Teaching English is a delicate balance of skill, intuition, careful planning and empathy. It requires patient, smart and experienced people to do it well. And these are the type of people that will teach you at The English Studio.

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Simply put, our teachers love teaching English. It’s a massive thrill for them when every student succeeds. You won’t find a more committed, passionate and professional group than ours.

We want you to have a great time learning English with us in our English language schools. So while we make sure our teachers have the required experience and qualifications we make sure they are nice people too.

We have teachers from all walks of life with experience in a range of areas including Business, Law, Higher Education, and they have often also travelled extensively around the world. We encourage them to be creative and inspiring while at the same time ensuring that they follow our carefully planned syllabus which has been designed to make sure you make maximum progress in your English course.

Our excellent English teachers don’t just stand in front of the class. They get down amongst you and talk to you individually. Person-to-person. We’ve found it’s the quickest way to learn English. (And it’s easier to ask questions when you know the rest of the class aren’t listening.)

Combine their skill with the latest resources and teaching technology – including interactive whiteboards – and you’re guaranteed a memorable learning English experience.

Aleix Joshua
I’ve been teaching at The English Studio for three years and it’s been a great experience. The dedicated staff are great, and I love working in Central London, but the best thing about it for me is meeting and working with the students.
Laura
I’ve been working here for just over two years, and I really enjoy working at such a dynamic and friendly school. I’ve always had a keen interest in learning languages and decided to become a teacher to do something that was rewarding and never monotonous.