WELCOME TO RICHMOND
Join us at 20 Mortlake. We are back in the classroom.
We are re-opening our classrooms at 20 Mortlake on June 07th, 2021. Join us any day from Tuesday 1st June - Friday 4th June for a face to face chat about study options. To book your appointment, call Tom Lockhart on +44 7808 765 243.
We have great reviews on Facebook and Google, and our focus over summer 2021 is on Cambridge English Exams Courses and OET for Nursing.
The courses we offer are recognised internationally and accepted as proof of a good level of English by organisations all around the world.
OET for Nursing
We teach OET for Nursing and are a Knowledge badge holder and Approved Preparation Provider. Study the OET at Richmond English School to begin your Nursing career in in the UK.
Cambridge B2 First
B2 First shows you know the basics of English and can now live and work independently in an English-speaking country. Accepted worldwide by thousands of employers, Universities and Government departments.
Au pair English
If you work in London as an Au pair or Nanny, you can study with us at special, discounted prices, make new friends in our special Au Pair groups and take part in our busy, social program.
Cambridge C1 Advanced
C1 Advanced is an in-depth, high-level qualification that shows you have the language skills that Universities and top employers are looking for. You can now use English effectively and confidently in social, educational and professional situations.
What is my Level?
Not sure which class to take? Try the Level test and to get an indication of your current level. We can also speak to you on the phone or in person to make sure we put you in the right group. Your first class is free of charge and without obligation.
IELTS Academic Exam is for those who want to enrol on UK University courses, and professionals such as Accountants and Lawyers to demonstrate they meet the requirements to practise in an English speaking country.
Amazingly, more than half of Richmond is green space, most famously the Park itself, created by Charles I in the seventeenth century, when he and his entourage came here to escape the plague in central London. The river Thames is on our doorstep, and the borough is home to world famous sites such as Kew Gardens and Hampton Court Palace.