Spanish & French Lessons in Fylde


Live or work in Fylde? Learning French or Spanish as part of a group can have a big effect on your progress – and the cost!

Learn Spanish or French on the Fylde Coast as part of a group and you build confidence together and help each other learn. It’s a great way for friends or work colleagues to pick up the language skills that could help you in your job or prepare you for your next holiday together. Often, the groups that learn French or Spanish together with me do it because they’re committed to seeking out new challenges – or because learning a language is something they simply want to cross off the ‘to-do’ list.

With discounts for group bookings and our popular ‘learn at lunch’ sessions (where I come to your workplace), learning has never been more convenient.

Discounts for couples and groups
Girl reading her French exercise book


With 1:1 private French or Spanish tuition in Fylde, you’ll make faster progress.

You’re planning a holiday. You’re thinking of living abroad. You’re about to start working overseas. When you need to pick up French or Spanish quickly, intensive 1:1 tuition helps you get results fast, because I can tailor what we cover and how we cover it to your needs and learning style.


Take Spanish or French lessons in Fylde with me, and apply what you learn worldwide.

Just because you’re not planning a trip to France or Spain anytime soon, doesn’t mean you can’t put what you’ve learned into practice.

French is spoken in Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg. In Canada, it’s the language of Quebec Province. It’s spoken widely across Africa and the Caribbean. In fact, French is the official language of 29 countries and is widely spoken in dozens more.

Spanish is the predominant language of Central and South America (spoken across Argentina, Peru, Paraguay. Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and more) and it’s the first language of around 41 million Americans.

Young girl learning Spanish with her dad
Family learning French together at table


Language learning with someone who’s lived and worked in France and Spain.

Tuition is best when it comes from experience, not simply study. So in addition to the following qualifications, certifications and memberships:

  • BA (Hons) in European Business Administration & Languages
  • CTLLS (Certificate in Teaching in the Life-Long Learning Sector
  • Trinity Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Trinity CertTESOL)
  • Member of the Institute of Linguists

…You might also want to know that I spent 9 years living in Paris, and I’ve also lived and worked in Madrid and Murcia.