What our students say about us

Aiman (GCSE Student)

Sam (GCSE Student)

Afraz (GCSE Student)

“Sam got a 7 in his French, which he was pleased with, so thanks very much for your help.”

Sam’s Mum (GCSE student)

“I wanted to thank you for all the work you did with Zaid. I am delighted with the progress he made over the course of the year and the result is a credit to both of you. “

Zaid’s Dad 
(French GCSE Student)

“In my opinion, Carole has helped me so much, my grades have improved dramatically. I am now a lot more confident in my French lessons at school”

Megan (GCSE student)

“Just to let you know Peter has had his A-level results today. I am really pleased to say that he got an A for his French A-level!”

Helen Kendall
(GCSE Student Peter’s Mum)

“French was a subject I really struggled with at school. Thanks to your teaching methods I have made great progress and feel a lot more confident when I have to speak French on holidays.”

Michelle Turner (Adult Learner)

“I can’t think of an area of French which my lessons have not helped to improve. However, I think that my grammar and my pronunciation have probably seen the most improvement. Now I am also much better at ‘sounding more French’- avoiding too literal translations which don’t make sense and even learning some idioms. Occasionally you even help me with English spelling and grammar. As it is your first language, obviously the ‘rules’ of French are instinctive for you, however you really know how to explain everything to me from an English perspective and are extremely patient. I appreciate how focused and thorough you are. I feel that we accomplish a lot in each session and you always listen to what I need and tailor our lessons to suit that. I like that alongside my work, I always have my ‘verbs and vocabulary’ file open, to which I add the new vocabulary and grammar that I come across in whatever exercise we are doing. These make great revision aids towards exam time.”

“I think lessons on Skype are great. Firstly, it is thanks to Skype that I have the opportunity to have tutoring with you at all, as we live in different cities. Secondly, I think that using Skype is a very efficient and convenient way of tutoring. The ‘share screen’ function allows you to see my work at the same time as me so you can check and critique everything as we go along. Using the computer also allows us to access online resources during the lesson- such as listening exercises and online newspapers ect. As a bonus, you have also taught me lots of ICT tips and tricks.”

Charlotte Stella (GCSE French student on Skype)

“Thanks for another superb lesson on Zoom. I’m just starting to copy the whole of the lesson, which you kindly send by email, out in my exercise book, which in effect gives me two lessons in one. I was slightly apprehensive about having my lessons on Zoom due to Covid 19, but it’s not the case. It’s easy & very constructive.”

Michael Concannon
(Adult Learner)