English Lessons NewcastleCourse information
Are you researching English courses to see if there is a course that can help you get to the next level?
If you answered yes, then a private English teacher could be what you need. We can help by offering you private lessons with one of our highly experienced, professional English as a foreign language teachers. Take your lessons online, or at a location that suits you in Newcastle.
If your employees need help with their English we can offer in-company lessons. Find out more about our business language training options.
Hello. My name is Edward O’Neill. I’m the Director here at the UK Language Project Newcastle. We would love to help you improve your confidence speaking English!
How our English Courses Help You Improve Fast
With a private English teacher. Lessons are about your unique needs. Your unique goals. And lessons solve your unique problems. Fast!
“Lessons are very, very good!”
Eric Ayao Ito (Newcastle) – Took English lessons to help with university study
How Can Private Lessons Help You?
- Opportunity to practice English
- Feedback on Your mistakes
- Regular lessons improve confidence
Why enrol on one of our English courses?
- Experienced. Qualified Teachers
- Online Progress Reports
- Get Your Money Back if not Happy
Experienced. Qualified Teachers
Teachers all have the Cambridge CELTA teaching qualification. And more than 2 years teaching experience.
Online Progress Reporting
Stay motivated! After each lesson the teacher sends you a progress report by email. You can see how you are doing after every lesson.
Money Back if not Happy
If you are not happy with your teacher we can get another. If you want or if another teacher is not available we will give you your money back. That’s a promise.
How to Start
Good luck with your English!
Edward O’Neill taught English as a foreign language for 5 years. He started the UK Language Project to help as many people improve their language skills as possible. He taught English in Poland, Russia, Spain and the UK before starting the UK Language Project.