“Due to the current status of English as a global language of science, technology, and international relations, many countries around the world consider the teaching of English a major educational priority” (Crystal 1997; McKay 2000).

Unfortunately the sad reality is that too many students are leaving school without the necessary communication skills in English to enter the global workforce.

I’ve found a way to change this…

Let’s talk…

Being a teenager is not always easy.

Learning a new language is not always easy.

Imagine being a teenager learning a new language!

The reality…

I’ve been teaching English to teenagers for more than 20 years. It’s a roller coaster ride…

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Motivation
  • Self-confidence
  • Prioritising/Organising
  • Meeting academic expectations

These are all things teens struggle with on a daily basis which can have a negative impact on learning.

Neurolanguage Coaching® is an approach which focuses on managing the emotional brain to create the best conditions for learning.

The solution…

  • Personalized learning (diagnosing individual needs exploring personal interests)
  • Goal setting (identifying strengths and opportunities for improvement to set realistic bite-size goals)
  • Action setting (organising a schedule of activities to achieve goals)
  • Brain-friendly strategies to help memory and understanding
  • Regular review, feedback and evaluation (including self evaluation)
  • Strategies for keeping motivation levels high and building confidence

This holistic approach to learning a language helps students to manage stress related to language learning, build confidence, become more autonomous, develop essential skills for their future success and keep motivated to achieve their full potential in the target language.

The skills our young people learn now will have a huge impact on their future success.

Do you know a teen struggling to learn English?

Or a teen who wants to take their English to the next level?

Let’s talk