Tailored Learning for every level: Whether you’re a beginner taking your first steps or an advanced learner looking to refine your skills, our comprehensive curriculum covers all aspects of language learning.  

Charting your course: As every student is unique, with distinct strengths, learning preferences and individual goals, our initial step involves engaging in a conversation with you and conducting an initial assessment. This process enables us to work together in designing a tailored learning plan based on your specific needs and objectives, we are able to do this as all your lessons are one-to-one with your dedicated tutor.

Learning English is a diverse journey, with students pursuing language skills for a range of purposes. Some aim for complete conversational fluency, whether for socialising or business interactions. Others have specific goals such as passing the UK driving theory test, planning a UK holiday, preparing for a job interview, mastering email and letter writing etiquettes, or addressing ad-hoc needs like understanding health questionnaires or job applications. Proficiency levels and learning paces vary, making it impractical to set a fixed number of lessons for each course – flexibility is the key.

Whether students prefer to take lessons one at a time or pre-book a series, we accommodate individual preferences. Details are discussed during the initial assessment, ensuring a tailored approach to meet your unique English language goals.

Please see below some information that may help you think about the English skills you wish to gain. 

English Essentials for Beginners

  • Understanding the English alphabet and pronunciation
  • Greetings, introductions, and polite expressions
  • Basic vocabulary for numbers, colours, and everyday objects
  • Expressing likes, dislikes, and preferences
  • Describing daily routines and activities
  • Vocabulary for telling time, days of the week, and months
  • Engaging in short conversations about family, hobbies, and interests
  • Expressing basic needs and making requests
  • Writing simple messages and notes in English

Mastering English Conversations

  • Intermediate
  • Basics of pronunciation, greetings, and introductions
  • Essential vocabulary for common topics
  • Engaging in small talk and casual conversations
  • Discussing daily routines, hobbies and interests
  • Role-playing scenarios for ordering food, shopping and more
  • Exploring transportation and giving directions
  • Interacting at the doctor’s office or pharmacy
  • Writing emails and messages with practical language
  • Sharing opinions on current events and issues
  • Describing experiences, preferences and making suggestions
  • Vocabulary for workplace interactions and meetings

Completing Application Forms

  • Job applications
  • Health questionnaires
  • Driving licence application etc
  • Understanding the questions and the appropriate wording for answers

English For Travellers to the UK

  • Basic greetings and introductions
  • Ordering food and drinks at restaurants
  • Engaging in small talk with locals
  • Asking for directions and understanding street signs
  • Booking accommodations and interacting with hotel staff
  • Vocabulary for shopping, public transport, and attractions
  • Cultural etiquette and polite expressions

Numbers and Quantities

  • Numbers and basic maths terminology
  • Currency
  • Common units used for measurements
  • Colloquial terminology related to numbers and quantities

Studying for the UK Driving Theory Test

  • Understanding the driving test syllabus terminology
  • Verbs related to driving / common terms
  • Understanding the units or speed and distance
  • Driving conditions (weather)
  • Question practice

Accent Reduction and Pronunciation

  • common pronunciation challenges for non-native speakers
  • Practice exercises for individual vowel and consonant sounds
  • Emphasis on stress patterns, pitch and rhythm in speech
  • Practicing rising and falling intonation for different sentence types
  • Focus on tricky consonant clusters and word endings
  • Sentence-level exercises to reinforce correct articulation
  • Blending sounds smoothly in connected speech
  • Developing fluidity in conversations

Understanding Correspondence

  • Understanding official letters or emails
  • Understanding official agreements, e.g. rental agreements

English Grammar Rules

  • Parts of speech and sentence structure
  • Noun and verb agreement
  • Tenses and verb conjugations
  • Correct use of punctuation marks
  • Complex sentence structures
  • Crafting well-structured paragraphs

Interview Preparation

  • Common interview questions and answers
  • Interview etiquettes
  • Interview Role Play

Colloquial English

  • What is it and why is it important?
  • Various examples and practice