Happy JFAML Learning Centre

At Happy JFAML Learning Centre all kids have talent there for we ensure that they realise their potentials...


After a day long jolly phonics training workshop for teachers from 10 different private schools at the Vision Technical Education Centre, Kotu Quarry.
27th July 2019
We are delighted to all those that responded to the call and those that contributed to its success.


What a lost!
Not hosting the OIC.
Is Not a rejoicing moment for The Gambia.
And, what are the main cause for not hosting it?


It's so disheartening, hearing that The Smiling Coast (Gambia) is NO longer achieving 2019 Major Developments of all sectors through the OIC.


It shall never be a privilege or merit to be educated.
Power and wisdom!

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 09/11/2018

Early this morning Amadou ML Jatta a Jolly Phonics prof. Trainer, on behalf of Jolly learning UK (Director: Christopher Jolly)issued a certificate of recognition to Star Preparatory School for effective teaching with jolly phonics.


Tell a friend to tell a friend.
As mid term and first term imminent The Happy Centre is to host an open jolly phonics workshop with a jolly phonics freelance Prof. Trainer.
Please contact for more info. 7784203 /3778803/ 6778803

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 14/10/2018

Chris and team after meeting the Minister (MoBSE) and The Gambia Associtaition of Teachers of English (GATE) 12th Sept 2018.
Lets cross fingers and be optimistic. Literacy will swiftly progress through jolly phonics, the only synthetic programme that's multi sensory and well structured to aid struggling readers and kids to be fluent in English and other languages at a very short time. Kudos Team


"kids are not to be blamed"

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 12/10/2018

12th Sept again Chris Jolly and team met all the Directors of Education at Ministry (MoBSE). THeme: jolly phonics teacher. He wants to no how best he can help the Gambia on using jolly phonics in public school and he already want to make a free offer specially on training

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 12/10/2018

Chris Jolly and the team meeting with the Minister and PS of MoBSE at her office in Banjul on the 12th Sept 2018.
It was a timely and fruitful meeting

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 12/10/2018

Amadou ml Jatta a prof. Jolly phonics trainer and and Chris Jolly The Director of Jollylearning UK. After a briefing on the itinerary and theme (to refresh and strengthen the teaching of jolly phonics which has increased the numbers of readers in schools) to meet Minister of MoBSE The Gambia and dine on the 11th Sept 2018 at the Atlantic Hotel in Banjul the Gambia . The meeting includes Dr. Burama Jammeh Director of curriculum at MoBSE, Prof. Trainer Sainey Gibba The Gambia and Dr. Olubusola Eshiet and husband Uncle Emmanuel Eshiet Nigeria. We want to see all kids read at the early years of school "I can't do it aone"

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 12/07/2018

Circle Time with kids is fun


"All kids have talent"
(Amadou Ml Jatta)

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 03/12/2017

The Baobab Reading Sheme
Ambassadors Worksop at Ocean Bay Hotel 28th November 2017 Organised by Abooku Charity UK
Amadou Ml Jatta is an ambassador of the scheme


Kudos to my able and humble teachers for taking good care of me. You deserve a crown. Friends please join me to comemorate teacher's Day


Veronika Gabrijel a volunteer, helping a child to grip a pencil for writing practice


Eid Mubarak to all my followers


A long hectic day interviewing new teacher for Eye Bee Leaf Nusery School preparing for 2017/018 Academy year

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 07/08/2017

My interview panel at Eye Bee Leaf Nusery

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 04/08/2017

School materials available here for more infor Tel: (00220 )7784203/ 9110130/ 6778803/ 3778803


We starting a program for student, teacher and parents etc. to develop basic phonics skills in other to improve reading and writing. You are all welcome
For info contact 7784203

Photos from Happy JFAML Learning Centre's post 10/02/2017

End of a jolly phonics workshop 18 adult certified


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Timeline photos 22/04/2016

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Home - Sue Lloyd 16/04/2016

** Welcome to the April edition of Jolly News with a special message from Sue Lloyd!
"In order to get the most out of the teaching of Jolly Phonics, I felt that it was important that teachers, and parents, should have a good understanding of synthetic phonics, the principles behind the teaching and what needs to be done to ensure that the struggling children are successful, too.

I know it usually takes a long time for this type of teaching to be mastered. In my mind the only way for providing this amount of training was to make a website that explained it all, which was free and easy to access. At last the website is finished and I am delighted to let you all know that it can be accessed at www.tcrw.co.uk (Teaching Children to Read and Write)

I hope you find it very useful and that it will help reinforce the guidance that you provided in you Jolly Phonics training sessions. Today, 15th April, is its official launch date."
All our hugely popular songs from Jolly Phonics are now available in one fun app for iPads and iPhones which includes the actions too and all for £2.99!

Download from the App Store (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/jolly-phonics-songs/id1096113645?mt=8)
All our hugely popular songs from Jolly Phonics are now available in one fun app for Android devices, which includes the actions too and all for £2.99!

Download from Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jollylearning.jollysongs)
Watch a clip from the Sounds Like Fun DVD. Animated characters introduce each of the 42 letter sounds.

Watch here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jcgjuZf4jo)

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I always knew I wanted to be a teacher. I would look at teacher books of my aunt’s and I would pretend I was teaching my dolls and stuffed animals. I would always have the “subjects” sitting in a row. They behaved very well:) We all know it takes more than just having your students quietly working at their desks. We know it takes more than just a quiet line. If you are like me, you know the first week sets the tone for the whole year. The first week is tricky, because you have to integrate team-building, rules, expectations, procedures, and curriculum.

Well…guess what? I always forget what I did that first week. I find myself thinking about when I introduced each procedure. I can’t sleep the night before, because I have everything all mapped out, and I can’t seem to keep things straight. There is no “flow” yet. There is no set schedule. So I polled the Education to the Core community to see what ideas we could come up with.

“I love establishing a strong classroom community academically. I introduce accountable talk, and I use the sentence frames for building classroom community.” I also will use the accountable talk stems when going through basic review concepts so the kids understand how to use them when more difficult concepts are introduced.” -Emily Education to the Core

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