Meet the Staff
There are lots of friendly faces here at Lincoln Study Centre! You will certainly meet several of the teachers when you study with us. Our teachers have many years of experience teaching English all over the world. They have one thing in common and that is that they are passionate and enthusiastic about their subject. They all find their own way of making their lessons interesting and informative and are always there to help and support you.
Welcome! I’m Sheren and I’m the business owner of Lincoln Study Centre. I’ve assisted overseas students for over 12 years and love seeing them develop in ability and confidence. I’m here to ensure that you have an enjoyable time here in Lincoln and that you receive a first class, professional service from Lincoln Study Centre.
Hello! I am Alison. I have been teaching English for the past 20 years mainly in France but also in Finland and Malaysia. I started by studying Business Studies and Finance and then I went into teaching Business English in companies abroad. After many years traveling I am now back in Lincoln and working for the Lincoln Study Centre! I love teaching and I always try to make my lessons as interesting and as fun as possible.
Hello, I’m Tim. I have taught English to a wide range of learners from business executives to students and at all levels from beginner to proficiency. I’ve recently taught in Vimercate, Italy. Tim ” width=”300″ height=”260″ />
Hello, I’m Tim. I have taught English to a wide range of learners from business executives to students and at all levels from beginner to proficiency.
I’ve recently taught in Vimercate, Italy.
Hello my name is Amy and I’m a recently qualified CELTA teacher. I previously taught the beginner’s classes but now I assist with events and activities when I can. I like to inject a bit of humour into class and strongly believe that laughter helps us learn.
“Hello, I’m Rebecca. I am currently teaching the Beginners class on Wednesday mornings and I teach on some of the summer school programmes too. I love the cultural exchange that comes with English language teaching. It’s fun to learn about other cultures and share information about UK life and culture with my students.”