Only 720€ per week!
Work as an assistant teacher in a leading kindergarten and support the children with special needs to succeed in education.
You will be working with kids who are between 2.5 to 6 years. Since the education system in Maldives facilitates inclusive education, from the kindergarten level, children with special needs are mixed with other children in each class to provide equal opportunities to education. Your task would be to provide special education for these children and raise their knowledge.
Our program offers you the opportunity to work at the biggest kindergarten in the Maldives. Even though this kindergarten is operated by a private organization under the permission of the government, it provides free education for some underprivileged students.This includes children with special needs, who are incorporated into mainstream education. In the kindergarten, you will be able to find hyperactive students as well as children with autism. Since inclusive education is relatively a new concept, a few teachers are trained with special education. So, your task would be to use their skills in special education to provide better educational opportunities for children with special needs. Since Friday is an official holiday for Maldivians, on Fridays you will work at the beach by actively taking part in the beach cleaning. This is due to the increasing pollution taking place at the beach due to high tourist activity.
To provide better opportunities for children with special needs to obtain education and to engage them in activities through which they can improve.
Your typical tasks during the week would include,
Note: This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.
Minimum age: –
Maximum age: –
Minimum English level: Basic
CRB required: On Signup
Passport copy required: On Signup
Resume copy required: No
Required qualification: None
There are no specific requirements.
This little artificial island located in the Kaafu Atoll in Maldives was created with the vision of transforming it to an urban city which would be a haven for the increasing population of the country. At present, it is one of the best locations of the country providing higher standards of living to its residents. Another reason for the popularity of this island is due to its close proximity to the capital of Maldives, Male. Hence, you will be able to buy most of the things that are required for you to have a great time during your stay in Maldives.
You will be accommodated in our center which is few meters away from the ocean. A refrigerator will also be there to place extra food/ beverages that you want to store.
The meals would mainly include typical Maldivian food. Purified water will also be available throughout your stay.
Hulhumale city has super markets where you will be able to buy most of the things you may require. In addition, ATMs are also available for you to withdraw money.
No scheduled activities outside the program.
In Hulhumale, some of the famous sights visited by the tourists are the newly reclaimed area and the heritage island where you can visit the Central park and the BBQ area.
In Male city, you can visit the Rasfannu beach, the fish market, the local market Sultan Park and the Museum and the Islamic Center.
From this location we do not provide free transport to other locations.
Name: Republic of Maldives
Population: approx. 373 362
Currency: Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR)
Time zone: UTC +5
The Republic of Maldives is a chain of islands located in the Indian Ocean. Compared to other South Asian countries, Maldives is the smallest, and spans around ninety thousand square kilometers. It also bears the smallest population among the Asian countries. Maldivians mainly practice Islam. Even the legal system of the country is shaped by their practice of Islam.
Due to the stretch of atolls, Maldives is also considered as one of the most dispersed countries in the world. It has a total of 26 atolls. Your visit to this country will be a memorable experience as you will be lucky to enjoy in the golden beaches and crystal waters, travel from island to island and experience the unique lifestyle of the Maldivians.
Maldives has a tropical monsoon climate, and it is also popular for its rich variety of coral reefs and diverse range of fish, whales, dolphins and other forms of sea life. Due to these reasons, Maldives has become one of the top attractions among travellers worldwide.
Maldives has a tropical monsoon climate. That being said, the climate in Maldives can be divided into two main weather patterns namely, dry and wet seasons. Even though the weather is categorized into two seasons, the temperature throughout the year changes very little. However, the dry season exists from January to around April.
Due to the proximity of this country to South India and Sri Lanka, the culture of Maldives has been influenced by the cultural patterns of these two countries. Particularly, music and dancing has been influenced by India and language has been influenced by Sri Lanka to a certain extent. Like any other Asian countries, nationals of Maldives respect elders while following the Islamic way of living.
In addition, since the descent of the Maldivians can be traced back to several countries such as Sri Lanka, India, Africa, and Arab countries, the culture represents some characteristics of these countries as well.
During the month of May or June, Maldivians celebrate the Ramzan festival. The actual dates and the time of the festival may vary depending on the Islamic lunar calendar. This is the largest religious festival celebrated in Maldives. This festival spans for 30 days and during this time all Muslim citizens fast during the day. During this festival they celebrate the revelation of the Quran to prophet Muhammad by God.
Maldives gained independence from the British on the 26th July, 1965. Since then, Maldivians celebrate their independence day marked by parades and national events.
In the month of September, Maldivians celebrate a festival named Eid-ul Al’haa which is also named as the festival of sacrifice. The actual date on which the festival is celebrated may vary depending on the calendar.
Seaplanes are one of the quick and easiest ways to travel to resorts from the airport.
Travelling from island to another can easily be done by one of the speed boats or ferries.
Taxis are available in the major cities where a good network of roads is available.
In the main city there is a bus service which operates every 30 minutes to take you around.