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London House Staff

London House prides itself on its friendly English teachers and staff. All our teachers have a minimum of a Cambridge Certificate (CELTA) or Trinity Certificate (TESOL), some have a Cambridge Diploma (DELTA). Some teachers are also examiners and assessors for Cambridge Assessment. In the summer we also have teachers with QTS qualifications which is a required qualification standard for teaching in English schools in England.

LHSE Staff

 

Management Team
Principal / Director of Studies: Liz Shrubsall MA TEFL
Assistant Director of Studies: Carmen Kelly BA Hons PGCE CELTA
Welfare & Admin: Jianing Li Martine MBA BSc Nursing
Administration: Galia Freeman MA TEFL
Social Co-ordinator: Tim Guest BA Hons cert TESOL

 

Our English teachers are enthusiastic about teaching English and try to use as many different teaching methods as they can to make your English learning experience fun and varied. They keep up-to-date with modern English Language teaching techniques by attending courses and in-house workshops.

London House is commited to maintaining and improving standards both in and out of the classroom. Training and development is a continuous process, which the management and all staff take part in. In particular, our teachers are actively encouraged to update their own skills enabling them to develop professionally and personally.

Administration & Welfare

London School of English has a great reputation for the caring way we look after and support our students. Our administration and welfare staff are available for students and group leaders and will answer any questions involving their booking and their stay.

Our Social Organiser and his team prepare interesting activities and trips throughout the year. We have a good reputation for providing a varied social programme for our students, both within our English school and externally.

Our dedicated and caring members of staff are always ready to help, no matter how big or small the problem.

 


 

Staff Selection

When it comes to student welfare, nothing is more important than making sure our staff meet the highest standards. We carefully recruit and continuously monitor staff to ensure best practice is always carried out.

Recruitment: before employment

Training: All staff must attend an induction that includes:

On-going training:

Monitoring: Teaching staff are regularly monitored through:

For a full description of our student welfare policy click here

 

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