Our Teachers

What makes our teachers stand out

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Native English Speakers

The best way to learn an authentic accent is by talking to a native speaker. Our teachers grew up speaking English, so your child will hear how real English speakers talk and try it out for themselves.

Certified Teachers

It’s not enough to sit a child down with a native speaker and hope they learn English. Our teachers are also certified, professional English teachers. It’s their job to teach your child the foundations of English so that your child can speak the language correctly and confidently.

Experience Teaching Young Children

Young children learn best when they’re having fun. Our teachers have years of experience working with young learners — they know how to get kids interested in English and how to keep them happy and engaged in class.

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With our 20 years’ experience, we know that children succeed in learning English when they have professional teachers and engaging lessons.

That’s why our teachers aren’t just native English speakers. They are also certified teachers who know how to make lessons enjoyable for your kids and motivate them to learn English. Our teachers’ experience helps them create a fun environment, where the children learn through the power of stories, games and songs.

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Meet some of our teachers:

“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” ― Albert Einstein

Native speakers are a given, professional teachers - a must!

This means that all our teachers are certified, native speakers, who are experts in teaching English for children. With their experience, they are able to use engaging activities to encourage your child to participate in the lesson and enjoy learning. Our teachers adapt their teaching style to each individual child; their strengths and weaknesses, giving even the shiest child confidence to speak in English.

Network Safety

At Langaroo we comply with COPPA (the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). As a parent you can manage the settings of your child’s learning environment, deciding what they can see and share while studying.