Miti A


Miti A

Miti is an  EFL teacher who holds the Cambridge CELTA in addition to an upper second class degree in Politics and International Relations and a post-graduate degree in journalism. Miti’s core profession is as a business communication specialist to FTSE100 companies, global organisations, and small and medium sized businesses (SME’s). In this capacity, she has many years’ experience in teaching, training and coaching effective communication skills which naturally includes teaching the English Language. She was also a television journalist, reporter, producer and director for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. She has her own business communication consultancy. She can teach Business English, Business Communication English and General English. Miti has additional skills and an interest in the arts, theatre, drama and music. She trained as a professional actor for a year.

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

Location information

Location: Richmond, London | View a map of this location

London airport(s) with transfers cost: 

Heathrow (LHR) £100

Gatwick (LGW) £140

Nearest railway station: Richmond

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Academic information

Miti has a great passion for teaching English to international students. She has led programmes for diverse age groups spanning young learners, teenagers and adults. She has been a homestay host to foreign students since spring 2013. Miti is currently creating and writing communication skills courses to teach, train and coach others. She is a published author on this subject.

  • Business: English and Business Communication Teacher/Trainer to a variety of European businesses including Cap Gemini, UBS, AXA, Telflex (owners of Roche).
  • School: Anglophiles Academic, Position: English Language Tutor,
  • School: International House, Position: English Language Tutor (teaching as part of assessed CELTA training)

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 Family information

Miti really enjoys the theatre and cinema and going to concerts. She likes listening to music and she is an avid reader. Miti keeps fit by walking regularly in nearby parks which are minutes from her home. She is interested in nature and travelling is another great interest. She once took a year off to go around the world.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

Richmond is a very attractive part of London. Home is a four bedroom, terraced house. It is located on a quiet residential road, a few minutes from the local shops, restaurants, bars, pubs, theatres and a variety of other amenities. You can walk to Richmond Park which is the largest of London’s Royal Parks. Within the 1,000 hectares you will find grasslands, hills, woodlands, gardens, ponds and ancient trees as well as 650 roaming deer. The other local park is Kew Gardens, home of the Royal Botanical Gardens and a dating from 1759.

The guest accommodation is a large, fully-furnished bright and airy double room on the first floor. It has plenty  of  storage space including a large wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside table with a bedside lamp. There is a private bathroom which is available for students for an additional charge.

There is additional guest accommodation. This is also a large, fully-furnished double room on the second floor in the loft of the house. The double bedroom has plenty of shelf and storage space, wardrobe, chest of drawers and an en-suite bathroom which is available for students for an additional charge.

About the local area

Richmond is a great base for a visit to London, with regular trains taking just 20 minutes into central London.  Richmond is also close to other picturesque towns located on the River Thames. It is lovely to go for walks along the river. There are many places of historical interest in the vicinity such as Ham House, Pembroke Lodge and Hampton Court Palace. Hampton Court dates from the 15th century and there is a maze and the chocolate kitchens. There are lots of shopping opportunities in Richmond itself as well as nearby Kingston Upon Thames. The pretty town of Windsor is nearby. It has interesting shops and the castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world (dating from the 11th century). The train and underground station is a convenient five-minute walk  from  the house.


Excursions available with this teacher

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank and River Thames London tour – Guided tour of the famous London cultural arts quarter known as the Southbank along the River Thames with spectacular views of London. Tour around the arts centres including the Royal Festival Hall, National Theatre, British Film Institute, Hayward Gallery and Queen Elizabeth Purcell Hall followed by a walk to the London Eye set against the scenic back drop of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

Cost: Free

Richmond Park and Pembroke Lodge visits walking, deer spotting and taking tea – Walking in world famous Richmond Park. Enjoy deer spotting the herd of red and fallow deer which roam freely. Enjoy the sheer beauty of nature in all its forms from ancient trees to rare beetles, from the profusion of flowers and  shrubs to squirrels, a wide range of birds and other wildlife. Visit to Pembroke Lodge for tea with stunning views of Petersham and wonderful views everywhere!

Cost: Free

Covent Garden, London sight- seeing trip – Visit to Covent Garden, home to the famous piazza with an eclectic mix of lively street performance arts, markets, shops, restaurants and wine bars. Visit famous English flagship teashop ‘Whittard of Chelsea’ with its delightful range of English teas. Walk around Neal’s Yard famous for its complimentary health remedies. Stroll down Trafalgar Square and the Strand where theatre land continues.

Cost: Free

Richmond town centre and River Thames in Richmond waterfront trip – Sight-seeing trip of the Richmond area including the town centre with its extensive range of shops, bars and café’s followed by a walk along the River Thames waterfront with its picturesque views of boats, canoes and ancient trees set against the scenic backdrop of Richmond Bridge. Followed by a drink in the Shaftesbury pub.

Cost: Free

South Kensington, London sight-seeing trip – A sight-seeing trip to a lovely and unique part of London. Walk around the area with its bars, café’s and museums. Visit the Victoria and Albert Museum, walk to the Royal Albert Hall and then to Kensington Palace Gardens. See other landmarks such as Imperial College London and the Natural History Museum. Learn about the history of ‘South Ken’ in recent times.

Cost: Free

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