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Teaching English Program

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  • Supporting local schools through English language training
  • Discovery of the Balinese culture by immersion in the local communities
  • Teamwork with local coordinators and volunteers from around the world

Program description

With Bali’s rapidly expanding tourism industry, the demand for local English speakers has never been greater. Children may have the opportunity to learn English at school, however this is usually taught by a local Balinese teacher and thus the children never really get to practice their conversational skills or hear native English speakers. Balinese children are extremely eager to learn and are an absolute joy to teach. On this project, you will be spending about one to two hours each morning preparing lessons and around three hours in the afternoon teaching at a local elementary or high school. It is entirely up to you what you decide to teach, however there is a general syllabus for you to follow and examples of what previous participants have taught for you to continue with.


The aim of this project is to show students that learning English is fun and you are always encouraged to be creative with your methods of teaching – through games, songs, art, sport and music. If you are new to teaching, you may wish to team up with other fellow participants, as two to three teachers in the classroom often works well with regard to confidence building and gaining greater control of the class whose enthusiasm often spills over into great excitement! Your role is to encourage and inspire, but most importantly for teachers and students alike to enjoy the experience.




On Monday after early morning breakfast, the lesson plans are drawn. This will consist of preparing lessons which could be on various educational subjects or something you would like to teach the children. After lunch, you would set out to the local school and teach them the lessons which you are already prepared with. Later in the evening, return back to the center to give us your feedback on your first day of teaching.


Tuesday to Friday

From Tuesday to Friday, after you complete your early morning breakfast, you can work on developing lesson plans for each day for a couple of hours. After lunch, you can then leave to your assigned school to work with the students who will be eagerly waiting for you. Once you teach them the lessons you have prepared for them and engage in a few activities, then you can return to your accommodation and have dinner.

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Where is your project

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Included in the price

  • Airport pick-up at Denpasar International Airport (DPS) on Sunday from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm
  • Accommodation (in shared rooms for 4 to 8 people)
  • 3 meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) on weekdays and 2 meals (breakfast, dinner) on weekends
  • Project support and training
  • 24-hour emergency assistance

Not included in the price

  • Flights
  • Insurance
  • Visa
  • Airport pick-up outside of the NGOVisa schedule

Your accommodation

the Accommodation

The accommodation is located in Pejeng Kaja which has shared rooms for participants including all facilities as well as enough space for them to interact and enjoy their time in Bali. There are two centers in Pejeng which are specially furnished for the participants’ accommodation namely Santi Rahayu and Melati.

 it will take about 15-30 minutes by car to reach the center of Ubud depending on the traffic.There are grocery shops in the village and 24 hours mini-marts are available in Ubud center.



Additional information


Indonesian food is tasty and diverse and you can expect to experience a myriad of flavours and meals during your stay. Typical dishes included Mie Goreng (fried noodles and vegetables), Nasi Goreng (fried rice and vegetables) or Gado Gado (mixed vegetables with a satay sauce). For those who do not eat meat, Indonesian cooking uses a lot of tofu and tempeh (soybeans), some western dishes would also be available. Breakfasts are varied and include pancakes, fresh fruit, toast etc. Tea, coffee and purified water are available at the house. We do not recommend drinking tap water.


To participate to the program with children in Bali

  • Minimum age: 18
  • Minimum English level: Basic
  • Copy ofCRB 
  • Passport copy 
A deposit of 300 € must be paid 7 days after sending your reservation and then the balance must be sent to us no more than 12 weeks before the start of your project.
For stays in less than 12 weeks: the full amount must be paid to confirm the reservation. 


A 50% deposit is required for booking. Balance payment is due 4 weeks prior to departure. In case of cancellation before start date, all fees will be refunded, except the deposit. In case of cancellation after start date, there will be no refund.


Our partner NGO offers a secure environment and a local team who takes care of the volunteers and manages all the logistics on their missions. 


Since 1998, they have been offering the opportunity to participate in solidarity programs from education to support and development of local communities, through wildlife and environmental conservation.


Their values: we are not passive viewers, we encourage a hands-on approach. The missions require active participation and a real engagement of the participants. 


Teaching English Program
From 790 EUR

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