Another aspect, which makes our Institute unique, is the arrival of volunteers from England, who volunteer their services to teach for six months at a time. These volunteers mainly teach the junior classes and it an enriching experience both for the volunteers and our children. The Volunteers also actively help organise extracurricular activities, such as the Duke of Edinburgh (IYAP) and teach music to our children.
The Institute has been fortunate to have had volunteers to helping the conduct of extra-Curricular activities, especially the D.E.A.S, as well as in the teaching of English in the junior classes. GAP has been very helpfully sending us trained volunteers from England since 1993. They have made a significant difference to the pupil’s proficiency in the English language, to their general awareness and their skills in non-academic facilities.
The IAYP (International Award for Young People) formerly known as the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme, is actively followed by many pupils. Award activities include Hiking and camping in the hills. Every year the students participating in the scheme have to go on a Hiking trek.