Programmes

During term breaks we run overseas teaching training programmes in Uganda and India. Upon returning, we establish links between classrooms in order to highlight the diversity of cultures and teaching, in the hope that everyone can become a global citizen. Our programs are incredible, free (besides the flight & Visa) and designed by our in-house travel and education specialists . We’ve been managing these programs for almost 10 years and have made visible, sustainable improvements in both our UK schools and those in India and Uganda.

What is Global Learning?

Impact Teachers provides opportunities for teachers to experience global issues first hand by participating in overseas trips which opens their eyes to the world around them as well as impacting the education of thousands in India and Uganda. Participating teachers return to their UK classrooms and schools to share their experiences and encourage Global Learning with…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 7

Day 8: The next day, I decided to dress in my salwaar kameez again while we finished packing. The girls of the group got dressed in Saris after breakfast and as I didn’t have a sari for myself as I only bought one for my mother, one of the Teachers kindly offered me hers and helped me put…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 6

Day 6: On Wednesday we had an assortment of foods at breakfast- eggs and hot noodles as well as the usual jam and toast, not forgetting tea and coffee. My colleague Rob ate 10 pieces of toast to replace the usual 10-12 Weetabix he usually eats at home! I found this shocking if a little hilarious!…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 5

Day 5: On Tuesday, we woke up to a lovely breakfast. I had eggs, some lovely tomato sauce with toast and a strong instant coffee. The weather was inviting and warm but growing hotter still by the minute. After we had eaten we drove in a Teacher’s car to Purnea School.  It was a bumpy…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 4

Day 3: We proceeded to travel to the compound from the Bihar station. It was cold, rainy and slightly wind; the drizzle made the atmosphere grey but I spotted some cows relaxing along the road, completely unfazed by the weather. We took a cab to the school and the rest of the group managed to…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 3

Days 1 & 2: After leaving home at 9am, I had checked in at rainy Heathrow by 10:20. The queue for Air India was lengthy and the passenger luggage was bursting out of control. I waited for my friend Roshni and her mother at the terminal and soon enough the check-in system crashed and there…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 2

So it’s the final week before the trip starts and all I can think about is the metallic taste of these malaria tablets- they taste like small Dettol infused with metal. They kind of invade your mouth until you swallow them and no matter how hard I try I cannot swallow them quickly enough. I…

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Idman’s BEN Experience- Entry 1

Namaste! Ms Tamuly Firstly, here’s Impact’s Fun Fact #1- the hottest recorded spice ever eaten was eaten by a 26 year old Indian mother who ate 51 of the world’s hottest chilli’s in just two minutes. Kids, please do not try this at home! The woman, Ms Tamuly said she ‘’felt terrible’’ due to the…

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