Meet the Teachers


Trained to  post-graduate degree level
Minimum of three years experience in UK or European schools
Trained in safeguarding the child and e-safety
In posession of an enhanced Discloure Barring Service (DBS) certificate

Take a closer look at some of our featured teachers

Mr Chris Daniels

Ever since I was a child I dreamt of being a teacher. For me, teaching is a calling and I could not envisage doing anything else. 

Originally from Manchester, I have taught in schools in London for 7 years now and, as a founding member of Global Learners Academy, I am excited to be a part of the evolution of teaching. It is my wish to be a part of a movement that is reaching out to the ever expanding global community of learners. 

My most recent posting was as a specialist Speech & Language teacher in a state-of-the-art resources base for children with SEND. 

Before that, I was leader of KS1 (Years 1 - 2) and leader of the computing curriculum in a mainstream London school. My areas of expertise are KS1, Phonics, Computing, E-safety and Safeguarding.  

My academic background is in Law and Political Science and I have a real passion for history. 

I set up Global Learners to offer teachers a better life outside of the heavy demands placed upon them in the state system and as a way to honour my late brother and late niece's memory by giving something back to the learning community and the community as a whole. 

Global Learners is my way of exporting excellent teaching standards with compassion, empathy and, above all, passion. 

Mr Matt Taylor

I came into teaching fairly late in my mid twenties after leaving public services and initially worked within the UK school framework as well as in the United States mainly teaching English. 

I now work in the Austrian school system and have worked in a bilingual setting for a number of years. The main focus of my work is teaching a number of subjects in both English and in German. 

I have also prior to living in Austria worked within the UK education framework, so I am well versed in a number of different educational settings. 

I enjoy the multiculturalism of the teaching environment and very much enjoy teaching kids of many ages and backgrounds. My professional background comes from a management and technical field followed by a post graduate in education which was completed in the UK. 

Right now I teach a number of children who are also multilingual as well as bilingual and am qualified to teach not only English but geography, history and biology at Key Stage 3 and college level.

Mr Wesley Pritchard

Coming  from the old industrial heartlands of South Wales, I am a self-made professional dancer with over 20 years’ of experience in the entertainment business.

I studied professional dance at the London Contemporary Dance School; and later went on to complete my studies in America at the California Institute of the Arts, where I graduated with a first class BA (hons) degree. 

I spent the best years of my life working on cruise ships all over the world, whilst being a member of touring dance companies. 

My starring roles have included appearing in music videos, commercials; and I recently played the Grinch in the 2022/3 pantomime season. 

I simply love expelling all of that excess energy in entertaining kids as Spiderman - or any of their other favourite superheroes - at any type of children's gathering, including:

Ms Elizabeth Healy

tbc ...

Mr Anthony Stokes

“Hey there! I'm Tony, I specialise in Creative English Writing, Media Production, and Computer Technology – some seriously cool subjects.

But it's not all textbooks and classrooms for me, my other passion is solo international travel.  My adventures have whisked me away to places like Europe, the USA, Mexico, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Bali, Myanmar, Southern China, Macau, and Hong Kong. I thrive on exploring remote jungles, tasting exotic dishes, and immersing myself in diverse cultures. It's like a real-life video game!

Speaking of games – I'm also a bit of a gamer.  PS5 is my jam, and you can often catch me in the gaming zone!  But wait, there's more ... I've got a thing for animation, Interactive AI, Cybersecurity, Podcasting, Japanese Anime, Film Editing, Graphic Design, and Photography – a whole world of creativity and tech waiting to be explored.

Teaching, for me, is all about an open heart and a curious mind. Let's embark on this exciting journey of learning and growth together!”

Mr Chris Ledgister

Hi, I'm Chris and my area is teaching English to adults who are Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).

Before teaching, I was the founder and managing director of my own security company.  For 13 years, I provided bespoke event security management for a range of VIP clientele, high net worth individuals, venues and premises, events and corporate functions.


My teaching experience comes from training as a teacher for the Lifelong Learning Sector.  I have a recognised City & Guilds qualification that allows me to teach and train adults for lifelong skills in further education, community education, work-based learning and training; and for work in the voluntary sector. 

My last post teaching post  was working as a qualified conflict management teacher at City & Guilds London. I was  responsible for teaching the Level 3 Conflict Management award to Security Industry Authority (SIA) candidates for adult students.

HSE First Aid at work.

Level 3 Certificate for deliverers of conflict management.

Level 3 Certificate Award on Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

Ms Sharon Campbell

I have been a qualified teacher since 2005, spending  5 years teaching in the UK and then continuing my career in the UAE for 13 years before relocating back to London. 

I have taught across Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 and, for 10 years, I held the position of Key Stage 1 Leader.

My time in the UAE enabled me to gain a wealth of experience teaching students with English as a second language and engaging with international curriculums that offer more cultural diversity and different perspectives. 

Studying the Arabic language has allowed me to understand the challenges of learning a second language, and I am extremely passionate about supporting students going through this journey themselves.

My other areas of expertise are phonics, reading, grammar, writing, and maths. I thoroughly enjoy supporting children with their learning. 

My goal is to support them in filling any gaps in learning whilst encouraging them to challenge themselves. 

I believe it is vital for children to develop their confidence. Children need to have self-belief, and once we have worked on this, we can build on a love of learning. 

Then, anything is possible.