Teaching English at Public Schools

Project at Glance

Project Teaching English at Public Schools
Start Date 1st or 15th of each month
Activities Teaching English to students of community schools
Working Hours 2-3 hours/day, 5 or 6 days a week
Required Qualification No any prior experience required but your enthusiasm and interest to teach with flexibility to children is all required
Benefits Students will get to learn universal language in which they are backward and can explore to the outside world
Placement locations Kathmandu, Nuwakot, Okhaldhunga
Arrangement of Food/Room Food and room will be provided to volunteers on the basis of locality they choose


Community Schools are the schools run by people from the community with financial support from local committees, non-profit trust and individuals. They do not receive regular government grants and most of them do not have any other sustainable financial source but supported and managed by the local people. Volunteers can teach English to the students in the school and make them familiar to the universal language.

Volunteers teach English in Nepal from 2 to 3 hours each day, six days a week. Most of the students range in age from 6 to 13. In Nepal, each school has its own English teachers who assist our volunteers with teaching methods, offer advice on solving communication barriers, and provide suitable curricula for the classroom. English teaching volunteers do not have to be native English speakers. The schools in Nepal are closed during the holidays and exam periods. During these times, VIN will organize alternative tasks for our volunteers, such as assisting in our clubs, teach English to local youths, etc.

The community schools in which VIN is enrolled are:

Jitpur Higher Secondary School

Kalikasaran Lower Scondary School

Khadwalkot Primary School

Mahadevsthan Primary school

Nagarjun Thulogaun Secondary School

Panchmane ECD

Saraswoti Primary School

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