stop at the end of the lesson.
We love our culture and we would like to transmit this passion to our students. Our aim is to promote the knowledge of Spanish and South American arts, literature, films, food and values through our Workshops and Events held locally in Clapham.
We believe that a language is learnt more efficiently when absorbed in different environments. This way, learning becomes exciting and enriching.
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"Innovative, vibrant, interactive teaching with lively and fun exercises. Stimulating teacher who made me feel enthusiastic about learning Spanish and wanting to learn more"
L. Barnes, Inicial 1
"Although I had studied Spanish at school I felt stuck and unable to use it. The friendly environment at Spanish House made me feel confident speaking and communicating with the locals on my trip to Cuba"
M. Fawles, Continuacion 1
"I was stuck in a routine of working long hours, going home and just watching TV because I was too exhausted to do anything else. Taking an evening class made me make time for something I wanted to do. It is a stimulating activity that means a break in my weekly routine"
R. Brown, Inicial 1 level