About Languages for All

We are a small team of experienced teachers who love languages and want to spread the joy of learning a language to as many people as possible!

Jennifer Moses

I love languages, I love teaching and I love that I can combine both and help other people. I speak English as my native language as well as German, French, Russian and Spanish.

I am a fully qualified teacher with 20 years’ experience of teaching in UK state and independent schools both at primary and secondary level. My teaching experience includes GCSE and A-level exam preparation in all language skills and also the marking of GCSE speaking exams.

I enjoy travelling, using my languages in real settings; I have lived in both Germany and Russia as well as spending a lot of time with family in France and holidaying in Spain.

I bring the culture of the countries where these languages are spoken into
my teaching and aim to inspire my learners with a life-long love of languages.

I set up Languages for All in 2021 to bring language learning opportunities to more people and work with adults, as well as children.

Phil Ince

I have worked as a teacher of French and German since graduating with a PGCE in 2000. I have worked in five secondary schools including a spell teaching in a German school. I am also a fluent speaker of French to near-native standard.

For the majority of my career I have been head of modern languages and I have always enjoyed witnessing students of all abilities enjoying language learning and achieving their potential.

I am passionate about language learning and strongly believe that by doing so, we are equipped with skills which we can use far beyond the classroom.

Sophie Clarke

I have a degree in French as well as GCSEs in German and Spanish. I completed a degree in French and Cultural Studies at Warwick University, as part of which I lived in Poitiers, France for a year. Later, I trained as a teacher completing a Primary PGCE at the Institute of Education, specialising in teaching French. I taught in Paris for a month as part of this training and love being able to use my language skills in the classroom and beyond.

My name is Kim and I’m a qualified English teacher at secondary level.  I have been teaching for over twenty years and offer GCSE English Language, GCSE English Literature, A Level English Language and A Level English Literature.  I specialise in SEND, notably teaching people with Autism, Dyslexia, EAL and ADHD.  I am available for face-to-face tutoring at my home in Nottingham, your home in Nottingham, schools, and online wherever you live.  My main ambition is to create bespoke lessons that help you reach your specific goals and address your learning styles at your level and pace, challenging and supporting as needed to suit you, whether you are looking to improve your use of transactional English, reach the top grades or get the pass you need so you can move onto the next stage of your life.

I have taught in a large comprehensive school in London, a secure unit in Edinburgh, an independent school in Derbyshire and an LOtC provision in Leicestershire for students with Autism.  I have also tutored Key Stages 2-5.

I have lived in and travelled to many places and I love fashion, reading and music, especially metal and music with great lyrics.  I currently live in Nottingham with my son and a plethora of cats.  I have my own style and love to celebrate individuality.  I drink lots of tea, wear lots of earrings and eye liner, and am passionate about our rich linguistic heritage.

What Our Clients Say

Jennie was Jasmine's teacher when she was a student at the school where Jennie taught, and then, when we moved away and needed a German teacher for years 10 and 11, we immediately contacted Jennie. I have no hesitation in highly recommending her, she is an outstanding teacher, very efficient in arranging lessons, and sending and marking homework, and to add to all of this, Jennie is a wonderfully kind and friendly person.  Our daughter really likes Jennie and looks forward to the lessons, even though they are online, so thank you, Jennie, for all that you have done and continue to do for our daughter, we are very grateful.


Paul Morris, Father of a GCSE student of German (one-to-one lessons, online)