Oto nasza kadra. Lektorzy Szkoły Językowej - lingwiści z przygotowaniem pedagogicznym i energią do pracy z uczniami oraz pasjonaci dyscyplin sportowych. Są uzdolnieni artystycznie, dzięki czemu nasze zajęcia są takie twórcze, aktywne i wyjątkowe! Regularnie motywowani i inspirowani przez naszą zewnętrzną panią metodyk Małgosię Matysik. Na co dzień wspierani przez naszego wewnętrznego metodyka pana Marcina Kądziałko. Patronat metodyczny nad naszą szkołą objęło prestiżowe wydawnictwo PEARSON.
Working here since...2009
I like English because...it's useful - you can read books in English, watch films without subtitles or dubbing. Also, you can communicate with everybody in the whole world. In addition, it sounds nice.
My favourite English phrase is... "nothing ventured, nothing gained"
If I didn't teach English, I would...write novels and become famous
My hobbies are...sailing, swimming, reading books, playing tennis, learning foreign languages
A word or two for my students: keep calm and speak English :-)
Working here since 2012. I like English because I have been speaking it all my life, it is easy and very useful. Also, I love English for its richness and versatility. My favourite English phrase is: 'Every dog has its day'. If I didn't teach English, I would become a travel journalist or I would run my own restaurant. My hobbies are: reading, especially about British history and culture, cooking and doing different sports, especially playing tennis, volleyball, skiing and roller-skating. Also, I enjoy travelling, encountering new cultures and learning foreign languages. A word or two for my students: Believe in yourself, never say never and always keep trying.
Working here since : 2011 I like English because...it opens up numerous educational and career opportunities. Also, English is an international language, it connects people from different countries and cultures so you can make friends all over the world :) My favourite English phrase is... "don't judge a book by its cover" If I didn't teach English.... I would be a journalist or I would run an independent bookstore. My hobbies are : reading, travelling, skiing, baking for my family and friends. A word or two for my students: "You're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." - A. A. Milne
My name is Iwona. I'm a graduate of the English department of the University of Lodz. I've been teaching English for five years now. Undoubtedly, the English language is my real passion. Teaching is what I do with pleasure and dedication. Working with children provides me with a positive feedback as their progress in mastering English can be seen immediately after a few lessons. In my free time I love riding my racing bike, jogging, reading, drinking coffee with friends and shopping for clothes:)
Working here since 2000.
I like English because this language is easy, melodic, smooth, flexible, internationa, useful, and very rich (in spite of what other people might claim).
My favourite English phrase is "what doesn't kill you, makes you stronger".
If I didn't teach English, I would probably be an architect, a historian, a photographer or... I don't know.
My hobbies are rich and varied, and include rock music, concerts, art exhibitions, photography, architecture, sculpture, reading, avoiding ironing and more...
A word or two for my students: it's never too late to learn. Really.
Working here since…2006
I like English because…If I speak international language, I can talk to thousands of people from different countries. Apart from that English grammar isn't difficult and pronunciation is very melodic.
My favourite English phrase is…there are valid only those days for which we wait
If I didn’t teach English, I would be a tourist guide…
My hobbies…- travelling, sports-basketball, running, swimming, reading biographies
A word or two for my students: Hi all, I'm happy that my profession is to teach English to all ages specially young learners. I enjoy this job so much and my happiness reaches its utmost degree when I deliver a lesson and I feel it resulted in a great effect on my students. I feel that I open windows for them in their realm of education. Enjoy learning English. It's really a great fun.
Hello!I'm Ania and I started my adventure with teaching English three years ago. I'm the Warsaw University graduate (University College of English Language Teacher Eduaction). I enjoy working with children, as it gives me a lot of satisfaction and positive energy. Apart from teaching, I'm also keen on listening to music, travelling and visiting new exciting places, learnig new languages and riding my motorbike! Enjoy your time at Olton School!
Hi. I’m Szymon. I’ve been a teacher of English for more than 8 years now. Such a long time, together with a great variety of groups and course types, gave me the opportunity to gain experience and develop my own teacher’s workshop. What remains unchanged, however, is my passion for teaching, travelling and exploring mysteries of human mind - psychology and neurobiology. Combined with a more recent interest - photography – it helps me make my classes effective and fun.
Working here since… March 2013. I like English because… I love to travel. And to teach! There are so many good books and movies in English and it goes well with music, too. My favourite English phrase is… Never, never, never give up. Winston Churchill and: Yo, Ho! Haul together! Hoist the colours high! from a sea shanty known by all pirates across the Seven Seas :) If I didn’t teach English, I would… lead a children's choir, write travel guides or become a street theatre performer . My hobbies… travelling, taking photographs, learning foreign languages, talking to children, cooking with my friends. A word or two for my students: As a teacher I open the door, but you must enter by yourself.
Working here since… 2004 I like English because… it is the language of the technology, music, art, politics and everything what matters. It opens a lot of doors and helps to make friends with people you wouldn’t even dream to talk to... It simply makes your life perfect! My favourite English phrase is… The sky is the limit! ......for your dreams If I didn’t teach English, I would be…. a traveller or a writer My hobbies are: discovering new fascinating places in the world, reading and listening to music. I love running and cycling A word or two for my students: You have everything what you need to be a perfect speaker of English!
I have been working in OLTON school for nearly 10 years.
I like English because it gives me the opportunity to travel and meet new people.
My favourite English phrase is - 'don't worry be happy' :)))
If I didn't teach English I would act in a theatre, because I think teaching and acting is a very similar thing.
My hobbies are: dancing, listening to the music and taking care of my animals.
A word for my students: I like you all :), I'm happy to teach you and I hope English will help you in life.
Hi. I am Ola. This is my second year at Olton School. Working with children and learning foreign languages are my passions. Well, thanks to Olton School I can combine them into one. Apart of that, I teach French and I give dancing lessons to preschoolers. In my spare time I enjoy dancing and singing. I am also a huge fun of French comedy films.
My name is Kinga and I have been teaching in Olton school for about a year. People have always troubles pronouncing my surname, I think it's because it's Finnish ;)
I really like learning languages and teaching languages is what brings me joy. I love seeing improvements in my students' ability to speak and understand English. The biggest advantages of English are the fact that wherever you go, you can communicate in it with people from different cultures, it's easy, sounds very nicely and.. most beautiful songs are in English!
My favourite English phrase is: „Actions speak louder than words.”
If I didn't teach English.. I would perform in musicals.
I really love singing and dancing, I also enjoy staying outside – going on bike trips, swimming and skiing in winter.
A phrase that I like to remind myself and my students: „Never settle for less than you can be.”