Ban Prang Mu School Workcamp

Ban Prang Mu School Workcamp

In het kort:

Soort werk
Kinderen, Taalcursus
5 t/m 18 juni
Sustainable Development Goals
4. Kwaliteitsonderwijs
Aantal deelnemers

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1- Give non-formal English classes and other fun activities with the students 2- Create teaching materials for teacher and kids 3- Activities with villagers: cleaning the temple area, sport activities, homemade cooking dessert ** We’ll keep you update 1 months or 2 weeks before the camp starts for a more detailed schedule** ** You will be supervised by a DaLaa coordinator that will be the link between the volunteers’ team and the local school. ** We will try to mix Thai volunteers and international from different countries but we cannot guarantee it. We will keep you informed during and after your application.

Accommodatie en maaltijden

Volunteers will sleep in the classroom. There will be simple mats, pillow and mosquito net. You will need to bring your sleeping bag and a small mattress. There are basic toilets, showers and a kitchen at the school canteen. The teachers and villagers will help the volunteers to cook. Local people eat rice (or noodles) 3 times a day with side dishes like curries, omelets, local leaves and vegetables. Volunteers will be welcome to cook their own food using the ingredients available there. (No oven, only a gas and woks or pans).


The volunteers should be ready to stay in a local area, to adapt to the local conditions with only basic facilities. Very few local people are able to speak in English. Volunteers should be able to be with the kids and prepare some games and material for teaching.


• Laundry: expect to hand-wash your clothes • Water supply and electricity: available • Internet/phone access: there are WIFI at school and mobile phone network is available • Phatthalung city is just 5 km away. It has a hospital, ATM, and market. • Hat Yai, the main city of South Thailand is 1.5 hours by mini bus from Phatthalung. • Clothes worn in the village: You will be living in the school area with elderly people and children around so it is appropriate that you dress modestly, for example no short skirts or shorts too far above the knees. Also women should wear tops that cover their shoulders. If you go to waterfall on holidays, bikini is not appropriate to swim. Please wear a short and a top instead. You will learn more about Thai culture at the introduction day so please don’t worry too much. You will quickly learn when it best to dress more informally and when it is important to cover up • Language: only very few people in the village can speak good English. Learning basic Thai and body language will be necessary. • Few things not to forget: Flash light, mosquito repellent (nature friendly if possible), light long sleeves clothes, closed shoes and flip flops, rain jacket, hat, something to show your culture, teaching material, food, pictures, games, music,… your motivation and beautiful smiles. • You are given 1 or 2 free day(s) during the 2 weeks and plenty of free time in the evening that can be spent on daily meetings or building group dynamic by playing various games, discussion. Personal expenditure on camp holiday is covered by volunteers themselves.


Ban Prang Mu School Workcamp




Soort werk






Aantal vrijwilligers



18 t/m 99 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

฿ 9000 (Thaise baht)


Sustainable Development Goal

Het inschrijfgeld voor dit project bedraagt € 295, exclusief € 50 studentenkorting.
Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van ฿ 9.000. (Ca. € 248)