About Us

Let’s Learn English (LLE) is a proudly small school, specialising in Intermediate, Upper Intermediate and Advanced levels of English . Since the launch of the school in 2011, students from around the world have seen their English improve radically through our lessons.

Our classes have moved online to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Meet the Team

With a background in Psychology and Education, and a passion for language and learning, Andrew does the bulk of our teaching. He is also contributing his knowledge of communication, interpersonal skills and education design to our upcoming online course.

B.Com (UJ), BA Hons Psychology (UNISA), MSocSci (UCT).

After teaching for years at other language schools, Ann co-founded ‘Let’s Learn English’, where she was able to put into practice learning methodologies gleaned while looking for solutions to problems encountered by students.


With years of experience in accounting, Michael co-founded ‘Let’s Learn English’ with Ann. His is the essential role of taking financial care of the business, leaving Ann, Andrew and the students free to get on with what they do best – teach and learn.

South African Chartered Accountant – CA(SA) (Graduate: University of Cape Town).


English is a globally-spoken language. Foreign-language speakers either want or need some level of proficiency in English speaking and writing (and therefore listening and reading). LLE offers you the opportunity to achieve and surpass your goal. We provide a combination of the best of blended learning techniques and the warm friendliness of a supportive social environment. We strive to recreate this environment in our online classes.


Our method is always student-focused. Your course at LLE is all about you and your desire to improve your English for your purpose. Our aim is to assist you in every way to achieve your own language goals, and then develop your English language skills beyond those goals. We want you to leave Let’s Learn English confident that you can use your English in any situation in which you find yourself.

"Learning is not the product of teaching. Learning is the product of the activity of learners."

John Holt