Junior Preparatory Staff2020-01-17T08:54:03+02:00

Junior Preparatory School Staff

Broadacres Academy | Head - Junior Prep | Tammy Letcher

I moved into my current role as Head of the Junior Preparatory at Broadacres Academy in January 2018 after many happy years spent in the classroom.

My career in education spans twenty-five years and has been incredibly fulfilling and diverse.

I started teaching in High School, moved down to Senior Prep, then into the Pre-Primary and Grade 0.

My approach to learning involves creating a positive, happy, fun and secure space where learning is integrated, hands-on and differentiated.

Over the years I have come to firmly believe that teachers should expect remarkable things from the children in their care. If you believe they can, they will.

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin

Read Tammy’s full biography here.

Meet our Junior Prep Staff

Daniella Texeira

Daniella Texeira | Grade 0

Nina Zweifel

Nina Zweifel | Grade 0

Lauren Philips | Grade 0

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Alexi Rusche | Grade 0 Intern

Lee- Anne Vlietstra

Leanne Vlietstra | Grade 1

Karen Nunan

Karen Nunan | Grade 1

Sonia Oshry

Sonia Oshry | Grade 1

Gill Forbes

Gill Forbes | Grade 2

Michele Hala

Michele Hala | Grade 2

Dominique Nevin | Grade 2

Gena Nys

Gena Nys | Grade 3

Elizabeth Terry

Elizabeth Terry | Grade 3

Jeanne-Marie Barnard

Jeanne-Marie Barnard | Learning Support

Caroline Brown

Caroline Brown | Jnr CLA

Ruan Fourie | Music

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