United World Schools has been working with Kings Education since 2015. After two successful years of fundraising, Kings Education have embarked on its most ambitious target yet to build a brand new school in Cambodia.
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The ‘Rongol Malliers’, including Thomas, Caleb and David are fundraising on behalf of United World Schools as part of the 2017 Mongol Rally.
Though we teach students the national language in all our schools, in Cambodia and Myanmar we work with ethnic-minority groups for whom these languages are not the mother tongue.
Forget Ultimate Hell Week – Churcher’s College take on Hell Down South for UWS Mude
As the new year gets underway, we reflect on some of our highlights of 2016, as well as some of the things we’re looking forward to in 2017.
Sign up to the Giving Machine in time for Black Friday and 5% of your online shopping costs will be donated on your behalf to UWS. Shopping just got charitable!
Earlier this month, SJI school in Singapore hosted a Cambodian Cultural Evening to raise money and awareness for their partner UWS Koh Chreum School. The evening was a great success, and included presentations from Cambodian Ambassador, His Excellency, Mr Cheth Narem, as well as UWS founder Chris Howarth. Here’s what one of the teachers leading the partnership had to say about the evening.
Molly Windust is leading South Hampstead High School’s partnership with UWS. Here, she talks about Month 33 during which the school will be aiming to raise enough money to build a new UWS school in Cambodia.
We continue to be inspired by the imaginative ways in which UWS supporters fundraise for our schools. We have also seen that this hard work is not something that has to forfeit on the ‘fun’. If you’d like to get involved, but are feeling in need of some inspiration, here is a quick round up of our favourite, fun, and very feasible fundraising activities to incorporate into your home, workplace and local community.
A School Partnership with UWS should create opportunities for students to have fun and find exciting ways to engage others. This was certainly the case at Churcher’s College on the 10th June when the school held a Summer Fayre for their UWS School in Nepal. The stalls were imaginatively created by students and form tutors and included water slides, limbo, splat the teacher, hungry hippos, the ice bucket challenge and dizzy penalties.