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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.
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.
Charlotte has recently moved to Italy to add Italian to her repertoire after teaching MFL Pre U at Harris Westminster Sixth Form for three years and acting as SENCO there in 2017-18. Before that, she was awarded a First Class degree in French and Spanish at the University of Leeds in 2012 and has since lived in France, Spain and Argentina, where she taught English at University level.
David has been teaching German and English as foreign languages in educational settings around the world since 2004. He studied at the University of Bamberg in Germany, where he completed his first state exam (BA Hons equivalent) in English/EFL, Geography and Educational Science, and the USA, where he did his master’s degree in German with a concentration in second language acquisition and language pedagogy at the University of South Carolina.
"My daughter is benefitting hugely from Victoria’s tutoring. I met with my daughter's (rather strict and unyielding) English teacher yesterday and she said that my daughter has come on IN SPADES (as she put is) and is “really getting it”, so this is really down to Victoria’s work with her. She is also feeling much more confident, she says, and is much more able to identify and describe the more subtle layers of meaning in a text."