Poulton Spanish & French Lessons


Learn Spanish and French in Poulton.

There’s lots of technology that can help you learn languages – I’d certainly recommend some apps as a way of building vocab or testing yourself. But when you’re starting out with a language, there’s really no substitute for working with someone who can adapt the learning to suit you, and who can ensure you’ve understood an element before moving on.

Learn French or Spanish in Poulton with me, and you get friendly, expert tuition that moves at your pace.

Discounts for couples and groups
Girl reading her French exercise book


Social or solo? However you prefer to learn French or Spanish in Poulton, I’ll work in a way that suits your learning style – and your budget.

Everyone learns differently. For some, the opportunity to bounce off others embeds learning quicker and makes it more fun. For others, solo learning is the way to go. Whatever your preferred learning style I’ll work with you.

Visit me in Blackpool, or ask me to come to your workplace for a ‘learning at lunch’ session. Learn 1:1 and you’ll find every part of the course calibrated to your level, progress and learning style. Learn as a group and you’ll save with group rates.


Whatever stage you’re at in life, private French or Spanish tuition in Poulton can have a profound impact.

There’s no one ‘type’ of learner I work with. Some are young children, whose parents want them to master French or Spanish whilst still getting to grips with English – because they know the difference being bilingual can make to their lives.

Some are GCSE or A level students seeking help to prepare them for exams. Some need to learn a language because they are about to start travelling with work.

And some just love learning, or they want a meaningful activity for the group to tackle, or perhaps learning Spanish is simply something to tick off the ‘bucket list’.

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


I may be teaching Spanish and French in Poulton, but I’ve lived and worked in France and Spain for years.

That makes a big difference to the way I teach, because it means what you learn isn’t dry and academic. It’s language for life – real, practical skills that can help you holiday, live or work in a more fulfilling way. I also hold:


  • 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