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Jolly Phonics (UK) Training Programme for Parents and Teachers (Skills-future approved)

  • Curious Thoughts Academy 51 Waterloo Street, #03-06 Singapore, 187969 Singapore (map)
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Calling all parents and teachers!🙋 
This is a Jolly Phonics workshop by a UK accredited trainer based in Singapore.

Interested in playing an active role in teaching your kids to read? Keen to upgrade your teaching skills and to help your students read more effectively through a structured and proven framework? 😍

❤️This workshop is designed for Pre-school, Primary Teachers & Parents to provide a full understanding of the Jolly Phonics Methodology.❤️

Dates: 9 and 10 April 2018 (Monday and Tuesday)

Venue: 51 Waterloo Street, #03-06, Singapore 187969

Cost fees: $100 (after $500 Skills Future Subsidy) or full course fee $500 (+$100 for assessment), inclusive of lunch

Contact 62502595 or 96600568 or email to register for this workshop. You can also sign up online here 

✅<Who can attend>

Teachers, Parents, Tutors, Special educators.

✅<What we cover>

42 sounds, Blending & segmenting techiquues, Alternative sounds & tricky words, Spelling rules, Lesson plan, games and activities.

✅<What will you take away>

Certificate of attendance by Jolly Learning (UK) Jolly Phonics Resources

About the trainer:


Teacher Khushbu Porwal (B.Sc, LLB, B.Ed, ECE) is an experienced educator with more than 8 years of experience. She is passionate about training education professionals and students. As a certified Jolly Phonics trainer, she has successfully implemented training programmes across South Asia, especially in India and Indonesia. She has trained over 80 teachers/ parents and almost 375 students across South Asia.

She regularly adds new training techniques to her teaching repertoire so that students have access to best practice methodologies. Teacher Khushbu regularly participates in Jolly Phonics International Conferences, having represented Singapore and Indonesia at the last conference at London.