Terry Lambregts completed her teacher training (Pabo) in 2004 and after a year of traveling and teaching her own two children, she taught for 10 years at a primary school on the island of Terschelling. She has mainly worked with years 3 and 4 and for three years she taught a plus class for children from all primary schools on the island who needed a bit more of a challenge. She was also the technology coordinator for two schools and organised technology weeks several times for all primary school pupils on Terschelling. She moved to the UK in 2015 to start a new life with her English husband Mike and now she works as a substitute teacher in various schools and teaches French in primary schools. She also works in healthcare and of course tries to see her adult children in the Netherlands as often as possible. Terry teaches years 3 to 6.
Karen Rogers completed her teacher training (Pabo diploma) in 2002 and taught at various primary schools in Schagen. She then studied English at the University of Amsterdam. As part of her degree, she spent a year in Manchester. After completing her studies, she moved to the UK in 2009, and now lives in Chester, with her husband Craig and their three children. Karen teaches years 1 and 2, together with juf Anke.
Anke Bosmans is from Belgium and lives with her three children (8,12 and 15) in the Wirral. She usually speaks Flemish at home and is a primary school teacher at an English school. Anke is also known as Madame Bosmans in England, because she has been teaching French at various schools for 15 years, which she loves doing. Anke worked at the Dutch school for four years and after a few years off, she has enjoyed being back in years 1 and 2, which she shares with juf Karen. In her spare time she likes to run, walk or cycle. She also loves to cook.
Monique Kay completed her university degree in Orthopeadagogy in 2009 and after working in the Netherlands as an Orthopedagogue for a year she moved to England to live with her British partner. She is now married and lives in Chorley with her husband and two children. In England she has spent the past 8 years working in education. The first year in a mainstream primary setting followed by seven years in a special needs primary school. Monique teaches the preschool and reception classes.