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Aneesa’s looking forward to welcoming children back to classes


Early Years Practitioner Aneesa Jethwa is looking forward to re-starting her phonics classes around Stroud from April.

Aneesa told Stroud Times, “I am a qualified Early Years Practitioner with over 16 years’ experience working with children aged 1-7. I graduated from the University of South Wales where I am originally from and had a full-time career teaching in a primary school for 14 years before moving to Gloucestershire.

“I came across Phonics with Robot Reg and joined the franchise in 2019. I first launched my classes in January last year but soon after the pandemic hit, my classes were moved online.

“I am extremely excited to start a fresh chapter again and re-launch my classes in Stonehouse, Nailsworth and Paganhill after the Easter holidays. Our classes are Covid safe and secure, and all the children will have their own personal resource kits, so no sharing is permitted.”

The classes provide fun, high-energy learning which teach early phonics skills to children aged 1 to 5 years old, introducing a different letter sound each week and also work on motor skills which are essential for reading and writing as well as oral blending and segmenting, all whilst opening children up to a world of literacy.

“Children will not even realise they are learning as the classes are action-packed, fun and high-energy,” added Aneesa.

Charlie Day, co-founder of Phonics with Robot Reg classes said, “Aneesa is extremely hard-working and has lots of experience teaching children, I know that her classes will do extremely well and we are ecstatic to have her onboard.”

Find out more on the Facebook page, www.facebook.com/phonicswithrobotregstroud/

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