World Wide Juf – Dutch lessons online via Skype

World Wide Juf

(English version below)

Woon je in Australie en is de nederlandse school te ver, maar vind je Nederlandse les wel belangrijk? Dan stellen we graag World Wide Juf aan je voor!

World Wide Juf is persoonlijk onderwijs op afstand via audio- visuele media voor Nederlandse en Vlaamse kinderen die woonachtig zijn in het buitenland. Alle leerlingen krijgen privéles over Skype. Hierdoor zijn de lessen geheel afgestemd op het niveau van de leerling. Iedere leerling kan zo optimaal van het onderwijs profiteren.

World Wide Juf is een jong bedrijf, opgezet door Brenda de Roo en Arlette den Broeder. Twee enthousiaste en zeer ervaren leerkrachten van het primair onderwijs. Deze leerkrachten hebben zowel binnen als buiten Nederland veel werkervaring.

Om een indruk te krijgen hoe World Wide Juf lesgeeft kan je het filmpje bekijken.

Voor meer informatie kan je de website bezoeken:

World Wide Juf is ook te vinden op Facebook.


Do you live in Australia and is the Dutch school too far away but are Dutch lessons important for your family? In that case we would like to introduce you to World Wide Juf!

World Wide Juf aims to provide its students with a sense of Dutch identity whilst they are living abroad, by providing online lessons in Dutch language and culture. All students receive private lessons through Skype. Because of this all lessons are tailored to the level of the student. This way each student can take full advantage of the lessons.

World Wide Juf is a young business, founded by Brenda de Roo and Arlette den Broeder. Two enthusiastic and experienced primary school teachers. They both have a lot of experience in and outside of the Netherlands.

To get an impression of how World Wide juf teaches, you can watch the short movie above.

For more information you can visit the website:

You can also find World Wide Juf on Facebook. 

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