Julie S

Central England

Julie S

I like to make my lessons enjoyable and memorable and use sense of humour to help students relax and learn. As well as general English and language with culture I teach business and academic English and can prepare students for examinations. I have taught in local universities and colleges for many years. Before becoming a teacher, I had a hospital career in health information management in Australia, the UK and Germany.

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Location information

Location: Middlewich, Cheshire | View a map of this location

Nearest airport(s): Liverpool (LGW) 90 minutes and Manchester

Nearest railway station: Crewe

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Academic information

I have a post-graduate Diploma in TESOL and the RSA Certificate to Teach English as a Foreign Language. My first degree is in Business Studies. I also hold an MA in History, Archaeology & Heritage and a PGCE in post-compulsory education & training. I speak French, Italian, some German and I plan to study Dutch soon.

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Family information

My interests include art, culture, travel, cookery, country walking. I am a published writer. I am married to Mark, an IT Consultant running his own company in healthcare computing. He enjoys motorsport and photography. Our two grown up daughters now live in London where one is a lawyer and the other is a teacher of dance and drama.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

I live in Middlewich in a detached, four bedroom house with gardens. You will have use of a private bathroom during your stay. We have two cats.

About the local area

Middlewich is a small town with a long history in the heart of the county of Cheshire. It is known for its scenic heritage waterways and colourful canal boats. Many stately homes and gardens are near. The big cities of Manchester and Liverpool are easily accessible. Historic Chester, one of the most visited places in England, is 30 minutes away. You will find a 900 year-old cathedral, medieval timbered buildings, Roman amphitheatre, and complete city walls. Both Chester and nearby Nantwich have very good eating, shopping and attractions.


Excursions available with this teacher

Liverpool Waterfront – Visit the world-famous attractions of Liverpool and the river Mersey with its boats, docks, museums, art galleries, restaurants and many souvenirs. Shopping is wonderful at the huge Liverpool One centre. The very popular Beatles Museum is possible too at an extra charge.

Cost: Free

Chester, County Capital – Here is a busy city which is not too big but has plenty of interest from beautiful cathedral, architecture and its famous city walls to shops, cafes, museums, restaurants  and even a traditional Town Crier to shout out his announcements. You might even meet a Roman soldier in uniform!

Cost: Free

Nantwich Market Town – This historic market town is only 20 minutes away. Typical Cheshire black-and-white buildings date from the 16th century and are still well used as cafes, shops and bookstores. Nantwich is fairly small but has room for a large and beautiful church, a local museum, a bustling market and many public activities. And a visit to Snugbury’s Dairy Farm for their home-made ice-cream is popular all year round.

Cost: Free

Cheshire Waterways – This area is known for its scenic rivers, canals and narrowboats. We are a two-minute walk away from interesting and historic waterside walks. The famous Anderton Boat Lift can also be visited and this is where boats are raised and lowered between river and canal – amazing heritage engineering. Maybe we can board one of these tiny houseboats or chat to the boaters.

Cost: £17

Manchester City Centre – A trip to this famous city is popular for its modern shopping, waterfront and cultural quarters. Lots to see in a day and only a train ride away. Especially popular is the Museum of Science and Industry, located on the site of the world’s first railway station.

Cost: £12