Dear Friends from around the world! Welcome to GV Malta English Centre! While I was at University I had a dream….that of opening an English language school, somewhere close to the sea, quaint and Mediterranean in character! St. Paul’s Bay was the place to be and in 1999 my dream came true! Come and learn English in a sunny Mediterranean country and explore our rich history. Here at GV Malta, our fully-qualified teachers are trained to teach English using interactive whiteboards – bringing the fun back into learning! My background stems from having an English mother and with being brought up in an English-speaking world I have no choice but to offer you my beloved language. With many years of teaching English as a foreign language, my passion was and remains the incredibly daunting English language! My hobbies are the outdoors and anything linked to nature, Pilates, Geocaching, swimming and of course, reading when I find a quiet moment. I have bungeed – only once! My dedicated staff and I look forward to welcoming you to GV Malta…. My warmest wishes, Gaby Huhn
My main tasks are to ensure that the school is running smoothly and to ensure students have the best possible experience while learning English. We are constantly looking for innovative ways to improve the school as a whole and the learning experience within the classrooms. My responsibilities also include the accommodation provided by the school. My priority is to help make your stay as comfortable and hassle free as possible, therefore it is my job to find the ideal accommodation to suit your needs. All our accommodation facilities, whether it may be hotels, self-catering apartment or host families accommodation, have been specifically picked to match GV Malta standards. Saying this, we are constantly working to increase and improve on our portfolio of properties that we currently have at our disposal. I look forward to meeting you and hope you enjoy your time in Malta.
Apart from teaching, I enjoy reading and writing poetry & stories, cooking up new recipes, playing tennis and being out in nature.
What I love about teaching is seeing students' progress as they continue to improve their English, helping students with problems, and meeting all the different people from different countries and backgrounds.
I started working at GV Malta in 2009. Since then I’ve met so many different students from all over the world. I have a passion for teaching, and I help students not only to become better speakers, but also to fall in love with the language. No teaching preparation programme can fully prepare you for the reality of the classroom, so I maintain a dynamic attitude that helps me to see opportunity in situations and circumstances.
In October 2017 I was awarded the Inspiring Professional Award by the English Language Council, after being nominated by my colleagues.
Moya van Rensburg
Hi, my name’s Moya and I’m originally from Cape Town, South Africa but I’ve been living in Malta for the past 10 years. When I’m not teaching my interests include reading, going to the beach, dancing, live theatre, classical movies and travelling.
I also love learning about and teaching English. One of the highlights of my job is the opportunity it gives me to meet so many people from so many different cultures and to make so many new friends from all over the world. Nelson Mandela once said, ‘Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world’. It’s a privilege to be a part of that and helping people learn English.
Hi, I’m Paul.
Although I was born in Paris, France, I am British. My Father was Scottish and my Mother, English.
I was raised in Suffolk in England where I was involved for many years in the shipping and forwarding industry among other things, but I have been teaching English as a foreign language in Malta for over 10 years.
In my free time, I like to write but my main passion is playing the guitar and singing. I play and sing for a local band ‘Blood Moon Rising’ and enjoy karaoke when I’m not playing live.
But teaching is my calling and I love the interaction with students. I particular enjoy that moment when the penny drops, and a student understands something that had been an issue before. I like to instill confidence in my students, that they are all capable of learning the language and I love it when they feel comfortable enough to communicate fluently in English.
I love swimming, reading, cooking, socialising with friends, travel, theatre, cinema, flowers, Laughter Yoga Teaching and am currently learning British Sign Language.
I worked for nearly 40 years teaching in the UK, the last 13 years as a Headteacher of a high school in the north west of England. My Mother was English and my Father Ukrainian. I visit the UK when I can.
What is it about teaching that I like? I love meeting students from all over the world. I started my teaching career as a Geography teacher, so each week I feel like I am on holiday visiting many different countries through my students. I love teaching at GV as we are very much a family school. We enjoy celebrating many different occasions with our students throughout the year. There is a great satisfaction in knowing that you have helped someone to improve their English and achieve their goal.
Twenty years ago, I started working with foreign students. The reason is because I enjoy meeting new people. The students I meet at GV Malta come from all over the world and I’m interested in learning about new cultures and traditions. I like working here because this school is family – oriented and the atmosphere here is great.