Your supporting timeline;
* During the week, you will have teaching classes from Monday to Friday.
* Teaching time will start at 8.30 15.30(3 hrs per day for teaching classes and 2 hrs per day for teaching preparation, plus breaks). Maximum 20 teaching hours per week.
* The main teaching subject is English but you can teach extra subject’s e.g. music, sports and computer’s if you are interested.
* You can also help support the children and the school in any other subjects that you feel is of benefit to them.
Our supporting timeline to you as our teacher volunteer: See the description below.
- Certificate from Thai government school – reference from the school director.
- One special trip during the period of volunteering.
- One bicycle for you to travel around the school’s area.
- Free accommodation on the school grounds with wifi.
- Local sim card with the internet
- Three meals per day
As our trainee teacher, we will take you to visit some interesting places that generally do not show up on tourist trails.
Trip I : Prachuap Khiri Khan Province
This trip is a delightfully relaxed place for you to visit which includes a lot of things going on around the town. The highlight of this province is Hua Hin . Hua Hin is located at the sunrise side of the city and it is not far from the beach and the clean white sands. Night markets are open daily to serve you up a feast for the eyes and stomach. You can also see Mrigadayavan Palace which was commissioned by King Vajiravudh to serve as his holiday villa and designed by an Italian architect.
Trip II: Kanchanaburi Province
During this period, the raining season is coming to the end and Thailands cooler winter season begins. You will enjoy the weather and sightseeing at The Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall and Erawan National waterfall in Kanchanaburi. These have been popular destination for many years, particularly during the rainy season where the water levels show them at their best. Ones of the attractions is the tall limestone walls and dense forest that surround the area.
Trip III: Suphanburi Province
Visit San Chao Pho Lak Mueang shrine in Suphanburi Province. The shrine was rebuilt as an edifice in Chinese style, housing a Mahayana Buddhist bas relief of Bodhisattra Avalokitesvara. On the full moon day of the 7th Chinese lunar month, the shrine has support from Chinese Association which hosts an alms-offering ceremony for the poor. and visit Old Sam Chuk Market along Tha-Chin River. This Chinese community and old-fashioned market with wooden shop houses remains in Thai original style and is over a century old.
Special trip for 5 days in Chiang Rai Province
During this time, considered Thai winter, you will visit the ‘Golden Triangle’ a famous attraction of Chiang Rai where you will spend your time amongst beautiful scenery with many interesting sites including the Doi Tung Palace (Pra Tamnak Doi tung), the Mae Fa Luang Garden and Akha and Muser tribal villages. After that you will visit Phu Chi Fah where the cool climate produces colorful flowering shrubs and large meadows. From high above the province you can enjoy breathtaking views of Laos. In addition, spectacular scenery can be seen from the sheer cliff of Phu Chi Fa, especially the sea of mist at sunrise.