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Adult Education Centres for CB4 - Language Tuition

Adult Education Centres for Cambridge which may run evening or daytime language classes

Adult Education

La Dante European Cultural Centre

The Lodge, Hawthorn Way, Cambridge CB4 1BT, UK – 01223 315191

La Dante is a great place to learn Italian. The teachers are fantastic; really helpful, committed and approachable. Giulia, the founder, and the administration team are all really helpful and friendly. It's a really friendly and welcoming environment in which to make great progress and have fun learning Italian, with lots of opportunities to get involved in Italian conversation and cultural events. Can't recommend it highly enough!

La Dante in Cambridge is the ideal place for learning Italian. There is such a friendly atmosphere, classes are small and the school takes great care to put the right people together. Our teacher is fantastic and time flies in her lessons. But it's not just the language, we also talk about Italian culture, food!!!!, customs etc. I can only recommend La Dante to people who want to learn Italian.

Workers Educational Association

20 Badminton Cl, Cambridge CB4 3NW, UK – 01223 322710

Language Schools

Cambridge Academy of English

65 High St, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0QD, UK – 01223 277230

Excellent institute, well trained faculty

it is really no.1 in india

Spanish Amigos Cambridge Outskirts

Compass House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Impington, Histon, Cambridge CB24 9AD, UK – 07823 339736

Language Schools for Cambridge

Language schools for CB4. Also consider Adult Education Centres which might run evening language classes

Private Tutors for Cambridge

Private Tuition for CB4
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Private Tutors

Private Maths and English Tuition Centre - Excelr8 Learning Cambridge North

20 Orwell House, Cowley Road, Cambridge CB4 0PP, UK – 01223 429923

My son & daughter have been attending ExcelR8 in Hardwick for a couple of years now. Over that time, we have seen a significant improvement in both their grasp of Maths and English, and their appetite for learning. This has built their confidence, and from being middle achievers, they are now both performing well above expected standards, as assessed by their respective schools. I write this with mixed feelings, as my socialist leanings don't sit well with what I perceive as giving my children an advantage through financial outlay, and I certainly don't dismiss the massive contribution made by the state school teachers, but ... "the proof of the pudding is in the eating". I believe the reason it works so well is that understanding of key principles and strategies is independently checked, and any confusion or gaps quickly addressed, which enables further knowledge to be built on firm foundations. In addition, the high ratio of tutors to pupils allows for a detailed picture of your child's development to be gained, and this is shared with you, the parent, for reinforcement at home. I would thoroughly recommend ExcelR8 - at least your money is unlikely to be wasted ...