Annie, Ivica and Sarah are the English teachers from Ireland. They are multilingual, between them they speak English, Irish, Croatian, Italian, German, Spanish and they are learning Basque.
Since 2002 Annie has worked teaching English to people of all ages and levels in the Basque Country, Italy and Ireland.
Years of teaching English in private and public colleges and in a top university in Europe, UCD has given her great experience.
She enjoys teaching English to young kids, teenagers, college students, adults and professionals alike.
She helps English students from Pasaia, Gros, Errenteria, Hondarribia, Irún, Lezo y Donosti improve their English, conversation skills and prepare for exams.
Some of her past students have been other English teachers, salespeople, Doctors, chefs, au-pairs, athletes, workers, waiters, surgeons, dentists, shop assistants, flight attendants, chemists, businessmen and women, engineers, nuns, receptionists, scientists and lots more!
Ivica spent 15 years living in Dublin. He completed his university studies there . He was working in large multinational high-tech companies before moving to Pasaia.
Since 2014 he has been teaching English to students of all ages in Hernani, Oiartzun, Errentería, El Antiguo, Miramón and San Pedro. He has a lot of experience teaching both children and adults. He also has vast experience of in house corporate training for many different business leaders in their various industries throughout Gipuzkoa. We also offer training in companies or in our centre in San Pedro.
Annie and Ivica enjoy hiking in the mountains and spending time in the sea. Basque gastronomy is thoroughly enjoyed by them too!
Sarah is another great teacher from the Midlands in Ireland. Since 2009 she has been teaching English, Irish and German in Irish secondary schools and in academies in Ireland, Germany, Switzerland and Guatemala and now in San Pedro!
She is highly qualified and she likes to sing in a choir and play the guitar. What she most enjoys in the Basque Country is the atmosphere and the views, and what she least enjoys, both in Ireland and here, is fish!!