Gabriel has been an avid language learner for as long as he can remember, having studied French, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Ancient Greek, Arabic and Linguistics at various levels within his curricula and beyond. He’s taken the initiative to develop his fluency, travelling to Italy and Spain to take language courses, which also gave him the opportunity to observe language teachers and different teaching styles, and the personal attention required. Gabriel is fascinated by History, particularly that of Colonialism and Modernity. He’s particularly enthusiastic about helping students develop convincing arguments and structure their thoughts properly, because having the ability to contribute to discourse is crucial, in academic as well as personal development. As a keen writer, he has written several articles published online covering topics such as travel, philosophy and music.
Gabriel has taught a variety of subjects, including Spanish, History, Italian and English as a foreign language, in a diverse range of settings, with students of varying languages and ages. He have provided one-one-one tuition to 11+ students for schools such as Highgate and Westminster, undergraduate students, A-Level students, English learners and children in temporary facilities.