Anna Yawa Avugla

EduLit Clubs Coordinator

Anna Yawa Avugla is an English teacher and the English Coordinator for the Middle school of The Roman Ridge School in Accra, Ghana. Anna’s main role in Eduspots is to oversee the development of a model for literacy clubs for primary and JHS and supporting EduSpots volunteers across the network with the effective running of Eduspot clubs and literacy development more widely in our communities. She will also support our EduLit partnership with students at Sevenoaks School in the UK.

Anna has always had a passion for Education as she was raised by parents who were teachers and she also taught part time during her study in the university, her zeal to support students in magenalised communities combined with Eduspots community-led and sustainability vision drew her to the team as she desires to offer her years of experience and qualifications to support the Eduspot vision because she saw it as a great opportunity to make a difference and give back to less privileged children in the local communities in Ghana.

She has a Bachelor’s degree in English and Linguistics from the University of Ghana, Legon in 2016. A post Graduate Diploma in education from the University of Education, Winneba and a TEFL certification from an accredited board in the UK to teach English as a second language (ESL Certificate).

Anna has 6 years’ experience in teaching English in UK/Cambridge curriculum schools in Ghana. Where she developed the expertise in literacy teaching and coordination.  She is thrilled to be part of a network that powers community leadership in education as the literacy coordinator for Eduspot and looks forward to doing her part in achieving a brighter goal for #ourcollectivefuture.