Pan Comido

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Your Spanish School in Richmond

Our Spanish school in Richmond offers courses at ETNA Community Centre, a vibrant and welcoming charity at the heart of TW1. Because it provides a warm environment for people of all ages and backgrounds, it’s the perfect setting for learning.

We aim to bring Spain and Latin America closer to the local community, so you can learn Spanish in a fun and easy way. But whatever the reason you’re learning Spanish for, we’re here to help.»

 

We are Pancomido

 

At our Spanish school in Richmond, we believe that being able to communicate in someone’s language is a gift! Because it opens up your world, you discover other cultures and perspectives, and it makes you feel connected to the rest of the world. And it also has many other benefits!

Learning a new language boosts your confidence, keeps your brain active, improves your memory, enhances your creativity, and increases your concentration. So, it’s also a competitive advantage whatever your career aspiration is

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Bea Uzal Founder Pan Comido

Bea Uzal

Founder & teacher

¡Hola!

My name is Bea and I am the founder of Pan Comido. I was born and raised in A Coruña, a beautiful coastal city in Galicia, in the northwest of Spain.

When I was little, I used to imagine what being a teacher would be like, and I was sure I would become one when I grew up.

I started to work as a private language tutor (Spanish, English and French) while I was studying English Philology at the University of A Coruña. A few years later I decided to take a step forward and become a Spanish teacher, so I did a master’s degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign language at the International University of La Rioja.

In 2012, I moved to London to develop my career in teaching and to soak up the multiculturalism of this vibrant and exciting city. After having worked for different schools, colleges, and universities, in 2018 I decided to start up my own Spanish school in Richmond, which would later become Pan Comido.

When I’m not teaching or geeking out about grammar or linguistics, I like hiking and travelling to new places.