Croydon. A large town in the south of London, Croydon holds its own when it comes to attracting tourists and newcomers due to its energetic shopping scene and strategic position between central London and the seaside. The city is a major business district and a lower cost of living makes it a popular residential destination for families from Asia and Eastern Europe. With nearly a third of the town made up of residents born outside of the UK, Croydon is a mélange of different languages that continues to grow everyday.
Whether you want to learn a foreign language to communicate more effectively with family and friends or to qualify for a better job, you will recognize the benefits of being bi- or multilingual immediately. Meet a native, qualified tutor in your area; ready to help you build a tailor-made course programme based on your learning goals and schedule. Send us an enquiry for information about language packages in your area and take one of our free online language level tests to see how good your foreign language skills are!
Interesting Language Facts
Europe boasts about 225 indigenous languages.
Bilingual children do better in school than monolinguals.
Bilingualism promotes cognitive functioning.
Some of our Language Teachers in Croydon
Lucile is a native French teacher who was born and raised in France. She has taught both French and English to learners for over 7 years. Her teaching experience is varied, and has included both private students as well as children in primary schools.
Croydon's twin city is: Amhem, Netherlands
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Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”I am enjoying my classes and learning a lot as well.”French course in Croydon
”My teacher is engaged, innovative and conscientious with plenty of enthusiasm and patience whose lessons are enjoyable and productive. I am very pleased so far with the set up. I have no doubt that I shall want to continue in some suitable way when the first 15 lessons are complete.”Afrikaans course in London