Learning does not occur when we teach. Learning happens when we explore.

Ms. Evegnia

Hi everyone!

I also love to spend my time outdoors, especially by the water. It has been my lifelong dream to live in Amsterdam, and I am finally seeing that dream come true.

I am Early Childhood specialist passionate about student support and differentiation.

I am excited to get to know you all this school year.

Ms Yolanta

My name is Yolanta Nalmpanti, and I am the teaching assistant of group 1. I am from Greece, and I lived in the Netherlands for five years. I graduated from the University of Crete in the field of Byzantine and Modern Greek philology. This will be my fifth year as a teaching assistant and the eighth as an educator.

I believe that all children are unique and have something special that can contribute to their own learning process.

During my free time I enjoy walking my dogs, swimming and reading. I believe that my task as a teaching assistant is to facilitate the development of every child to their full potential.

Elisha Pillay

I am originally from Johannesburg, South Africa. I have obtained a degree in Education through The University of South Africa and majored in English, Biology and Psychology.

My belief is that education is a vital tool that can teach children the fundamental skills necessary to live successful lives as a critical thinker, confident and informed citizens of their community.

It is my duty and mission to instill a love of life-long learning and ensure that my students are capable of thriving in today’s world.

I want my students to know they have someone who believes in them and can do anything they set their minds to irrespective of where they come from.