Eaton Language Services
About Eaton Language Services

Eaton Language Services (ELS) was established in 2008 and specialises in the learning and use of the English language. We are based in Norwich and pride ourselves in providing a top-class, friendly and professional service at all times. Our teaching staff are all properly qualified with wide-ranging experience in schools, education institutions and as personal tutors. The newly formed Agency organises introductory meetings with each new client/group of clients, discusses their learning needs in detail, and then matches them with one of the teachers.

So why not give us a try? Whether you are an international student requiring help with examination preparation, or a foreign national requiring help with your English, then ELS is here to help YOU.

Meet the Team
Brian Watkins
Brian Watkins

Business owner Brian Watkins has worked closely with foreign adults living in Norwich, and has many years experience teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL). He specialises in small group and one-to-one tuition, tailoring his learning packages to suit the needs of his clients. He is also a trained proofreader and copy-editor, having undertaken a course run by Chapterhouse Publishing in London.

Felicity Hartley
Felicity Hartley

Felicity has a Degree in English from Durham University and a Diploma in Secretarial and Business Studies from St. Godric's College, London. She worked initially as an Administrator in Further and Higher Education. In recent years she has taught English part time at Hethersett Old Hall School and has worked as an English Tutor with Norfolk Tutors giving individual tuition for G.C.S.E. and A Level. She is a former City Councillor and has served as a non-executive Director in the Public Sector.

Felicity Hartley
Sarah Dempsey

Sarah began teaching TEFL in Barcelona where she studied for her Celta qualification in 2012. She spent a year teaching in there,as well as travelling down south to El Puerto, where she managed an English Summer Camp. Sarah found this extremely rewarding and a lot of fun! She then moved onto beautiful Prague which she still regards as a second home. Not only did she discover a great job which she loved, but she also had some unforgettable experiences and met some incredible people along the way!

Felicity Hartley
Hannah Riches

Hannah, who is based in Norwich, has been a teacher since 2012 and has worked in local Secondary and English Language Schools. She holds the University of Cambridge PGCE in English and Drama and a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA). Her experience and interest lies in teaching international students English focusing on communication and integration into British culture. Hannah also has experience teaching Business English and can help prepare a student for any English language examination.

Felicity Hartley
Claire Stephenson

Claire Stephenson currently teaches English and Law at a secondary school in Norfolk. She has previously taught English Language, English Literature and Citizenship Studies at schools in Norwich and other parts of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Alice Thompson
Alice Thompson

Alice has had over five years teaching experience, from classrooms, small groups and one-to-one. She achieved a Degree in Education and also studied Psychology and Anthropology at University. As a result of these courses she is able to tailor her tuition to the individual learner. Alice spent a couple of months in Nepal, where she was able to teach Conversational English to a class of 40 teenagers. Throughout her teaching practice, Alice has had an interested in Literacy. As a result she has written two story books. These short novels are aimed to help struggling readers. She often uses them in her teaching; they help to develop vocabulary and an understanding of sentence structure. She says that all of her students have enjoyed them greatly.

Ros Wright
Ros Wright

Ros qualified as an EFL teacher in 1994 and has since been teaching English as a Foreign Language, both to groups and one-to-one.  She has taught English for general, academic and professional purposes, at institutions such as the Oxford Intensive School for English at Oxford and Cambridge and Studio Language School at Cambridge.  More recently, Ros has taught at the Norwich Institute for Language Education, and, since 2007, at INTO, University of East Anglia where she works full-time.  She currently teaches students preparing for a range of business and humanities undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in the UK, and also helps to prepare students for FCE and CAE course through one-to-one intensive tuition.

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