We focus on building Spanish communication skills for real-life situations to help students reach Spanish fluency. We believe that a fully personalized communicative learning environment with skilled, native Spanish teachers can be the difference between success and failure.
Our curriculum is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and is uniquely developed by Spanish language experts. Students can choose our Bright path curriculum, or focus on specific skills that they would like to improve.
Students can book unlimited classes, as well as choose a teacher, day, and time to suit them. Bright Lingua teachers adapt lessons to suit the student’s profile and learning outcomes. Students can practice in our Bright Lingua digital library which offers useful learning material.
We offer positive and consistent feedback to inform future planning and learning outcomes.
At the end of each sublevel, students can choose to complete an assessment or to continue their learning path further.
Every step on this journey have a different level, and we will be by your side.
- Expressions and simple phrases.
- Introductions and giving basic personal information.
- Relate in a basic way to another person.
- Frequent phrases and expressions.
- Basic information about oneself and their family.
- Main standard language related to familiar situations.
- Handle most situations that could arise on a trip.
- Produce texts about familiar topics.
- Main ideas of complex texts.
- Relate to native speakers.
- Produce clear and detailed texts.
- Understand a wide variety of extensive texts.
- Use expressions in a fluid and spontaneous way.
- Produce clear, well-structured, and detailed texts.
- Easily understand practically all vocabulary.
- Reconstruct information and arguments.
- Express yourself spontaneously.
Meet our native Spanish teachers
Our staff at Bright Lingua are passionate and committed to providing outstanding lessons. They are qualified, licensed, and experienced native Spanish teachers, devoted to helping students develop their speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.
Hello! I'm from Lima, Peru. I studied Education in English and Spanish at San Marcos University. I made the decision to become a teacher because I think it is a challenging career that transforms realities. Also, for everything that my teachers have taught me and the love they have given to me. Nowadays, my students inspire me to dream and change the world. I am happy to work at Bright Lingua as a Spanish teacher.
¡Hola! I'm from Lima, Peru. I studied Education in English and Spanish at San Marcos University and I have recently got my license degree. I decided to become a teacher when I was studying English because I had great teachers who inspired me to do so. I have worked with children, teenagers, youth and adults and I love it. I believe that education transforms lives and I am excited to be part of that process. I’ll always be grateful to be part of the Bright Lingua family.
Hello! I'm from Lima, Peru. I have a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education in English and Spanish from the National University of San Marcos. I am currently studying a Master's degree in education with a mention in higher education. I have taught English and Spanish in primary and secondary schools as well as computer science. My goal is that students get the best learning experience in my classes and learn in a different way by focusing on their interests.
Hello! I'm from Lima, Peru. I have a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education in Spanish from San Marcos University. I have taught English and Spanish in primary and secondary schools. I decided to become a teacher because it's a very noble profession that requires effort and passion. What inspires me the most about teaching is that it's a way to transcend lives, being a support of all my students and giving them tools to learn and be better day by day. I am happy to work at Bright Lingua as a Spanish teacher
Hello! I'm Flor Diaz; I’m from Lima, Peru. I studied Education at UTEL university. I am currently studying Spanish and teaching ELLE at Salamanca University. Education is a career that gives me the opportunity to know amazing people all over the world. My students are always involved in a kind and fun atmosphere, so we have a great time learning together. I enjoy working for Bright Lingua as a Spanish teacher because here, we always have fun while we work.
Hi! I'm from Lima, Peru. I have a bachelor's degree in Art and design. I studied Project Management at the University of Barcelona, Spain. I have taught English to elementary and high school students as well as plastic arts. I love that people learn new languages because it lets them connect with other people from different cultures, as I did in the USA. I’m also a mom of a beautiful bilingual toddler Alba Victoria who is learning her 6th word in English.
Hello! My name is Ruth. I’m from Lima, Peru. I have a bachelor’s degree in Education in English and Spanish from the National University Federico Villarreal. I became a teacher because I strongly believe this career is a good opportunity to share my knowledge with others and help them to be better. I like to encourage my students to do their best through practice and participation. I feel proud of them when they achieve their goals, especially when learning languages.
Hello! My name is Kristell. I'm from Trujillo, Peru. I studied Translation and Interpretation of Languages at Cesar Vallejo University. I have taught English for six years in preschool, primary, and secondary school. Also, I have given private classes to adults. Nowadays, my main goal is changing the vision of my students about Latin America through my native language, Spanish. This will be a new experience for my students and for me, and I’m very excited to be part of the Bright Lingua team as a Spanish teacher.
Hello! I’m from Lima, Peru. I studied Linguistics and Education at San Marcos University. I come from a family of teachers, so since an early age, I have seen how committed my mother has been to help children at risk, providing them with education. As a result of this, I realized that learning a language is empowering and liberating to kids. What I found challenging about being a Spanish teacher is to transform students’ lives through learning this language.
Hello! I’m Anny Guzman. I’m from Lima, Peru. I have a degree in Education at San Marcos University. My major specialties are English and Spanish. Teaching is a way of sharing culture and ways of thinking. While I was studying this beautiful career, I realized that learning a language is having another heart. I really enjoy teaching, interacting, and empowering people to think that all their goals can be achieved.
Hello! I am Lucia, and I’m from Lima, Peru. I have a professional degree in Translation and Interpretation in English and French languages from Ricardo Palma University. Due to my career, I realized that learning and teaching other languages are a challenge because it changes the way of thinking and viewing the world. That’s why I made the decision to become a teacher. Nowadays, I enjoy my job, and I always learn something new in each class that I teach. My goal is to make sure that students get the best learning experience in my class.
Hi! My name is Josuá. I'm from Lima, Peru. I studied Education in Language, Literature and Communication at San Marcos University. I made the decision to become a teacher because I think it is a challenging career that transforms realities. Also, I think education always helps to understand others better, because students always have something to say. Nowadays, my students inspire me to dream and change the world. I am happy to work at Bright Lingua as a Spanish teacher.