Michelle C

South England

Michelle C

I am a teacher of English language. Before I became a home stay teacher, I worked as an English teacher in secondary schools in the local area. I am a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher who really enjoys the way home stay teaching enables me to meet so many interesting people from all over the world. I take great pleasure in planning excursions to places of interest as well in planning interesting and challenging lessons.

No smoking Children at home Private bathroom available Wifi available at home
No smoking Children at home Private bathroom WiFi available

Location information

Location: Bath, Somerset | View a map of this location

Nearest airport with transfer cost: Bristol (BRS) £120

London airport(s) with transfers cost: 

Gatwick (LGW) £ 270

Heathrow (LHR) £220

Nearest railway station: Bath Spa

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Academic information

I am a secondary school teacher (PGCE) specialising in English language and literature. I have a degree in English literature and environmental science. I am also a counsellor.

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 Family information

I am married to John. John runs his own business locally. He is very keen on water-skiing and the cinema. We have two teenage sons (dates of birth: 1996 and 1999). Both boys are keen rugby players and like computing. They attend a local school. We have a dog. I like to go cycling and swimming. I am interested in the theatre and the cinema. I enjoy baking cakes, cookies and biscuits. I am an avid reader.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

I live in a detached house in a quiet residential road. One can walk into the city centre (20 minutes) or take the bus which passes nearby. There is a garden to enjoy in summer. It is nice to walk along the canal which is not far from the house.

About the local area

I live in the city of Bath which is a world heritage site. It is a lovely city in south west England and most well known for its Roman Baths and18th century architecture. There is much to do and see as the city has museums, a theatre, a cinema as well as good shops and restaurants. There is a leisure centre with a swimming pool and gym and tennis courts are located not far from the house. One can go cycling along the canal and enjoy the city parks. The city has a rugby team which plays in the national league. It is a short journey to the nearby city of Bristol which has a range of amusements and and places of historical interest to visit. It is possible to make a day trip by train to London to see all the attractions.


Excursions available with this teacher

Bath Architecture afternoon trip – A walk around Bath stopping at some of the famous architectural highlights of the city including the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Pulteney Bridge and the Abbey.

Cost: Free

Holbourne Museum and canal walk – A walk along the canal taking in the quiet tranquillity of this region of Bath with the bridges and barges stopping at the Holbourne museum for coffee.

Cost: Free

Shopping trip to Bath – Bath is famous for its combination of independent boutiques as well as its more obvious high street shops. People from all over the South West visit Bath to experience the shops.

Cost: Free

Stonehenge – An exciting trip to experience some of the history of England at the world-famous Stonehenge in Wiltshire.

Cost: £45

The Roman Baths – A trip to Bath wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Roman Baths; one of the most popular museum attractions in the UK with nearly a million visitors every year. The audio tour is available in English and many other languages.

Cost: £16