Lahore, Kasur, Islamabad and Quetta
Sonia has been teaching using Jolly Phonics for several years and has had great success teaching children in international schools in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She achieved remarkable results using Jolly Phonics, which led her to train other teachers so that they could teach as effectively. Since then, she has begun training for teachers in Lahore and is eager to help bring Jolly Phonics to the teachers and children of Pakistan’s schools.
Fatima is a trainer and is currently running her newly opened Jolly Learning Centre (Phonics Club) in Pakistan, where children, parents and teachers now enjoy her lively training. She is working as a trainer and literacy consultant for various organizations. She provides Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar training along with the progression of concepts.
She also organizes sessions and her enthusiastic and lively seminars demonstrate her passion for effective language instruction. She believes every child and teacher deserve to benefit from the synthetic phonics approach using Jolly Phonics program. She works closely with local education foundations, authorities and publishers. Recently working with Punjab Government and piloting Jolly phonics in low cost public and private schools.
She has been impressed with the speed and enthusiasm of the children in learning with Jolly Phonics and she eagerly gives training to schools in the region, amazed how unbelievably well this method works if used effectively.
She is acknowledged for her sessions on Teaching with products in Pakistan and abroad. She had planned curriculums and training sessions for various school systems from high to very low budget schools.
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Tahira is originally from London, UK but is now living in Islamabad, Pakistan. She has an MBA in Management from the UK but became more interested in teaching children literacy skills and decided to change her career path.
Tahira first came across Jolly Phonics in 2004 after doing some research into improving literacy skills; as many of the children were not reading and writing well enough at the pre-school where she was working. After a year’s teaching of the programme, the children excelled in their literacy skills and since then Tahira has never looked back. In 2010 she became a private tutor focusing entirely on Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar and have been using the programme extensively. Tahira has conducted workshops for the private pre-schools and parents in Islamabad including few of the most prestigious schools in town. She has assisted schools in implementing Jolly Phonics and has also supervised teachers using the programme.
Having experienced the immense benefit of the programme first hand, Tahira is now keen to impart her knowledge and experience and to promote further to the private, public and lower socio economic education sector.
Sadaf is an experienced teacher and the Head of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) at her school. She is really passionate about learning and sharing her knowledge with others. Since implementing the Jolly Phonics programme in her school, children have shown tremendous results whilst becoming excellent readers and creative writers. Sadaf strongly believes that the ability to read and write is the basic right of every child and that no child deserves to be overlooked.
Sadaf has conducted workshops and training sessions for her teachers. She is constantly working on creating fun and exciting activities to fully engage the children in the learning process. She is enthusiastic for shaping young minds to the thrill of learning regardless of learning styles or difficulties.
“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.” (Nelson Mandela)
“I have graduated in Economics & Finance; however, my professional inclination is in training and development, early childhood education and child psychology. As a person, I love travelling, meeting new people, discussing ideas and exploring new opportunities.
“I have been teaching and specialising in junior grades since 2012. I am a freelance trainer and have been training teachers, school administrators and parents on a regular basis. I believe that in a country like Pakistan, with a population of more than 190 million, there is a huge need for early childhood educators and professional trainers. Therefore, I decided to tap into this area so that I can wide the spread of my knowledge.”
Falak is a teacher and trainer of Jolly Phonics and has spent some of her time working with Fatima-Tuz-Zahra at Phonics Club; a learning centre specifically teaching with the Jolly Phonics method. Falak has independently taught many children over the years, and when using Jolly Phonics she was so impressed with the speed and enthusiasm of the students’ learning that she now uses nothing else.
Falak is now eager to pass on her experience and knowledge of Jolly Phonics so that other teachers and parents can benefit their students and children they are teaching. Her target is to spread Jolly Phonics across the whole of Pakistan to ensure the country meets international educational standards.
Sadia, a teacher from Canada is trained in Montessori Education from Association Montessori Internationale in Toronto. She has a wide breadth of knowledge and international experience within the teaching sector and runs a learning centre called Jolly Good Learning. Here, she teaches Jolly Phonics, Jolly Grammar, Creative Writing and Mathematics. Her students range from the very young to anyone who wishes to learn. Through her experience with Jolly Phonics she has seen tremendous transformation in children and adults alike, especially those with an ESL background.
An avid educationalist and traveller, Sadia offers trainings to individuals and organisations, both nationally and internationally. Her trainings are informative, animated and interactive resulting in confident and trained Jolly Phonics teachers.
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