Keith R


Keith R

I am a teacher with over 40 years of teaching. I have taught students in Germany, Hong Kong and Italy as well as in the UK. I specialise in teaching business English as I know the banking industry but I am also very happy to teach general English. I speak German and Italian. Having retired from teaching in schools, businesses and colleges, home stay teaching enables me to continue teaching English which I so enjoy and to meet interesting people from different countries from all over the world.

No pets at home Private bathroom available Wifi available at home
No pets at home Private bathroom WiFi available

Location information

Location: East Dulwich, London | View a map of this location

London airport(s) with transfers cost: 

Gatwick (LGW) £120

Heathrow (LHR) £140

Nearest railway station: Honor Oak Park

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Academic information

I have a certificate in teaching English as a foreign language. I have a Cert Ed in Physical Education and Mathematics.

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 Family information

I live with my wife, Christine, who is originally from Germany. Christine was also an English teacher although she is now retired. I love to play golf in my spare time and I am a member of the local golf club. I also enjoy playing tennis; gardening; going to the theatre; and cooking for friends. I have an interest in economics and world politics.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

My home is in the London suburb of East Dulwich. The house is a bungalow with a large garden which can be enjoyed when the weather is nice. The student room is well equipped with a double bed, a wardrobe, a desk for private study and an ensuite bathroom There is a bus every 20 minutes which goes into central London.

About the local area

East Dulwich has several shops, a couple of restaurants, a post office, chemist and a few pubs. There is a large park near Keith’s house if you like to enjoy a walk or a jog. Dulwich town centre is 10 minutes away by bus where there are more amenities. Locally, you will find the Dulwich Picture Gallery, which has one of the best collections in the world of 17th and 18th European art, and the Horniman Museum. The museum has 6,500 objects covering Natural History, Anthropology and Musical Instruments, as well as lovely gardens and an aquarium. East Dulwich is an excellent base from which to explore the sights and attractions of central London.

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