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Jolly Learning Training in Sudan



Nasreen Sameer Abdalla

Khartoum

Nasreen is an English teacher and Pre-School Manager in Khartoum. She discovered Jolly Phonics over six years ago and found that teaching children to read and write with Jolly Phonics became much easier and so much more fun, for both her and her students. She is still amazed at the results the students achieve and feels that Jolly Phonics has changed the myth that non-native English students can never be as good as native English students. She is willing to share her teaching experiences with Jolly Phonics with everyone.

email:
nasreena86@gmail.com
tel:
+2499-12137736
travel:
Anywhere

Mrs. Opheera McDoom

Khartoum

Mrs. Opheera McDoom, British, founded the Legacy School in Sudan in 2012, which has become one of the most respected schools in the country, known for excellence in reading. Since the beginning, Jolly Phonics and Grammar has been used as the primary literacy programme in the school.

She designed and taught training courses for Sudanese and U.N. journalists and press officers, advised and trained government officials in Libya, Sudan and South Sudan and undertaken training consultancies for the United Nations and World Bank. As a former journalist and head of Reuters office in Khartoum, Mrs. McDoom won awards including the United Nations Elizabeth Neuffer Memorial Award, Reuters journalist of the year, and has been the Reuters nominee for the prestigious OPC award, the IWMF’s Courage in Journalism award and the Prix Bayeux.

Mrs. McDoom is proud to be a Jolly Phonics Trainer, as Jolly Phonics has been the system used since starting Legacy School. She runs teacher training as well as Jolly Phonics courses and all her amazing teaching staff have had full Jolly Phonics training by her.

Visit the Legacy School Facebook page here.

email:
legacyschoolsudannews@gmail.com
tel:
+249 155 5065
mobile:
+249 183 237 160
website:
www.legacyschoolsudan.com
travel:
East and North Africa and the Middle East