Our aim is to create a network of schools that have a reputation for quality teaching based on real success, not gimmicks and marketing.
We want our students to feel confident and comfortable using the language in any situation, be it a chat on the street, in a business context or taking an exam. Learning a language should be a path to many destinations, not just one. We want our students to be proud of attending McGregor Langauge Schools.
To achieve this, we've built a teaching staff that put the students at the centre of everything we do. The methodology, the materials, the balance of skills are all be decided based on what is best for the students in a particular group. We are proud to have a teaching staff that constantly looks for new, better and more efficient ways to teach and who find enjoyment and satisfaction in seeing students progress. Teaching should be about broadening horizons and is a never ending process.
Learning a language takes time. It requires consistency, hard work and motivation. Our staff seek to inspire our students to achieve these goals every day.
The school is always looking for innovative solutions that improve every aspect of what we do, but at the same time we are wary of gimmicks that add nothing substantive to the educational process. Not all that glitters is gold…
Our educational and administrative support strive to put the students first. All communication with clients must be clear, polite and honest. Needless bureaucracy must be avoided at every step. Customer service is always the most important duty of all staff.
All staff respect one another. Clear expectations, clear communication, and clear lines of command must be maintained at all times. Support is shown towards all staff members at all times. When something goes wrong, we look for solutions, not a scape goat.
The school is part of the community and plays a leading role in the community. This idea extends throughout the school to create a family, rather than a collection of staff and clients. We look to transplant our standards into the wider teaching community.
We can say we have succeeded when our students come to classes because they want to, not because they need to.