My name is Hannah Chambers, and in 2016, I was selected by the charity Project Trust to take part in the incredible opportunity of going on a 12 month overseas teaching placement in India. As it is for a year I will be able to fully immerse myself in the culture and the community.
This means that in August 2017 I will be flying to India as a Project Trust volunteer!
I am blogging about this experience to take you on my journey from start to end.
And if you would like to donate, click here:
Disclaimer: This website/blog is personal and written by Hannah Chambers. As such the views expressed here are those of Hannah Chambers and not those of Project Trust.
Author Archives: hannahsyearinindia
Early this morning we arrived back to Ongole from our seven week travel around India. The travel has been absolutely amazing and has made me love India even more. Each place is totally different, each with its own culture and … Continue reading
This Sunday was a school trip to a garden and swimming pool with 1st to 5th class (over 300 students). This meant almost all of my students would be there and they had all been asking me if I was … Continue reading
On the 26th of January (I know, this blog is late) was republic day. This marks the date (26th January) that the Indian Constitution came into force. We were joined by Bharavi and Fra – the Project Trust India representative … Continue reading
Due to there being a big Hindu festival, the school got 10 days holiday! For this holiday we were joined by 5 other girls from projects near us, Molly, Eilidh and Abbie from Tangatur and Katie and Luana from Pernamitta. … Continue reading
A VERY belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone. I though seeing as its not every year that you spend Christmas and new year in India I should fill you in on what I have been up … Continue reading
We have decided to set up a secondary project thanks to the funds raised for our project at the Class of 2017 mums and friends get together. The Beetle Drive and raffle that Gillian set up and her amazing generosity, (Who … Continue reading