3 May 2022 Sam P
18 September 2020 Owain W

How did you get in to Teaching Languages? Owain discovered his love of languages as an adult. He enjoyed French at school but didn’t quite see the point of it. He started Spanish at the age of 15 and later became fluent after living for 15 years in Spain. He has also studied German and… Read More

17 September 2020 Susie P

How did you get into teaching languages? My love of languages and literature were first combined when I worked as a volunteer at a school in Colombia where I taught English as a foreign language for children and literacy for adults. This rewarding first experience as a young teacher led me to complete my CELTA… Read More

11 April 2020 Fergus the Juggler

Hello! My name is Fergus and I am juggling teacher from England. I have juggled for over 20 years and can keep up to 6 objects in the air 🙂 Juggling is extremely fun, creative and scientifically proven to reduce stress and increase brain power! I will be running a fluid and dynamic juggling workshop for all abilities… Read More

4 April 2020 Desta

Desta has over 15 years of international experience as a language teacher, professional musician and intercultural trainer. She makes learning fun, creative & inclusive. She will be teaching English, French and Portuguese.  

3 April 2020 Mike

Mike lives and breathes languages and he has been studying languages since the age of 7.  He started with French, and then Spanish, and then took up Arabic as a teenager.  He now teaches full-time online and in-person English and Spanish to adults and children. Here are some of the reasons why he is so… Read More

3 April 2020 Hayley

Hayley has worked for L&E since 2017 as the Head of Creative and Head of the Performing Arts Programme at World Camp UK.  She has worked as a dance teacher across Scotland for over 15 years including Dance Base; Scotland’s National Centre for Dance, Movement Lecturer for Glasgow Clyde College, Project Manager with Active Schools and… Read More

3 April 2020 Otis

Otis Tabasenge, based in London, was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and picked up the guitar at the age of 8. He was taught by Gaby Diomi, a Congolese guitar master with an international reputation. Gaby was to become a father figure for Otis teaching him the traditional styles of Rumba and Soukous…. Read More

20 January 2020 Krissi

What did you want to be when you grew up? A midwife ? Favourite place to travel? Scotland! Favourite L&E World Camp activity? Definitely any of the adventure activities. Camp fire cooking is excellent! Favourite L&E memory? There are lots of great memories to choose from but one that sticks out is when we had an impromptu… Read More

20 January 2020 Iona H

What did you want to be when you grew up? Happy! Favourite L&E activity? Sport Favourite L&E memory? Chatting about silly stuff with kids Best thing about L&E? Seeing the kids make friends and be happy together (away from phones) Fun fact about yourself! I often choose to eat cereal for dinner ?