Step by Step

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Step by Step Primary School in Nansana is located at walking distance from the UPA guesthouse (+/- 5 min). The school counts about 240 children aged 3-12 (nursery and P1-P7). Volunteers will be placed according to where they are needed. It is also possible that lessons or classes will be shared with multiple teachers.

Because Step by Step is a school, it prefers volunteers to arrive one week before the start of semesters. That way volunteers can have the opportunity to be introduced to the school and to the teaching methods used.

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Step by Step Primary school

PROJECT CODE:   UPA/MLTV 07

 

Background The school was established in February 2007. Since then it recruited 13 teachers and there are about 200 pupils from the age of 4-13.  The school is non-governmental institution and has no financier
Aim Improve literacy and give the  volunteer a feel of the education system in Uganda
Activities  
  • Teach children of the age 4-12 years
  • Play games with children for example sports.
Volunteer task 
  • Mainly to teach Math and English
  • Play games and sports with children.
  • Music, dance and drama
Volunteer qualities
  • Experience in teaching desirable but not necessary
  • Affinity to children
  • Adaptable to local teaching culture  in Uganda
Holiday December-February , April-May and August-September
Rating Low Medium High
Educational X
Practical X
Room for new initiatives X
Emotional challenging X
Work load X
Rating by  Volunteers
Working hours The volunteer will work from 08.00 to 16.00. Monday to Friday
Transport It is a Walking distance and takes 10 minutes to get there from UPA guest house
Accommodation UPA Guesthouse in Nansana
Comments from UPA A volunteer will teach and also be able to engage in other volunteer projects since teaching will be for only 3 hours, or specific days agreed at the project.
Communication Most of the children at the age of 7-12 will be able to speak English. The teachers at the school speak English
Past Volunteers From Japan, Netherland, Korea, Spain and Denmark

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