Janet holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Management from the University of Ghana and has a research interest in Early Phonics Interventions on the Reading Performance of Children at Risk of Dyslexia. This passion has led her to accept and work with children with diverse special educational needs including children with dyslexia, mild autism, delayed speech, etc. where her use of Jolly Phonics with these children has yielded tremendous results.
She has over 10 years of experience teaching in Cambridge accredited schools and is currently the director of Janique International School, her own private school in Lashibi-Tema, in the Greater Accra region of Ghana. She also works as a preschool consultant, supporting schools with curriculum content and training.
Janet has also played a major role in Jolly Phonics projects in Ghana since 2016, working with Universal Learning Solutions (ULS) and Optimalph Consulting Ltd, UK, to deliver trainings to government school teachers in districts across the country. She was also one of the JP team members who worked with the Universities and Colleges of Education to develop a Synthetic Phonics Student and Coordinators Handbook for the universities and colleges.