My name is Cristianne and I am currently a Modern Foreign languages teacher in Hatcham College, a secondary school in South East London. I have ten years experience in London secondary schools and around 4 years in colleges, centres and schools abroad. I am looking to tutor children and adults in language learning because I love languages, I love teaching and I understand well how language learning works. I have limited availability at the moment, more from September and I am available in the summer too.
I am an experienced primary school teacher and can help your child with maths, reading and writing skills.
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As a qualified teacher for both MFL and ESOL, I have been teaching Spanish (KS3-KS5) and French (KS3) for a few years in secondary schools. Also I have been tutoring Spanish mainly in the evenings for over ten years. (KS4-KS5/Adults).
More recently, I worked as a Learning Support Practitioner for ESOL in a college. (19+).
Purley Language College was established in 1928 and is situated just 20 minutes on the train from central London. We teach English to adults and juniors.
Purley Language College is a family-run school and is open all year round to adults, teenagers and children.
Purley Language College can provide the documentation for genuine students who need visas to study in the UK.
All our host families drop off and pick up their junior students every day.
I am an experienced, qualified French and English teacher and tutor of 5+ years. I am educated to master's level and have expereince teaching and tutoring primary and secondary school pupils (ages 5 - 18). I also have experience teaching adults during evening classes.
I was born and raised in Switzerland with an Irish mother and am therfore a native speaker in French and English. I am passionate about languages, literature and helping students develop their full potential.
I tailor sessions to the individual student's interests and needs, and work with pupils to meet their desired goals. I usually set a short piece of homework at the end of each session and review this with the pupil in the following session. I am currently working online via Skype and Zoom to deliver lessons but will also consider other mutually agreeable, secure platforms. My basic rate is £35.
I look forward to hearing for you. Bonne journée!
EFL/ESOL lessons in London, UK.
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In the summer of 2018 I received a Master’s degree in Taiwan and Asia Pacific Studies from Tamkang University, and successfully undertook a CELTA course soon afterwards. I completed a 120 hour TEFL course in 2012, and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor’s degree in History.
Between February and December 2020 I worked as a Learning Support Assistant at the London Nautical School. I assisted teachers with students who were in a number of different academic years, in a range of subjects. Students at this school came from a range of social and cultural backgrounds. I was responsible for helping students with learning difficulties, and those whose first language wasn’t English. I taught them reading, conversation and grammar skills. I also assisted teachers in managing and teaching entire classes of students.
Before this I was a History teacher for a number of Year 7, 8, 9, and 10 classes at St Albans Girls' School. Students at this school come from a range of social and cultural backgrounds. The school works hard to improve attainment in numeracy and literacy and has clear teaching methods in place to achieve this. The head of department produced lesson plans which all other teachers could use, but from the beginning I made changes to these, and added my own material, in order to adapt them to my own style of teaching.
I have extensive experience in teaching English, as a result of being employed as an English Editor at Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand, between 2012 and 2015. My job at this organisation required me to conduct instruction in a wide range of different courses, and to interact with diverse groups of students. I am confident that I can apply the experience I have gained to any given classroom environment.
I have also worked at the Imperial War Museum in London in a voluntary capacity at weekends. This involved helping to make the exhibits easy to appreciate and use for visitors of all nationalities and sharing the expertise that I have built up regarding this period of history. This allowed me to share my passion for history with others.
I qualified in teaching primary school subjects and French at Homerton college Cambridge in 1976. I continued to teach in primary schools and went on to teach secondary French and German. After having a family I then qualified in TESOL to all age groups specialising in phonics and listening and speaking. Latterly, I have taught English and subject support to International students at a girl,s boarding school St George' s school, Ascot. I am keen to offer support to the National Tutoring program to help children who have missed out on their education due to lockdown. I am especially interested in becoming a Teaching Assistant and helping in teaching reading, writing and primary and GCSE French.
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