Taal Millard

Taal Millard

Hello there,

My name’s Taal, and I’m from…..Nottingham.

I’ve spent quite a few years teaching English abroad, in various countries, and finally I’ve returned to my home town to work with people from….all over the world!
Sometimes when people ask me what I do, instead of saying “I teach English”, I say “I’m an International Communications Facilitator; I help people to realise their personal and professional projects.” Sounds an important job, doesn’t it? It is! 😊

I look forward to meeting you, hearing about your projects, and helping you to realise them.

Never stop dreaming and planning!

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Jessica Riveiro

Jessica Riveiro

Hello,
My name is Jessica. I come from Galicia in the north of Spain, best known for the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, to live in the UK almost three years ago. First I was living in London and after I moved to Nottingham.
I have a degree in Spanish language and literature and a PGCE in Spanish. I have a deep love for languages. I speak basic Italian, Portuguese, Galician and Spanish (my native languages).
I have experience working in schools in London and tutoring students in Spain.
I am very creative and I will always try to make my lessons interesting for everybody. Don’t worry if you make mistakes during my lessons, we are all here to learn.
I look forward to getting to know more about you and your interests.
See you soon,
Jessica

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Ana Ramos

Ana Ramos

Hello! My name is Ana.

I’m from the south part of Spain, a beautiful city called Málaga and I came to Nottingham two years ago.
I studied a degree in Primary School Teaching in Granada and since then, I have been working in academies.
I love Teaching my Language but I like trying to get you involve in the Spanish culture as well.

I’m looking forward to meeting you all!

¡Hasta pronto!

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Angela Lopez

Angela Lopez

Hola,

I’m Angela. I was born in Venezuela, South America. I have been living in England since September 2012. I completed a law degree in my country and I used to work for an insurance company in Venezuela. Here in Nottingham, I have done some volunteer work, I worked as a Financial Assistant for a charity, and I now I teach Spanish as a foreign language.

After much thought, I decided to begin a new stage in my life where I’ll be in charge of “Language Tuition Nottingham” from August 2015. I hope that with determination, discipline and professionalism I will maintain the success our lovely school. I will be teaching and managing the business at the same time, because I like to know how we can do the best for our students.
I would like to have the opportunity to meet you. As manager, I would like to let you know that if you have any questions, requirements or suggestions please feel free to talk with me. I am here to help!

I hope you like and enjoy our classes! I’m looking forward to meeting you all!

Angela

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Tania Gonzalez

Tania Gonzalez

Hola!

My name is Tania Gonzalez and I come from a small city in the north west of Spain, called Ponferrada. Originally, I came to Nottigham in 2009 as an international student at Trent University. I enjoyed Nottingham and the UK so much that, after my course finished, I decided to stay and share my passion for the Spanish language and culture. My personal experience after years of both learning and teaching languages tells me that the best way of learning a foreign language is being active and dynamic, which is how I like my lessons to be. I look forward to meeting you in one of them.

Hasta pronto

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