Lecons et Prix
Lessons and Prices

Individuals and small groups of up to four people with similar requirements

Lessons are normally £30 per hour, or £28 per hour if four lessons are booked and paid for in advance and take place in my own teaching space. If I travel out to teach you, then lessons are £31 per hour or £29 per hour when four are booked and paid for in advance if I travel out to you.

All materials are supplied except for your own writing paper, file and pens.

Lessons can take place in your home, another agreed location or online via Zoom interactive video conference.

Larger group prices will be similar to above, but would need to take into account cost of additional course materials depending on number in group and specific requirements. This is an ideal option for those on a budget or wish to cut costs by pooling together.


Payment can be made by cheque, cash or bank transfer and receipts provided. Please also watch this space for the addition of a secure on-line payment facility. Payments are received in advance or immediately after each lesson.


Please give at least 24hours notice if you need to cancel a lesson. If you have paid for a lesson in advance, then a rescheduled lesson can be suggested at a suitable time. In some circumstances a refund can be considered but I would need to keep a retainer if more than one lesson was cancelled in a row.

Lessons for employees and businesses

Prices on demand – a separate price will be quoted depending on the exact needs of the business and / or employees and can take place on the business premises if an ideal space is available.

Speak better French for business / Emma Roberts
Having worked in export sales and marketing for ten years and using my language skills effectively in the work place, I can put together an excellent package to suit your business needs and customers and ensure a motivating and rewarding programme for any of your employee's professional development.

Source: Campaign for real education website / Modern Foreign Languages
In today's increasingly competitive environment, it is becoming more vital than ever that business people speak at least one foreign language. By communicating in a foreign language, you place yourself on an equal footing with your foreign counterpart, both culturally and professionally. Speaking the language of your foreign contact conveys the idea that you are treating him or her on your level and that you respect their cultural background. Furthermore, by speaking the foreign language, you at once gain a psychological boost to your own well-being, which helps you to relax personally and so channel your nervous energy into the task in hand, rather than inwardly feel nervous or inferior about your ignorance of that foreign language.
"I really enjoy the lessons as they are interesting, informative and fun. The lessons are tailored to my strengths and pace. I am learning much more and I am likely to get a higher grade in my GCSE as there are fewer distractions and I have my tutor's full attention." –Sam P.
© Emma Roberts / Speak Better French
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