We in ‘Germani’ value our staff as the most important resource. We value the highly qualified professionals from Bulgaria, Germany and Austria who guarantee quality education and dedicated care. Apart from innovative thinking and experience, the most important thing for us is the motivation of the team with a lot of love and desire to work with the children.
Nurses and lifeguards take care of their little ones every day.
Enjoy a short look at the team here.
Director of Private kindergarten Germani and teacher in preschool group. Gergana is a graduate of Sofia University “St. Clement Ohridski”. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and later became a master’s student in Preschool Pedagogy. Her experience over the past eleven years has been entirely in teaching German to children in the pre-school and primary school stages. She enriches her pedagogical experience by participating in training seminars both in the country and abroad. Accepts the work of a teacher as a vocation. For her, the most important thing is not to teach children, but to understand and speak their language.
“Our profession is a mission requiring professionalism and a lot of love!”
Katya Tsolova is a master’s student at “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Preschool Pedagogy, fourth professional-qualification degree and certified inspector at the National Inspectorate of Education. Experienced in educating and pre-schooling children, and in recent years in planning, managing, organising and controlling all aspects of the nursery. She has excellent teamwork skills, loyalty, creativity, good interaction with children and parents, positive attitude and developmental concern for each child.
Educator with German as his mother tongue. He has experience in the educational processes and communication with the children in German. From the beginning of the “Germani” kindergarten, Malte has been the best friend of all children.
Julia studied Communications Management and Public Relations at Freie Universität Berlin , after which she worked in the press department of the German Embassy in Moscow, and at Research Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt am Main. Both abroad and at home, she has worked as a German teacher for students in the Gymnasium stage. Along with her mother tongues – Bulgarian and German, she also speaks English and Russian.
Lyuba Dudunkova is a graduate of the Art Academy “Nikolai Pavlovich” in Sofia, along with this, she acquired her pedagogical education there. She defines working with children as a vocation and an expression of dedication and sincere affection, which is guaranteed by her solid experience as a teacher and deputy director of the Secondary Music School in Sofia. Highly appreciated by the Ministry of Culture, she was given the opportunity to enrich her experience and explore in detail basic pedagogical methods by working as a teacher in Waldorfschule in Germany.
Maria holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-School and Primary School Pedagogy. She defines working with children as a challenge, but also as her greatest joy.
Diana graduated from the German Gymnasium at St. Kliment Ohridski University. She has a long experience in teaching German.
She learned German in the foreign language high school “Prof. d-r Assen Zlatarov”. She gained experience working with the children in different countries – Egypt, Greece and Italy.
Belora is a graduate of Sofia University “St. Clement Ohridski”. She has a degree in German Philology with a major in Teaching German. She has experience in teaching German to different age groups. In her free time she likes to read books.
Lily is a graduate of Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Social Activities, after which she continued her development in Trier, Germany, completing a master’s degree in Pedagogy. The most important thing for her is her love and devotion to children. She loves to write, having two published collections of poems. In in his spare time he travels, engages in photography, creative activities, swimming and skiing.
Radostina graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation from the Yordanka Filaretova Medical College. Subsequently, she defended her Master’s degree in Medical Rehabilitation and Balneology.