A tidy up with a difference (by Redearth volunteer, Kate)

Since returning from the most incredible year with Redearth in Uganda, I have been reflecting on the impact I have made and the impact on my own work as a special educational needs teacher.   One of the stand-out experiences of the year has been supporting Masindi Centre for the Handicapped as they improve their … More A tidy up with a difference (by Redearth volunteer, Kate)

Saying Goodbye

 Supported by REd Teachers. The year with our two incredible volunteers, Kate and Lydia, has absolutely flown by. This August, the Redearth Education team celebrated a fantastic year of successes and achievements, and said goodbye as Lydia and Kate headed back to the UK. In September 2016, Kate and Lydia arrived in Masindi to begin … More Saying Goodbye

Meeting Meghshala in India

We’ve been in India meeting with the inspiring Meghshala, a non-profit based in Bangalore working to improve teaching and learning in Indian schools. Like Redearth Education, Meghshala believes that curiosity and fun are integral parts of any classroom, and are crucial elements to life-long learning. Meghshala designs fun, engaging lessons that guide pupils to become curious … More Meeting Meghshala in India

Discussing bilingual literacy in Bangalore

Our Directors, Lynne and Ronnie, have been in India meeting with the incredible organisations Efundu Guru and Meghashala. It was a great learning experience, sharing insights into bilingual early year reading, and looking at works from both an Indian context as well as Ugandan context by Paul Sutherland, Founder of Utopia Foundation. Like Redearth Education, Efundu.guru believes … More Discussing bilingual literacy in Bangalore