Haga click aquí para la versión en Español Adam Weston arrived in Arequipa during May 2016 and not only stayed for 4 months as lead teacher of our Monkey class but enjoyed it so much he decided to stay for another 4 months as the Communications and Media Assistant. Having recently arrived back in the … Continue reading What Just Happened? Adam’s Story
Haga click aquí para la versión en Español We’ve been very lucky to have had some dedicated and long-serving members of staff over the years. But none come close to one awesome member of the team who we have to say goodbye to (for now at least!) as she embarks on a new challenge. Yes, … Continue reading HOOP Hero: Cindy!
Haga click aquí para la versión en Español With the new school year, Beth Thomas our new Academic Coordinator for the first half of 2017 tells us all about herself, her work with HOOP up until now and what she’s looking forward to during the new school year. Hello Beth, can you tell us a … Continue reading New Year, New Start
Haga click aquí para la versión en Español Hi everyone, I´m Becci, 22 years old, from Germany and currently studying International Social Work. In March 2016 I went to Arequipa to spend a semester at a local partner university. As part of my semester abroad I had to work once a week at an organization, … Continue reading The internship that helped me cross boundaries
Haga click aquí para la versión en Español At HOOP we started the year with lots of plans, ideas and energy. A vital part of what we plan to do in Arequipa will come out of our social area and that’s the reason why we talked to our Social Worker Coordinator, Tamara Martínez, to find … Continue reading Our Social Work Team kick off with new plans and ideas
Haga click aquí para la versión en Español George Fairhurst a volunteer teacher from the Isle of Wight, England is currently half way through a placement year as part of his undergraduate degree. He spent 4 months with HOOP last year teaching both Manatee and Leopard classes. Sit back and enjoy as he tells you … Continue reading From the Isle of Wight to Arequipa: George’s Story