Nicholas

Nicholas

French and Spanish Tuition in Amersham

I have just completed my NQT year at at Dr Challoner's Grammar School as a French and Spanish teacher.
I am also taking a Masters in Teaching and Learning at University of Oxford.
I am a recent postgraduate from the University of Oxford where I obtained a Distinction in PGCE Secondary in French and Spanish.
I offer tutoring to all ages and abilities in French and Spanish.

Tutoring Experience

  • NQT French and Spanish teacher at Dr Challoner's Grammar School.
  • Two placement schools in Oxfordshire during my PGCE course at University of Oxford
  • Work Experience in a Special Educational Needs School in Oxfordshire
  • English Language Assistant under the auspices of the British Council in two 'collèges' in the Rhône-Alpes region of France
  • English Language Tutor for Business apprentices at La Résidence, Villefranche-sur-Saône
  • English Language Tutor for French adults during evening classes at La Résidence, Villefranche-sur-Saône
  • Work experience placement as an English Language Assistant in an 'école' in Brittany
  • Football coaching to children from the ages of 2-11 with Andy Tucker Soccer Camps

Tutoring Approach

Very comfortable and a wide range of experience means I am very happy to teach all ages and coach for all 4 elements of exams (speaking, reading, listening, writing), or simply to improve competency.

My teaching hours are very flexible during weekday evenings and weekends and arrangements can easily be made to travel to the student's house. (Further afield may include travel costs)

LanguagesEnglish (British), French, Spanish
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (evenings)
References Available On File

Qualifications

University of Southampton2015BachelorsBA French and Music
Sir Thomas Rich's Grammar School2011School'A' at French A Level
Sir Thomas Rich's Grammar School2009School'A*' at French GCSE
Sir Thomas Rich's Grammar School2009School'A*' at Spanish GCSE
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