El equipo de Britspeak está formado por profesionales especializados en la enseñanza de inglés. Todos nosotros contamos con una formación específica en la docencia de inglés, cuestión que es un requisito indispensable para integrarse en nuestra plantilla. Además de la formación, en nuestra academia encontrarás únicamente profesorado nativo, bilingüe o con el nivel C2 de Cambridge y estancias de varios años en Gran Bretaña. Gracias a eso aprenderás el inglés real y podrás mejorar tu pronunciación. Nuestra academia también es un sitio idóneo para que te prepares para exámenes oficiales, ya que nuestros profesores son también examinadores oficiales (Cambridge, Trinity, OIDI). Nos apasiona la enseñanza y queremos ayudarte a alcanzar tus metas. ¡Ven a conocernos!
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Hi! My name’s Hanna. I’m bilingual and hold a dual citizenship (British & Polish). I worked as a teacher in private academies and state schools in London, teaching both English as a first and as a foreign language for many years. I have also worked as a Director of Studies at summer camps with students from all over the world. Attracted by the sunshine, good food and a relaxed lifestyle I left rainy London and came over to Spain to seek a new adventure. I opened the Britspeak Academy in autumn 2018 and have been teaching and running the school ever since. Thanks to a very warm welcome from the local community, we have been growing year on year. At the academy I teach teens and adults – general English, exam preparation courses and Business English. I am also a qualified OIDI and Trinity College examiner.
My name is Marcos. I did my Bachelor's degree in teaching English in "Escuela de Magisterio. Universidad de Valencia". Futhermore, I hold a University Degree in Psychopedagogy. Part of my course included a year at the University of Gavle in Sweden, which gave me a lifetime desire to live and work overseas. I studied English for three years at the University of Bournemouth. I have been teaching English for the last ten years, both children and adults. I was appointed to be the academic coordinator in Dublin City University with English Teachers who receive a grant from Consellería de Educación. I really enjoy delivering communicative and interactive classes.
Hi everyone, my name is Peter Lobley. I was born and grew up in Derby, England – where the industrial revolution started! I studied Sociology and Social Anthropology at the University of Kent in Canterbury. I later did my CELTA teaching qualification at St Giles in London and then got my master’s in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from the University of Cambridge. I have taught English for over 30 years, both in England to students from around the world, and in Spain – my goodness, how time flies! Teaching style? Er, organic! What else? Uf, many things! One thing I’m proud of is my knowledge of vocabulary in Spanish – although I do have a bit of a “guiri” accent!!
Hi all, my name is Richard Seal. I was born in Sutton Coldfield, England. I studied English and Film at the University of Kent, and later attained a PGCE in Adult Education and TEFL qualifications. Prior to becoming an English and Maths teacher twelve years ago, I spent two decades as a project and contract manager in the public sector. I also worked as a Bereavement Counsellor.
When my wife and I moved to Spain in 2014, we quickly realised that it was the best thing we have ever done. There is so much to love about this country: the weather, food, culture, and the wonderful people. Alongside my love of teaching English, I have also had a lifelong passion for writing. I have had a novel and several books of short stories and poetry published in recent years.