Malvern House London Teachers

Robert
Originally from ‘the city of dreaming spires’ – Oxford – I have spent most of my life living in London. My career began when I realised how much I adore languages, which was when I was studying Japanese at school. From there I went on to study language teaching and travelled to Asia. I am an enormous fan of contemporary oriental culture and in particular Japanese anime and video games, I also taught in China for a time and speak Chinese as a second language. I have been at Malvern House for many years now and I’m always happy to have a chat, so please feel free to say ‘hello’ to me if you see me here!
Steven Harrop
I’ve been a teacher for 21 years and I’ve worked at Malvern House since January 2014. I’ve taught all levels from beginners to advanced and have a particular interest in grammar and pronunciation. I do a lot of the social activities at Malvern House, including weekend trips. I love travelling in my free time so it’s great that I can combine my job with my hobby.
Rebecca

I trained as an English Language teacher in Thailand in 2007 and completed my PGCE in English Secondary teaching in 2008. I have been teaching both ever since. I achieved a Master’s Degree in English Literature: Modern Literary Cultures in 2015 with distinction and started a PhD in 2016.  I enjoy teaching all levels - Beginner level to IELTS, and all ages from children to adults.

Jillian

Hello there, my name’s Jillian! I’ve had the opportunity to teach English to people from all over the world, and I have also taught abroad in countries including Thailand and Saudi Arabia! I love to have lively discussions with my students and I believe that communication is the key is improving your English, I look forward to meeting you in London!

Susan

I come from the valleys of South Wales originally, I have a wide range of experience teaching the English language in a variety of educational settings. I have had the pleasure of teaching all ages from very young children to the elderly. I am responsible for teaching exam courses and developing our online school! Please do come and say hello to me when you’re here!

Michal

I trained as an English teacher in 2009 and have taught in London and Japan. I also have a Master's Degree in Applied Theatre, and I enjoy using my drama experience for role plays and English language games. I enjoy teaching all levels and meeting people from all over the world.

Sarah Bruegel

I trained as an English Language teacher in London in June 2010 and I have been teaching English ever since in a variety of international schools in London and the UK, before joining Malvern house in July 2018. One of my favourite aspects of teaching English is the wide range of nationalities of the students, learning about their various cultures, and languages. Being trilingual in English, French and Spanish with an intermediate knowledge of German help me understand the learning needs of the students we teach here. Every day is unique at Malvern House. Please come and see me and I will always be happy to assist you! Enjoy your studies in London!

Bee Govi

I love, love, love teaching! Being a teacher is a great thing to be as you can meet people from different countries and cultures. So, please come and speak to me if you have any questions about your English. I have been a teacher for a long, long time, over 20 years! I also train people to become teachers! Over the years, I have taught in central and south America and Europe. I also teach Italian and in my free-time I enjoy travelling, playing the guitar and piano and singing in pubs around London.

Gareth
I’ve been teaching English as a foreign language for 15 years, and in that time I’ve worked in Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina and The Netherlands, as well as in London for the past ten years. I particularly enjoy teaching in London because it means I get to meet people from all over the world every day, and play games with them.
Mike
I’ve been a teacher for many years. My favourite aspect of teaching English in a language school is the diversity of the students: where they come from and the languages they speak and the experiences they bring to the class. Every day is different and teaching here is a life of surprises with something new to learn every day.