If you can’t come to us, Hello English will come to you - at a convenient time and place -wherever you are in the world! We do this by using the latest online course technology and offering you face-to-face tuition, online teaching modules and collaborative digital teaching. You probably know about WhatsApp, Skype or FaceTime, but we also use Zoom, Moodle and other interactive applications so that we can help you learn, wherever you are.
Check out our website, FB page and click the link. Telephone or text us, if you want; we are always happy to hear from you. Let us know what you need: ask about prices, free downloads and availability.
Agree a time and a programme that suits you best, then book your first class. You will need to pay in advance - but we accept Online Bank Transfer and PayPal payments, so that is very easy.
Start learning and improving your English, using our range of online resources. Some of these are free and others - like 1-to-1 tuition - you will need to pay for.
1. What classes can I take online? We teach all our usual English and EFL classes online. That means that you can take our ‘Speak Up’ Conversation and GEC (General English Course) classes, as well as all the IELTS and Cambridge exam preparation programmes (including Cambridge First Certificate in English and Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English). Plus, we teach for your GCSE, A-level, IGCSE and IB classes via online distance learning as well.
2. How much does it cost? Your face-to-face online English lessons cost the same, but you save on the cost of travel or homestay, if you work online. Generally, though, we are more focused in our online teaching and work more efficiently, so you will probably find that it works out cheaper overall.
3. How do I pay? Once we have agreed your programme ‘bundle’ - usually 5 hours to start with - you simply pay the required amount into our bank or PayPal and then we are ready to go!
When Rajendra - a bright 16 year old from New Delhi - contacted me for help with her IGCSE English, I was a little surprised, as I had rarely used Skype for teaching. The classes went well. Rajendra's family paid £100 by bank transfer for a series of 30-minute lessons. She sent essays by email, which we then discussed in class. She was a great student, who did exceptionally well in her exams. As a result, I became a convert to teaching online English lessons based in the UK through distance learning.
So, if you have difficulty coming to us in the UK, why not - like Rajendra - let us come to you...online?JOIN HELLO ENGLISH