Interns- Wonderful Experience.

I am Sophia Malinovskaya from Russia. I came to Mary’s School to do my internship in Teaching English to the rural poor children. It was a great experience to be in Mary`s school as an English teacher. I came to spend 6 weeks teaching children and stayed for more than 2 months. These 2 months time was priceless for me as it gave me a unique experience and also realize my teaching skills . I grew up in my professional skills and I grew up as a person too. I understood that children can teach you too – teach how to be positive and easy-going, how to be grateful with what you have and how to be passionate about new knowledge. I brought a piece of my culture to the classroom and my students did the same for me. And I am so grateful for that. This experience gave me better understanding of Indian culture and its values. I believe that my presence here made little changes for school and its pupils. If my children remember my lessons and that will make them more passionate for learning new things, I`ll be happy to see my aims achieved.

I`ve travelled to some beautiful places in India. I was lucky to have Wendy – other intern from China – as a friend and co-worker for a month. I wish to come back one day again to see the school and my children grown up as persons and students!

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Dear Friends!!

We have two new volunteers!!!!
They are Mane and Paloma from Chile!!!
They will be with us for three months.
We are very happy to have them with us and they are giving us the best of their hearts.

Mane is a physio therapist and Paloma is an environmental engineer. Both are teaching English and sciences to kids of 6 to 11 years old.

They are doing a really nice job and they are enjoy their time here.

The children are enjoying their time with them too and they are learning about Chile and South America.


We will have pictures of them soon!!!



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new angels in tindivanam


From the 1st of September, in Tindivanam, their volunteer job started Anna and Julia from Poland. They start teaching kids from 8 years old to 12 years old. The most important subjects they were talking about was:

  • Plans and Dreams about Future
  • The Magic of Travelling
  • How can I protect Nature?
  • What differences are between ours Countries?
  • Using English to help tourist
  • Using English in every situations in ours life.

…and a lot more 🙂

There is a special relation between children and Angles. They are not only teachers and students but they are also friends. Lessons are not only lessons but they are turned into conversations. It’s about understanding and supporting… It’s about being there for each other.

See pictures of work’s Anna and Julia!

Enjoy with us 🙂

drawing...! :) Anna with the students Anse Cabanse game lunch break Beautiful girls on the break :) Julia is playing Anse Cabanse! playing writting Julia with students Pure Beauty Summer Camp Julia is checking...:) writting on the lesson lunch break lunch break  "I'm going to the school!" DSC_3973 DSC_3590 DSC_3741


Now, girls are looking for donations for furniture (desks and benches)  which are very important and it’s and urgent but not expensive need… Everyone who is interested in helping, please contact us! They are doing their best because theirs interships almost finished…:(
The group of Mary’s Angels is getting bigger… Paloma and Marianne from Chile just joined Julia and Anna :).

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New Video!

Check out Mary’s new video, now up on Youtube and our fundraising platforms!

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New Video

Check out Mary’s new video, now up on Youtube and our fundraising platforms!

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Construction has begun!

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Construction on completing Narelle Block has started! As some of you may know, this project is imperative to the survival of Mary’s School. For those that do not- the government of Tamil Nadu has passed legislation creating restrictions on private schools (which Mary’s is classified as); the school cannot be in more than one location, as the NGO is currently. In order to renew our license to be recognized by the government of the state, the six new classrooms have to be completed. Then, Mary’s School will be able to conduct all of its classes in one location!
As of yet, we have not received funding for this project. Due to rising parental concerns over the quality of the current classrooms, the Principal and Correspondent had to make the tough decision to pull money from their own pockets. This is a call to anyone who can spare just a little money to help cover the costs! Here are links to more information about the project and easy ways to donate:


Anything helps! Thank you so much for the consideration!

– Brianne, the current intern

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Brighten children’s lives!!

Brighten children's  lives!!

Come to Mary’s Matric School in Tindivanam, and volunteer to teach needy children.
If you are creative and open minded this is a great opportunity for you.

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