Spoken and written language - a key to effective communication

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It is our philosophy to help you identify your specific needs and to find the best way to deliver them for you. This can include:

  • Formal lessons on an individual or group basis, in UK or your country
  • Study that leads to public examinations in English such as FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS etc
  • Informal conversation time face to face or via Skype
  • Identifying where a better form of learning, such as a language school environment might be more suitable.


When Ann taught at The Leys, Cambridge during term time, during holidays she taught individuals or with other organisations such as Cambridge Programmes Ltd and CEEDS. This mix of teaching environments provided different stimulations and challenges  that fed facets across from one to the other to help keep Ann 'on her toes' educationally to the benefit of all she taught. Having now left The Leys, she can harness all her experience from these mixed environments to your benefit.


Testimonial by Anson (Hong Kong) - August 2016

 'I got an 'A' for both English Language and Literature (UK GCSE). Thank you, Ann. I couldn't have done it without you.'

Testimonial by Hyunmook (Korea) - July 2014

"Ann has a great talent and a real enthusiasm for teaching and supporting not only students from international backgrounds but whoever needs and wants to improve their spoken English as well as general study skills. I was her student and tutee at The Leys School in Cambridge and I have witnessed many cases, including myself, who have evidently experienced significant improvements in their academic work, through Ann’s advice and encouragement, and also discovered what they genuinely enjoyed for their life and now exert themselves to accomplish their goals.

Having studied here in the UK for 8 years, I have never seen anywhere outside Ann’s teaching environment where it could provide students with better teaching materials and knowhow for learning within confined resources."