English Language Programme

Catch up remedial classes target to improve learning outcomes for girls who often face gender-related barriers to participation in education. The specialized, flexible and adapted instruction offered outside a classroom not only improves learning outcomes but also improves their self-confidence and self-esteem and enhances their chances of continuing their studies and their path of educational success

Our participatory, multicultural and accessible English Language programmes help our beneficiaries to become proficient in English, which is the official language of instruction and communication in our schools and the camps in general. It has also been pivotal in promoting harmonious co-existence of people from different backgrounds within the camps and is widely considered to be a necessary skill in being able to secure a good education, a job, and livelihood.


  • An effective Protection tool for Persons of concern (POCs)as beneficiaries can express themselves without the use of an intermediary or interpreter. This promotes confidentiality and proper comprehension and articulation of the issues at hand and intervention measures required.
  • Beneficiaries are exposed to basic life skills such as good interpersonal skills, conflict management, entrepreneurial skills, HIV/AIDS Education among others as they learn English.
  • Improved academic performance/achievement for both teachers and learners. This can be attributed to the fact that teaching and learning instruction in WIK schools is in English. Both internal and external exams that our students are subjected to are also set in English. School going children who access English Language classes are therefore able to follow lessons in schools.