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  • Colin Austin Ipplepen, TQ12 Gold Member

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    I worked as a theatre & creative arts professional for many years before qualifying as a teacher. I believe that a basic grounding in communication and creative thinking techniques and strategies holds well in all situations. I offer these to all.
  • Laura Turinetto Wimbledon, SW19 Gold Member

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    I run a school of languages "ItalianOggi" and I am a qualified and experienced Italian teacher with Ditals certificate (certificate to teach Italian as a foreign language). My students improve their languages learning different skills.
  • Cathal Thomas Cleary Finsbury Park, N4 Gold Member

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    For the last six years I have been working professionally as a theatre director at the most celebrated and successful theatres in London including the National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Young Vic, Old Vic and on the West End
  • Lucienne Sharpe Bognor Regis, PO22 Gold Member

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    I have been teaching for forty years and was named Exemplary Teacher. I have been a Head of Performing Arts and Head of Art My expertise is in gaining the best from each pupil . To be confident is the key to success.
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