Nicole A

Central England

Nicole A

I am a teacher of English as a foreign language. I have taught in Sweden, Canada and France. As well as teaching general English, I prepare students for examinations. I make sure my lessons are enjoyable and interesting but also structured around each student’s goals. Before I became an English teacher I worked in training and personnel roles for an international retailer.

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

Location information

Location: Letchworth, Hertfordshire | View a map of this location

Nearest airport(s): Luton (LTN) 30 minutes and Stanstead (STN) 60 minutes

Nearest railway station: Letchworth

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Academic information

I have the TrinityTESOL to teach English as a foreign language. I have a degree in French and theatre studies. I am a graduate of the Institute of Personnel Management.

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 Family information

I have two daughters (dates of birth: 1995 and 1998). They both enjoy dancing, ballet, singing and playing musical instruments. I am interested in cooking, travelling and yoga. I participate in amateur dramatics and like music. I have a piano and guitars. I am also involved with local youth groups.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

I live in a large modern detached house in a residential area. There is a garden.
Letchworth is in the county of Hertfordshire, north of London. The town’s full name is Letchworth Garden City and it is the world’s first garden city, founded in 1903.

About the local area

Architecturally, Letchworth is very interesting and you will find buildings in the Arts and Crafts style through to Art Deco. The town has good shops, restaurants, an art deco four-screen cinema, two museums, an arts centre and farmers’ markets. There are sports centres, golf courses and an outdoor pool in summer. In the countryside you can go walking or cycling or riding. Audley End House and Gardens and Hatfield House are interesting local stately homes to explore. We can also visit the Warner Bros. studios where the Harry Potter films were shot and Lee Valley White Water Centre which was a London 2012 venue. It is only 40 minutes by train to Cambridge, home to one of the most famous universities in the world. It offers art galleries, markets and punting on the river Cam amongst many things. The ancient city of St Albans has the oldest cathedral in England (1,700 years old), medieval architecture and the remains of a Roman city. You can also visit London for the day by train.

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