The Chatteris Educational Foundation is a registered non-profit charitable organisation that was founded in Hong Kong in 1990.
Its primary goals are:
Chatteris works in partnership with schools in Hong Kong to sponsor recent graduates from native-English-speaking countries around the world to work with local students. Accepted candidates are placed in schools throughout Hong Kong to teach English as a global language and experience a year of professional and personal development. Candidates with native-speaking English competency will also be considered.
To learn more about Chatteris, please browse our website and our Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/chatteriseducationalfoundation
To see our status as a registered charity in Hong Kong please click here.
In June and July 2014, Chatteris will be conducting online seminars (or webinars). These webinars are an opportunity for applicants to meet our current graduates working in Hong Kong, ask questions and receive information about the programme.
Recruitment for 2014 – 2015 Programme Year is Now Open!
Chatteris International Graduate Programme Update
In the last month of the programme, CNETs continued demonstrating their commitment to their students by putting together English Days, goodbye parties, and special events like karaoke and an ‘upcycling’ craft workshop. After school, the Chatteris Social and Cultural Activities finished strong with the Kung Fu workshop. CNETs learned some moves from three masters (including one CNET!) and practised with one another.
A group of resilient CNETs took part in a dragon boat race in early May under the name ‘Row Hard or Row Home.’ While they didn’t emerge with the top title, they did better than any other Chatteris dragon boat team in history. Well done, team! To see a video of the team in all their glory, please click here.
The programme year finished with an awards ceremony and celebratory buffet. CNETs have a variety of future plans including travelling, studying for postgrad degrees, continuing to teach, pursuing other career fields, returning home, staying in Hong Kong, and moving up to senior roles in Chatteris. Wherever they go and whatever they do, we wish them all the best!