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Prices for private German tuition can be as low as £22.50 in London. The cost of each individual lesson will depend on how many lessons your child takes per week and how long they would like tuition for. Book a free trial session to see how affordable private German tutoring in London can be with GoStudent.
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Around 130 million people speak German as a first or second language, with the majority speaking it as a first language. It is also the second most widely spoken language in Europe. Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Principality of Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, and Switzerland are all countries in which German is the official language. Without a doubt, this is a compelling reason to consider whether or not it is worthwhile to pursue learning German.
These aren’t the only reasons to invest in your child’s German education. The government wants 75% of pupils to take a modern language GCSE by 2022 and 90% by 2025 as part of the English baccalaureate. 36% of English secondary schools are now offering German GCSE as an option.
There is also a sizable German community in London, with over 200,000 German people living in boroughs like Richmond. There is even a German school, the German Medium School, and one of only three Goeth institutes are also located in London.
There are many places in London where you can hear German being spoken: health food stores, parks, and even between a few children in the schoolyard. There are various German organisations that organise traditional German celebrations such as lantern walks on St. Martin's Day and a German carnival for children, as well as picnics in parks and other informal get-togethers for people of all backgrounds.
Taking German as a second language opens up numerous opportunities for your child’s future. Improved job prospects and a higher overall quality of life are among the benefits.
A few advantages to learning German as a foreign language include:
The learning objectives of German lessons are always related to four areas: competencies in reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension of what is being said while listening.
The following topics are usually covered in-depth during the early years of German instruction in primary school:
As students progress through secondary school, the topics they cover become more complex and it’s often at this point that the first problems with comprehension frequently arise. Parents are typically unable to assist due to a lack of knowledge of the language. The following are examples of topics that are now dealt with at a higher level:
Our London German tutors are trained to teach all aspects of German to students of all ages and at all levels (including primary and secondary school, exam preparation, and university).
We are confident that you will be able to find the most appropriate tutor for your needs.
When students all over London think about their upcoming German exams, they might feel anxious or worried. It's possible that this is due to the fact that they began learning too late or not at all and so are cramming at the last minute to pass their exams.
If this sounds like it might be the case with your child then now is the best time to begin working with one of our knowledgeable and friendly tutors to assist them in preparing for their upcoming German examination.
In London and all over England, we have tutors who are well-versed in the German GCSE and German A level curriculum.
An experienced German tutor in London can assist your child in learning quickly and internalizing the essentials so that they can go into their exam feeling prepared and achieve the grade that they desire.
Many students in London find it difficult to keep up with German classes because they struggle to work through the homework they are given at school.
Our tutors are available to assist with German homework. This will help your child stay on track with the material, have positive experiences in German lessons, and build their self-confidence in general. Wouldn’t it be nice not to have a fight over homework every night?
Many students struggle to keep up with their German classes. And that’s understandable! Many London schools have a rigorous curriculum that leaves teachers with little time to explain subject matter or respond to students' questions in the depth that is necessary.
Because many aspects of German lessons (grammar, for example) are difficult to comprehend and communicate, parents are frequently unable to assist their children in learning the language.
As a result of all of these factors, many students are stressed and concerned about receiving poor grades, and find it difficult to enjoy their German classes. However, this doesn’t have to be the case.
When it comes to German lessons, our tutors at GoStudent will be delighted to assist your child with their specific problems and learning objectives, no matter which London school they attend. You will be able to find the assistance you require regardless of whether your child is in primary school, secondary school, or university. We will be able to locate a tutor who is a perfect match for your child.
Our exam preparation and tutoring services are also extremely well-liked by parents in London. Please get in touch with us and we will provide you with the best possible support so that your child can achieve his or her objectives.
Our London German tutors can assist you in a variety of ways, including: