Meet our Enjoy team!

Enjoy Español is made up of a team of two visionary youngsters who, after living in London for four years, decided to put all their knowledge and experience together to create a dream that combines their passion for language tuition, interacting with people and cultural connections. And this is how they conceived Enjoy Espanol, a Spanish school for foreigners that aims to change the way how Spanish is taught and learnt by linking learning with real experiences that become a vessel to connect the world of learning with fun.

 Olaya Fernández

Olaya Fernández

CEO and Academic Director

I am original from Asturias (a beautiful part of Northern Spain) where I got my degree in Classical Philology. After I finished my degree, I moved to Málaga where I studied a master’s degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language. I am passionate about teaching, animals, travelling and discovering new cultures. That’s why in 2012 I moved to London where during four years I worked as a Spanish teacher in different Secondary and Primary schools. I hold the qualified status in the UK, I am DBS checked and in addition, I am accredited as a DELE examiner from Instituto Cervantes with experience  the Miguel Hernández University in Elche, Alicante.


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I also love to create my own teaching materials and I have collaborated with ELE Internacional making teaching materials, courses and videos talking about ELE and online teaching. Creativity and collaboration are my weapons to success!

I am passionate about entrepreneurship and for that reason, I took part of the Business entrepreneurship, Lean Startup methodology (II Edition, Coworking Elche),  a course organised by the EOI. After six months of training, Enjoy Español was formally presented on May 2017.

Also, in December 2017, Enjoy Español received the Entrepreneur of the month award granted by Jovempa and the Ayuntamiento de Elche.

A collaboration with other six bloggers in which we are sharing lot of different resources about a common topic.

I have took part in the I Jornadas de ELE Internacional talking about how to work oral expression in online teaching.

Together with Ana, from Viaja y enseña español, I have created a community for online teachers: #weareonlineteachers in where we  organise collaborations and gatherings intented to other teachers to improve and share in community.

My collaboration in Jennifer´s blog: you can find ideas about working the improvisation at the language class.

See my interview talking about «online teaching to children» with Christian,  from ELE Internacional.

In this colloquial chat with Yamile I tell you more about my hometown (Asturias) and my job as an online teacher.

I also took part in the Language Learning Summit talking about a our project #yoquieroaprenderespañol (2017) and in Conferencia ELE (2108)

Did you know Enjoy Español was part of the EOI second coworking organised in Elche?

On the 19th of May and after 6 months of hard work at the EOI (Spain’s School for Industrial Organisation) we had the privilege to introduce Enjoy Español to other entrepreneurs, future clients, companies and friends.

Now our dream has become true, the #EspírituEnjoy is unstoppable!!


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