A native French speaker holding a master’s degree, Raphael has been teaching foreign languages across the state and private sectors for the past 15 years. He is currently the Head of MFL at a prestigious independent school in Hampstead, while tutoring students to reach their full potential and excel in examinations such as the 11+ and 13+ school entrance papers, GCSEs, A Levels, and IB.
After graduating from secondary school in Germany, Maggie attended classes at the University of Stuttgart where she studied English, French and Politics. She graduated with the first state exam (equivalent of a bachelor’s degree of honours, 2:1) in English and Politics.
Charlotte can teach all levels of French and Spanish, but particularly specialises in:
- A level (Pre U, AQA, Edexcel)
- 16+ entrance exams
Charlotte currently teaches AQA French and Spanish A level at London Academy of Excellence. Prior to this, she taught the Pre U in both languages at Harris Westminster Sixth Form for three years and acted as SENCO there in 2017-18.
Graham is a former Advanced Skills Teacher with many years of experience working in a comprehensive school with all abilities. His key priority is to provide a safe learning setting where the learner can feel free to ask questions and make mistakes, enabling them to make progress session by session.
Rebekah grew up in Switzerland and so has been exposed to multilingualism from an early age; as a child, she spoke English at home, French at school, and started learning German at the age of seven. She is passionate about languages and convinced anyone can pick them up—with just a little time and commitment!
Rebekah went on to study French and German at Southampton University where she achieved a First.
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