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Jolly Learning in Ghana

  • Minerva Books and Stationery Supplies

    email:
    minervabooksltd@gmail.com
    tel:
    00 233 244135573 / 00 233 208235358
    town:
    Accra
  • Mrs. Perpetual Andoh

    Accra

    Perpetual Andoh, a Principal Superintendent (PS) with the Ghana Education Service, has been teaching for the past 24 years in Ghana. She holds Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) from the University of Cape Coast and also a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology (BA Psychology) form the Methodist University in Ghana.

    Perpetual has been using Jolly Phonics to teach for the past three years and has resulted in the tremendous improvement in her pupils reading and writing skills. She has also been imparting the knowledge acquired in Jolly Phonics to colleague teacher’s which has yielded positively in their classes.

    email:
    perpsyog@gmail.com
    email2:
    perpsyog@hotmail.com
    tel:
    +233 20 594 5664
    mobile:
    +233 26 340 8674
    travel:
    Ghana and beyond
  • Esther Armah Ofori

    Accra

    Esther Armah Ofori is a trained teacher by profession and proprietress of Esdoc Adult Education and Weekend School. She holds a Diploma in Early Childhood Education. Esther has been teaching with Jolly Phonics for four years now and has achieved tremendous results in the literacy development of Children and adults alike. She was the Project Coordinator for the Read and Write Ghana Projects by Universal Learning Solutions (U.L.S.). She is ready as a Jolly Phonics Professional Trainer to train in both Ghana and beyond!

    email:
    estherarmah80@gmail.com
    tel:
    0277479759
    mobile:
    0262141488
    travel:
    Ghana and beyond
  • Evelyn Forson

    Bolgatanga

    Evelyn is a professional teacher who graduated from the University of Education, Winneba, Ghana with a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education. She has over seventeen years of teaching experience in the public sector of education within Ghana, and is currently the Bolgatanga Municipal Early Childhood Coordinator in Ghana.

    Evelyn has been training teachers how to teach children with reading and writing challenges, by using Jolly Phonics. She has seen a great improvement in children’s reading and writing abilities and wishes to share her experiences with others. In her position as the Early Childhood Coordinator, Evelyn is able to offer training within Ghana and beyond!

    email:
    evelynforsonjolly@gmail.com
    tel:
    233202318875
    mobile:
    233240466543
    website:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009484985571
    travel:
    Ghana and beyond
  • Emefa Gyamfi

    Bogoso

    Emefa Gyamfi graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi Ghana with a Masters degree in Public Administration and also a Professional Teacher with over 20 years of teaching experience within the Ghana Education Service. She is currently an Assistant Director and Private Schools Coordinator for Ghana Education Service in Prestea Huni Valley District of Ghana, She is the founder and CEO of REMALJ Reading Clinic: a Jolly Phonics driven reading clinic for underserved communities in Bogoso and Prestea in the Western Region of Ghana. She has and continues to chalk success in this regard. She is a certified professional Jolly Phonics Trainer. Her overriding passion is to teach, train, mentor and coach public and private school teachers as well as Parents in the promotion of literacy among children and adults with reading disabilities and or foundation challenges.

    email:
    amgyamfi@yahoo.com
    tel:
    233 505 402001
    mobile:
    233 244 838863
    travel:
    Ghana and abroad
  • Gracelyn Owusu Achiaa

    Winneba, Central Region

    Gracelyn is a professional teacher with a Bachelor of Education (Basic) from the university of Education, Winneba, Ghana; and a Certified Jolly Phonics Professional Trainer.

    From 2014 till date, Gracelyn has been the Jolly Phonics facilitator in the Winneba Municipality. She has a specialisation in teaching literacy, in both English and the Fante language, using Jolly Phonics. The pupils who sit in her Jolly Phonics lessons exhibit proficiency in reading and writing so have been nicknamed “The Jolly Classes”. Gracelyn’s teaching of Jolly Phonics is not limited to pupils alone, but teachers alike! As a result, Gracelyn was awarded the Best Teacher for Jolly Phonics in 2015.

    Gracelyn will soon be readily available to share her experiences and train more teachers, and to help build the greatest foundation in children and even adults who want to read and write in English. Currently she is supporting the facilitation of Jolly Phonics adoption within Ghana.

    email:
    obaapapa.maafia23@gmail.com
    tel:
    +233 247505999
    mobile:
    +233 208010199
  • Stephen Sandoh Naah

    Bolgatanga, Upper East Region

    Stephen is a professionally trained teacher and holds a Diploma in Basic Education. The ease and fun with which teachers and pupils engage in Jolly Phonics classrooms made the method a ready favourite to him. Although Stephen teaches in a rural community, his pupils achieve great progress in learning to read and write early because of the Jolly Phonics method. In addition to teaching, Stephen also mentors other teachers’ teaching of Jolly Phonics in the Bolgatanga Municipality of Upper East Region, Ghana.

    Stephen will soon be readily available to share his experiences and train other teachers although currently he is supporting the facilitation of Jolly Phonics adoption within Ghana.

    email:
    naahstephen@gmail.com
    tel:
    +233 240121608
    mobile:
    +233 202900717
  • Francisca Atamakira Awanzirigo

    Bolgatanga, Upper East Region

    Francisca is a professional teacher and a holder of Diploma in Basic Education. She has been teaching language and literacy in kindergarten since 2013. Since she was introduced to Jolly Phonics, Francisca has taught her pupils with passion and dedication and has also supported other teachers in their understanding and implementation of the Jolly Phonics method. Francisca continues to mentor her colleagues in the Bolgatanga Municipality of Upper East Region, Ghana.

    Francisca will soon be readily available to share her experiences and train other teachers in and around Ghana. Currently she is supporting the facilitation of Jolly Phonics adoption within Ghana.

    email:
    awanfranca21@yahoo.com
    tel:
    +233 202437935
    mobile:
    +233 547265222
  • Rita Codjoe

    Accra

    Rita Codjoe is a professionally trained teacher  and holds a post diploma in Basic Education (B.Ed Ghanaian language) from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Rita has been teaching for the past 24 years and has been using Jolly Phonics for the past three years with fantastic results. The captivating nature of Jolly Phonics blended with the Ghanaian language has enriched the language and literacy lessons in her school. Children now find it easy to read and write with no difficulty at all. With my experience and successes of Jolly Phonics, Rita is ready to help others to acquire the knowledge and skills of Jolly Phonics.

    email:
    codjoerita@gmail.com
    tel:
    +233 54 681 0000
    travel:
    Throughout Ghana and Africa
  • Roberta Emma Amos-Abanyie

    Tema

    Roberta Emma Amos-Abanyie, Director and founder for NGO INGIT Jolly Phonics Foundation, Ghana (INGITJPF) is a professional teacher with 22 years of teaching experience, 9 years in using Jolly Phonics for adults and children, and four years of teaching with Jolly Grammar. She holds a B.Ed. in Home Economics from the University of Education, Winneba. She holds a certificate in Exploring the World of English Language Teaching and Early Childhood; Language Learning and Development from the British Council, UK.

    She has experience in facilitating Jolly Phonics in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, and co-partnered with Dr. Busola Eshiet for the Jolly Buddies Project in Ghana (results publish on the Jolly Learning website here). In 2016, she assisted Universal Learning Solutions as a Country Director for the Catholic Schools Jolly Phonics Project.

    Roberta is currently leading the ongoing Read Easy Ghana Project for 116 districts in government schools in Ghana in collaboration with Optimal Consulting Ltd., UK and Jolly Learning Ltd., UK as the literacy consultant for IGNITJPF. She is also assisting Jolly Trainer Agnes in Uganda for a Jolly Phonics Pilot Project.

    email:
    ingiteducation@gmail.com
    tel:
    +233 509040966, +233 26976285
    mobile:
    +233 551293907
    travel:
    Ghana and around the world
  • Janet Kyei

    2015-11-30 13.19.56Janet graduated from the University of Ghana with B.A.(Hons) in Spanish and Political Science and also has a French background. She has helped set up a number of preschools where she introduced and trained teachers to useJolly Phonics. Janet has a training centre where courses are taken by children and adults learning to read and write English, information on trainings are found here. She has done a course in Basic Montessori and recently completed a course in Psychology and Fundamentals of Storytelling in Education for Teachers and Trainers. She is eager to help bring better quality teaching to every school in Ghana. She can offer training anywhere in Ghana, or beyond.

    email:
    tpeconsult.edu@gmail.com
    tel:
    +233(0)203175199 / +233(0)265791441
    travel:
    Ghana and abroad