Kata Németh has been involved with the life of NEBULO Hungarian School since the beginning and started teaching from 2015.  Kata is the current chairperson of HECC (Hungarian Educational and Cultural Centre), this NFP organization manages the smooth operation of Nebulo School. She has obtained her teaching degrees in English Language and Literature and in Communication. Kata has been working in Education since 2011 at UWA, Central TAFE and South Metropolitan TAFE.



Ágnes Farkas is the Principal of Nebulo Hungarian school. Agi, is the vice-chairman of AMPE (Hungarian Teachers’ Association in Australia). She has graduated as primary school teacher and obtained certificate as piano and music teacher in Sárospatak. Agi has received her English Teaching degree from University of Miskolc. With 30 years of experince working as primary school teacher, music teacher and English teacher in Hungary, she is leading one of our groups at Nebulo School. Currently, Agi is working for Navitas (ELICOS) language school as ESL teacher.



Renáta Simon-Dalton teaches the high school group of Nebulo Hungarian School. She helps to prepare our students for the ATAR language exam.  Renáta has finished her studies in ELTE of Hungarian Literature and Language studies. Her diploma work was written about bilingualism. She has been living in Australia since 2004, her two teenage children were born here. Passing on the Hungarian language and culture to children who are growing up in Australia brings joy to her erveryday life.



Dóra Rauch teaches the kindy group of Nebuló School since 2018. She finished her studies at SZTE in 2005 of German specification and at Juhász Gyula College and has obtained a degree of English language teaching. Dora has taught German and English languages at Békéscsaba. In 2015 she finished Cert IV in Educational Assistant course at TAFE.




Zsófia Turcsányi joined Nebulo School in 2019 to teach students from the age of 6 to 10 years, who are at beginner level and just starting to learn the  Hungarian language. Zsófi has obtained language degrees of Japanese, English and Hungarian as a foregn language. In the last 15 years, she has been teaching Hungarian and English in Hungary, Romania and Australia for both adults and children.