Our main asset is our high quality teaching staff. Spanish or Latin American native speakers who are qualified, experienced and educated to at least degree level. We pride ourselves on the fact that all our teachers are qualified as CLTA (Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults), which is regarded as the highest qualification for teaching Spanish to adults.
My name is Irene and I’m from Madrid.
I’m totally passionate about teaching my language as well as all aspects of my culture.
I like to use a creative approach to the lessons, using different sources (video, audio, games, photos, etc) as besides being a graduate Spanish teacher, I also obtained a Bachelors Degree in Video and Communication.
I moved to the UK five years ago in search of adventure and became a CLTA qualified teacher to learn the new techniques in teaching Spanish to adults.
One of the most rewarding experiences as a teacher is to see the students enjoying themselves and leaving the classroom with a glowing sense of achievement.
I'm from Buenos Aires. I obtained my Certificate in Teaching Spanish to adults in 2008 and my Diploma in Teaching Children and Teenagers in 2009. Since then I've gained experience teaching Spanish in Sydney, Buenos Aires and Dresden (Germany).
I believe that learning about Spanish and Latin American cultures is as important as taking in the language itself. That is why I use real materials for my lessons (newspapers, excerpts of books and films, songs, etc) so my students experience a true cultural journey. I also think that learning a language shouldn't be boring or unpleasant but an enriching and fun activity.
My many teaching experiences have taught me to understand the different needs of students adapting to their pace and making them feel comfortable and relaxed during lessons. My favourite part of teaching is creating fun and laughter, making the lesson a fun social activity rather than a chore. What I like most about being a teacher is the satisfaction of seeing my students progress.
I hope to see you in class soon!
My name is Virginia and I am from the beautiful town of Santander, on the North coast of Spain.
I am a Psychologist and Social Educator. I also obtained my Certificate in Teaching Spanish to adults (CLTA) in 2017 and I have been teaching Spanish since then. I am used to teaching students of all levels and abilities, and from all walks of life. My background as a psychologist has helped me connect and empathise with my students, place myself in their shoes, and create a welcoming and supportive atmosphere during the lessons.
My name is Luisa and I am from Bogotá, Colombia.
I came to London 3 years ago to study a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching at Kingston University. While in London, I have also taken several diplomas to become a DELE examiner, which is the official certificate to prove your level of Spanish as a foreign language, and to teach grammar to learners of Spanish as a second language (Instituto Cervantes). Before moving to London, in Colombia, I obtained my degree in Spanish teaching methods at the Universidad Pedagogica Nacional in Bogotá and a certificate in Teaching Spanish to speakers of other languages in Instituto Caro y Cuervo (Bogota).
Some of my hobbies are cycling, reading and watching movies. I am very patient and I love teaching and learning, this is why I chose my profession, because every day is a learning process for my students and for me.
My name is Alba and I come from Valencia, the land of Paella and Oranges!
I hold a degree in Spanish Studies (Universitat de València) and a MA on Teaching Spanish as a Second Language (Universitat de Barcelona). I have been teaching Spanish in an immersion context in Valencia for one year and a half, and previously I taught in Tallinn (Estonia) as a part of an internship.
My studies combined with my professional experience have given me a deep knowledge about the different dynamics, materials and strategies to enable my students to overcome any challenge that may arise when learning a foreign language.
I am an enthusiastic and inspiring language teacher who loves sharing her passion about Spanish language and culture. Teaching languages is a beautiful job because it works towards building bridges between people and cultures. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing my students getting to know each other through Spanish, gaining the confidence to communicate in the language and learning about Spanish or Latin American culture.
My name is Laura. I am from Manizales, which is a city in Colombia, known for growing coffee and for having more temperamental weather than here in England.
I have a deep passion for languages. I studied a BA in Modern Languages at the University of Caldas followed by an MA in Spanish as a Foreign Language in Professional Environments at the University of Barcelona.
I have a wealth of experience in teaching Spanish in various countries including the UK. I like to show my students that learning a language is not a burden but a blessing and a way to embrace travelling and appreciating other cultures. I am a strong believer in the communicative approach to teaching which ensures that all my students are comfortable in my class and confident enough to practise independently. Whilst having a strong focus on teaching the logic and structure behind languages, I incorporate humour, create games and prepare a variety of visual and auditive aids to ensure all of my classes are informative, fun and dynamic.
I’m Frank and I come from Lima, Peru. I’ve been a language teacher (English and Spanish) for almost ten years. I hold a teaching degree and a CELTA qualification. After doing a postgraduate diploma in Spanish language teaching, I decided to come to Europe for pastures new.
In 2014, I had the opportunity to live and work in Russia for a year as a teacher of Spanish and English. It was a very nice experience to live in a different country so far from home. Currently I am complementing my profession with a Masters Degree in Legal translation and Audio visual translation.
I love teaching Spanish both to children and adults, using games, art, music and other tools to engage students in the language learning experience. I'm creative, playful and enthusiastic in my lessons. Other things I’m interested in are films and literature, especially Latin American literature.
My name is Beatriz and I am from Barcelona. I
graduated in Spanish Language and Literature at the University of Barcelona. I have been teaching Spanish to adults and children since I arrived in the UK almost four years ago. In 2017, I obtained the Certificate in Teaching Spanish to Adults (CLTA).
What I love the most about my job is helping people to get closer to my mother tongue and my culture - enabling them not only to learn the second most spoken language in the world but also to be in touch with the amazing Spanish culture!
In my lessons, I focus on helping my students feel confident by encouraging them to speak the Spanish language from the very first lesson. Also I truly believe that using Spanish in real life situations whilst learning the language makes the process more fruitful and ...way more fun!
Hola a todos,
I am from Montevideo, Uruguay.
My passion for teaching my native language began in 2004 when I took a one-year long course in "Teaching Spanish to Speakers of
Other Languages" in Uruguay. I loved the subject so much that I decided to specialise by studing a 4-year long degree at the University of
Montevideo: "Spanish Teaching for secondary school level". When I finished my degree I received a grant from the Spanish Government to take
a Masters Degree in the Spanish Language at the University of La Coruña, Spain, in 2009, and an MA in Linguistics at the
University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, in 2010.
Since then, I have been an MFL Spanish teacher in Spain, Uruguay and Poland. I have also participated as a speaker in several congresses organised by the Spanish Linguistic Society and I have written contributions for the Latinoamerican University of Social Studies.
Hola, ¿qué tal?
My name is Eva. Born and bred in charming and sunny Cáceres, a medieval town in western central Spain, I moved to London 4 years ago. Living in a foreign country woke up my passion for teaching my language and culture, and I decided to obtain my qualification as a Spanish Language Teacher for Adults (CLTA).
I have a fun and bubbly personality that I bring to the classroom to make my lessons playful and enjoyable. My teaching style is based on the communicative and action-oriented approach.
When I am not teaching, I love to discover all the wonderful landscapes, towns and beaches of England, and combine these two cultures I am in love with.
¡Nos vemos pronto!
¡Hola! I’m Victoria, and I’m from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
I understand that everybody is different when it comes to learning a language - and having taught a broad range of people across all ages and walks of life - pride myself on adapting my teaching method to suit the learning style of each student. This is essential to ensure that learning is fun and enjoyable! As such, I have created many games, have discussions about topical news, and - as an art historian - have even given gallery tours for my students!
Above all, I help people get to grips with the ‘everyday’ Spanish language - ensuring that everything taught has complete relevance, whilst still sharing the context and culture behind what they are learning, whether Spanish from Spain, or other variations from around South America.
When I’m not teaching I enjoy travelling around Spain and Italy soaking up new experiences to pass on!
Hope to see you soon!
Hola, ¿que tal?
I am from the beautiful San Sebastian, a town in the North of Spain known for its amazing gastronomy.
I'm qualified to teach Spanish both by Instituto Cervantes (ELE) and by International House (CLTA). My 4 years experience teaching childen and adults has helped me develop a sense of imagination and creativity for the lessons.
I enjoy teaching Spanish using a communicative approach to the language, creating opportunities for the students to speak from the very beginning. I also believe that what you learn while having fun is never forgotten, therefore I tend to use games and playful activities in my classes.
See you in the classroom soon! Hasta pronto!
I am from Mexico City (Mexico).
I am a professional in communication with a MA in Journalism who has discovered in teaching a real passion. For me teaching Spanish is a way to share my knowledge and experience, and to contribute in reducing cultural gaps.
I have worked for two schools as a Spanish teacher in Mexico, dealing with teenagers and young adults helping them in improving he use of grammar and orthography, topics I am really into. I have also been a Spanish professor in the Faculty of Tourism (University of Toluca, Mexico).
I enjoy working in education because it is a great opportunity to spread enthusiasm for knowledge and to encourage people to open their minds to new experiences by having fun while learning. My other passions are writing (I have a postgrade in Creative Writing), cooking and blogging about traveling.
¡Hola! My name is Angela.
I was born and raised in Lima, Peru but I moved to the United States six years ago. Currently, I'm living in London and I’m studying an M.A. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
I have a CELTA teaching qualification and a B.A. in Psychological Science and I have taught English and Spanish to children and adults, individually and in groups for some years. I have worked as a private teacher/tutor, teacher assistant, English and Spanish teacher, and preschool teacher.
As a language learner myself, I can really relate to the challenges students face when learning a new language. I know it may be difficult at the beginning and sometimes we do not have enough confidence to start communicating, but practice makes the master!
I come from Almería, in the sunny southeast coast of Spain.
I have a degree in Spanish Language and Literature at University of Almería and a MA in Teaching Spanish as a foreigner language at University of Granada.
I have a passion for teaching and I love learning about different cultures, that’s why I have lived in Germany, the Netherlands and Romania, whilst teaching Spanish to adults, children and teenagers. My main goal is to make students feel comfortable in their learning process and to adapt to each student’s needs.
I look forward to sharing the Spanish culture with you and showing you how wonderful and easy it is to learn Spanish!
See you soon! ¡Hasta pronto!
Me llamo Evelyn y soy de Quito, Ecuador.
I am an Ecuadorian Spanish teacher with seven years experience teaching students from all over the world, from America to Asia.
I trained as a teacher of Spanish as a foreign language in "Instituto del español, IE" and obtained several certificates issued by Ecuador's Ministry of Education and Culture. I have developed a special full immersion teaching programme during my years in Ecuador, with the aim of enhancing my students' vocabulary, speaking and understanding.
My students have excellent results and for me seeing their Spanish improving is always a pleasure and a reason to keep on teaching this beautiful language.
I´m Claudia and I´m from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
I am a translator and I obtained a certificate in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language in 2017. I ´ve been a teacher for more than 12 years.
I am passionate about languages and I think they are keys to different cultures, so I believe learning a language opens our minds and may bring new and fun opportunities!
In my lessons, I use a variety of tools and materials, like games, songs, videos, articles, short stories, to make the learning experience more dynamic and enjoyable. I like to use a communicative and a student-centred approach enabling students to discover Spanish language and Hispanic culture by themselves.
One of the most gratifying experiences of teaching is to see the progress students make, to see them enjoying themselves in the lessons and to see them gaining confidence when speaking Spanish.
I am the founder and coordinator of Spanish House London.
While finishing my degree in Law in Madrid I had the opportunity of tutoring American students from Georgetown University during their exchange year and that's how I discovered a passion for teaching my language! I obtained my CLTA qualification and after teaching Spanish to adults in Berlin and Paris, I moved to the UK and decided to set up a unique language school.
My experience at different academies taught me that learning is best achieved in a friendly and welcoming environment rather than a cold and impersonal classroom.
I wanted to create a learning experience which took a fun approach to Spanish classes and where socializing is as important as the lesson itself. I believe we have achieved that but come and see for yourself!
I'm Ally Vitale. I'm from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I graduated from the University of Florida in 2013 with degrees in Psychology and Spanish.
After spending an abroad semester in Seville, Spain, I returned after graduation to Vigo, Spain, where I was an English Language and Culture Assistant at a primary school. I am now attending the University of Roehampton to pursue a Master of Arts in Specialised and Audiovisual Translation.
I'll be around to help keep things organised and running smoothly. Feel free to drop me an e-mail with any questions/comments on firstname.lastname@example.org or visit me at the Spanish conversation evenings so that we can discuss our Spanish language learning journeys together!
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