What made the class worth while for me was the chance to get a glimpse into the Dutch everyday live, from the building in the Amsterdam "grachten gordel", the home-cooked food served for lunch and dinner as well as the personal accounts of the teachers and the use of newspaper clips of the prior day for some of the exercises.
Petra Fishert


Annelies Braams

Afra Klarenbeek

Aline Fauquenot

Anne Louwers

Bart van Aert

Bea van den Berg

Channah van Dootingh

Ellen Huijsmans

Ellen Zürcher

Elsbeth Hoekstra

Eva de Jong

Eva Juhasz

Heleen Keyzer

Ina Ruijter

Ingrid Mersel

Joëtta Zoetelief

Joke Willeboordse

Karla Brouwer

Katrijn Raaijmakers

Lishe Los

Lobke Timmerman

Louis van der Voort

Marjan Leeuwenkuijl

Mark-Pieter van den Heuvel

Maroesja Perizonius

Mathilde Broeks

Maud Kortbeek

Merel Ligtelijn

Michiel Hanrath

Rebecca van Raamsdonk

Renske Berns

Sarah Bouanan

Stef Theunissen

Stefanieke Veenstra

Touria Bouhkim

Vanessa Pruijt

Welmoed Nijhout

Willemijn Koning

Wilma Emond

Yolant Vermeulen

Liuba Veretentseva

Sandra Huskic

All our teachers are enthusiastic about their job , committed to their students, well qualified, and they know theyŕe doing.

Teachers of NedLes have to fullfil seven golden rules:

  • Don’t do things during lesson time that can be done at home as well
  • Make sure that every single student learns as much as possible
  • Make sure that every single student speaks as much as possible
  • Give feedback to each student: what goes right and what goes wrong
  • make sure that there is enough progress in the group
  • Make clear what will be done in class and what will be done at home
  • Start and end the lessons on the agreed time