About our school
What we do and how
We provide education for students aged between 6 to 18yrs who typically come from farming and fishing backgrounds.
We have approximately 150 students who attend either morning or afternoon classes Monday to Friday.
Our students love to attend classes and they are appreciative and passionate about the opportunity.
We supply text and workbooks, study and writing materials, library books, computer access, and clean drinking water.
Being located in Siem Reap and the tourist area of Angkor Wat, learning English, basic computer skills, and gaining heritage awareness provides increased pathways to better-earning potentials and reduction in poverty.
Read below for further information about specific services we offer.
We work with our community to meet local need, some examples of this are:
building a house for a struggling family
the building or repairing well systems as part of the safe and clean water hygiene program
joining the community to assist building roads, public hall and a health centre
giving of cows, chickens, ducks and fish to families in need
providing bicycles for students
helping people to find work in the city
scholarships for higher studies
organic farming program
making donations to support elders in need after natural disasters such as flooding or fire
supporting people to the hospital
supporting students to meet family commitments through child care
We work with our students and community to provide:
computer skills training
English language lessons
education program for Vipassana of Buddhist culture
teaching villagers about the effects on a community through social violence and drug/alcohol abuse
providing school uniforms
an in-house Teacher Training program
music involvement and appreciation
personal and domestic hygiene at basic levels including hand washing, tooth brushing, etc
land mine awareness (class exursions to land mine museum)
cultural heritage awareness (class exursions to Angkor Wat)
Our approach in the classrooms and in our villages is based on Community Development principles. We are committed to contributing to Cambodia's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's) in particular:
Good Health and Wellbeing;
Clean Water and Sanitation;
Decent Work and Economic Growth;
Sustainable Cities and Communities.
We invite you to learn more, partner with us, donate, share your specialist skills and/or volunteer with us, and help make a difference in the lives of local students and villagers.