Teachers & Support Team
I’m from Northern England and I have taught English for many years now. At the moment I’m responsible for helping students who are beginners at English progress to a higher level. Outside of teaching I adore the theatre and London is an excellent city for those of you who also love cinema and the theatre!
I have been teaching at Malvern House for 12+ years. It’s fabulous meeting students from all over the world. An important part of my job is helping my students to speak and communicate more effectively and with confidence. Therefore, my lessons always have a strong focus on encouraging students to speak a lot while improving their vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation.
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.
I joined the team here at Malvern House London in 2021 as an English Language Teacher. I have also taught Japanese to students and I have a BA in Modern Languages and Management from the University of Cambridge. I really enjoy watching my students grow in confidence and seeing them smile and have fun in the classroom.
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.
Teaching really is my passion; that and travelling. So after having spent over twenty years working for the British government, I decided to focus all my energy on teaching students from all over the world. My job allows me to engage with students in a communicative and motivating way, making learning enjoyable while at the same time helping them achieve their goals.
I think one of the most rewarding things about being an English teacher is developing your students' skills and giving them courage to communicate in a foreign language. In my lessons we work hard, but we also have fun! I always encourage my students not to be afraid of making mistakes - this is the only way to truly learn and grow.
I first taught English during my year abroad in Japan, where I learnt how important understanding language is for communication. I am eager to build on my skillset and improve as a teacher so that I can support all of my students in the best way possible.
Managers and Support Staff
Director of Studies
Assistant Director of Studies
NCUK Academic Manager & Algeria Specialist
Student Services Officer