Home English Tuition

Home English tuition

The most effective and quickest way to learn English is to fully immerse yourself in the language and the culture. London Homestays proudly specialise in intensive one-to-one courses, where you will live and study in your teacher’s home.

By living with your teacher you are able to converse with them, not only when studying but also socially, perhaps over a cup of coffee or a meal. It will also mean that you get to know your teacher very well, enabling them to create a bespoke course for you, focusing on exactly what you want to, from improving weak areas of grammar to specially tailoring lessons, so that they are on subjects that you want to learn.

Living and studying a personalised programme can make your process much easier, allowing you to develop your speaking, reading and writing skills very quickly. Whether you are a beginner and want to quickly improve your basic English, or a higher level student and need to study intensively for business or an exam, London Homestays Home English tuition could be perfect for you.

If you are qualified to teach English to students (TEFL or CELTA qualified), live in London and and are interested in hosting students in your home while providing English tuition, please follow this link to submit your application.

Home English tuition rates per week

Self Catering / Bed & Breakfast Half Board Full Board
Hours per week Single Twin/Double Single Twin/Double Single Twin/Double
15 £510.00 £410.00 £540.00 £440.00 £570.00 £470.00
20 £610.00 £510.00 £640.00 £540.00 £670.00 £570.00
25 £710.00 £610.00 £740.00 £640.00 £770.00 £670.00
  • Please note that a twin room can only be shared by two students travelling together. For safety reasons, we do not allow students to share a bedroom with a stranger.

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