Hi, my name is Hannah and I'm currently a Spanish and English Literature undergraduate at Lancaster University, a top 10 UK University. I have experience teaching English as a foreign language and tutoring GCSE and A Level students. I am more than happy to tutor English Literature up to A level or Spanish to AS level. I can also tutor primary education for all subjects having worked in a primary school as a teaching assistant for 6 months. I can be of help to those wishing to learn English as a foreign language up to B1 (CEFr).
I'm friendly, approachable and chatty and have experience working with children of all nationalities as an English language assistant in a foreign language summer school, teaching children ages 7-12 with their grammar, writing skills, listening and oral skills. In this position, I was also responsible for engaging all students, so I am able to make the subject of choice interesting to any student, whether they be a natural extrovert or an introvert.
I studied English Literature, Spanish and History at A level, achieving A star, A, A respectively, and achieved 9 A stars and 3 As, including Maths, History and Science at GCSE.
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