Marc F


London

About
Marc F


Marc worked in Central London for 15 years in a variety of finance jobs including fund management and ran a hedge fund for 2 years. After qualifying as an English teacher, Marc worked in a further education college helping non-English students, as well as teaching privately on an individual basis. In addition to teaching English Marc is also an experienced driving instructor.

No smoking Children at home No pets at home Wifi available at home
No smoking Children at home No pets WiFi available

Location information

Location: Palmers Green, London | View a map of this location

Nearest airport with transfer cost: Heathrow (LHR) £100

London airport(s) with transfers cost: 

Gatwick (LGW) £160

Heathrow (LHR) £140

Nearest railway station: Palmers Green

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Academic information

Trinity College London Certificate in teaching English

City and Guilds Teaching Practice stage one

Approved Driving Instructor Grade 5

Courses taught

 Family information


Marc lives in a very active family and they go to the gym several times a week. Marc has a son (born 2003) called Eren. They play tennis, go ice skating at the nearby Alexandra Palace rink, swim, and do Tae Kwando. Both Eren and Marc support Tottenham Hotspur and go to the matches whenever possible. Nilgun is involved with a Turkish school, teaching Turkish to English students on a voluntary basis. Eren is also fluent in Turkish.

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About the teacher’s accommodation


Marc, his wife and his son live in a 4-bedroom house.

About the local area


Marc lives in Palmers Green in North London. Palmers Green is a quiet suburb of North London. Palmer’s Green rail station is a 10 minute walk from Marc’s home and has a direct train into Kings Cross and Moorgate. We are only a short distance from Arnos Grove underground station on the Picadilly line from where you can catch a train to Leicester Square or Picadilly Circus.Palmers Green is very near to Alexandra Palace , which offers the best panoramic views of London.

 

Excursions you can take with your teacher

R.A.F. Museum Hendon – A fascinating free museum chronicling the history of flight and The Royal Air Force. rafmuseum.org.uk

Cost: Free

Other London museums and galleries – One of the great things about London is the large number of free museums and galleries which rank among the best in the world. There are too many to mention in full but just a few are: The Natural History Museum, The Museum of London, The Science Museum, The National Gallery and The British Museum.

Cost: Free

A tour of Wembley Stadium – A chance to visit and learn about Wembley , the premier sporting venue in the country. This trip has proved very popular with visitors who love their football!

Cost: £20

Alexandra Palace – Probably the place that offers you the best views across London and set within 196 acres of beautiful parkland. A piece of tranquillity set in the bustling heart of North London.

Open top bus sightseeing tour of London / Thames river boat sightseeing tour – For visitors who wish to see the sights of London these two trips can be done separately or combined. They are both very enjoyable and informative and take in all the major landmarks in central London. For those who don’t mind walking, a very popular way to spend a day is to catch a train into central London and spend a day walking round . Many  of the most famous landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, The Houses of Parliament, Horse Guard’s Parade, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey are quite close to each other easily viewed in one day.

Cost £40