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The Impact: Schools, Teachers and Pupils.


Primary and Secondary Schools’ pupils have improved their English in a real language speaking environment.


Anglophone undergraduates and graduates who visit us every year to teach English in Peruvian schools.


Peruvian Teachers of English have been exposed to anglophone cultures, trained and assessed by VolunTeach Peru.


Partner schools in the cities of Lima, Huaraz, Piura, Chiclayo, Tumbes, Arequipa, Cajamarca and Tarapoto.


Ambassadors promoting our programmes in universities in the UK and abroad.


Years of meaningful experience working in the ELT and Education fields.



Sarah Gold, Durham University

“Taking part in the VolunTeach Peru teaching assistant programme has been a fantastic experience that I would recommend to everyone! I spent a month teaching children aged five to 16 in a school in Lima. I loved organizing different activities for the pupils and helping them learn an authentic English. Staying with a host family was also invaluable as I had the opportunity to improve my Spanish”.

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Jonathan Hardman, University of Liverpool

“VTP was an enlightening, educational and overall extremely beneficial experience- both from a life experience perspective and educationally. he teaching side was an interesting idea for me. As someone who is considering teaching as profession, it was an ideal experience. I cannot recommend the program highly enough, a fantastic and life-changing opportunity and I would do almost anything to go back”.


Poppy Holt, St. Andrews University

“VTP is brilliant. It really helps the participating schools – students and teachers alike – to learn more about British culture which is worlds apart from Peru. The school that I was put into was in Huaraz up in the mountains. It was the most beautiful place I had ever seen”.


William Carter, Oxford University

“I was drawn to VTP because it had fantastic student reviews. Living with a family was guaranteed to improve my Spanish – now partially Peruvian flavoured – and I was attracted to the sustainability and genuine cultural exchange aspect of the project. I really got the chance to learn about Peru first hand. Reassured by the lovely VTP team I felt confident setting off to Peru”.