Why choose us?

Spanish teachers

Expert in-house tutors

We foster excellent relationships between our Spanish tutors and they are a valuable part of our team. The majority of our tutors work for us part-time rather than being ‘agency tutors’ and stay with us on a long-term basis. They are committed to ensuring students achieve their learning goals.

Our native (and non-native) tutors are minimum degree-educated, speak Advanced English and are personable. They’re multi-lingual and well-travelled which ensures their classes are consistently engaging.

Meet the team

Specialists in one-to-one tuition

Since we established 17 years ago, our primary focus has been on one-to-one Spanish classes. Our students achieve their goals quicker with classes personalised to their pace and requirements.

Flexible, tailored learning

We offer students a choice of learning venues, including modern premises in city centre locations as well as flexible times to accommodate students’ needs. We also encourage students to have a free assessment lesson. And we pride ourselves on our quick response rate – we’re available 8am – 8pm every day.

Flexible choice of learning venues and times.
Modern city centre premises.
Available 8am – 8pm every day.
Free assessment lesson available – get in touch!

Our values


We’re professional.
We’re personable.

We’re engaging.

We’re responsive.
And we pay attention to detail.
Spanish teacher

Our Founder, Drew Rogers
(BA Hons, TEFL)

Drew is the Founder of The Spanish Academy having tutored hundreds of students, as well as a portfolio of corporate clients including the BBC, the NHS, the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Admiral PLC, PHS Group, Atradius and The History Channel.


Drew launched her first academy in Cardiff, later opening in London – 2019 sees her 17th year in the tuition industry. Drew is fluent in English, Spanish, French, Gujarati and conversational Italian and is a regular contributor on BBC Radio in relation to various Spanish-speaking topics.


Drew was schooled at The Old Palace School of John Whitgift for Girls, a top-ranking Independent Girls School in Surrey. She later studied European Studies with Spanish and Italian at Cardiff University where she obtained a BA Honours Degree. Upon graduation, she worked as a Financial and Business Analyst for Citigroup and Thomson Reuters in the City of London, in various client-facing positions liaising with European banks and financial institutions.

Spanish teacher Drew Rogers profile