Adapt San Pedro

Coordinator for this Project is Carol Beech.

The School Monitors Project started in November 2010 when some of the schools in San Pedro approached ADAPT looking for English-speaking volunteers to support the teaching of English within the schools.

The call went out to all ADAPT members and the project now has 16 volunteers, plus two coordinators who also ‘fill-in’ when volunteers are unable to attend a class.  The schools involved in the project are Los Pinos, Las Esperanzas and Maspalomasj, which are all located in San Pedro and Nuestra Senora del Carmen School in Lo Pagan.

All our volunteers enjoy this very rewarding experience and the teachers really appreciate the support in the classroom.

If you would like to know more about this project, then please Email the Secretary directly by clicking here in the first instance.

Latest Posts

  • Thank you to School Monitors

    This delightful video was made by English teachers at Los Pinos primary school in San Pedro as a way of thanking our school monitors for their work.

    14th March 2019
  • Easter Lunch

    Ten of the seventeen ADAPT School Project volunteers met for our annual Easter lunch on April 14th in the Asia Restaurant in San Javier. It was a lovely, ...

    20th April 2016
  • Cultural Experiences

    As well as helping children in the schools with English, our monitors also enjoy sharing and exchanging cultural experiences and traditions and in ...

    31st March 2016
  • Hallowe’en

    The School Monitors Project has just added two new monitors to our team and we will soon be helping students in 30 classes in the schools in San Pedro/Lo ...

    30th December 2015
  • Registration

    On 1st July, the ADAPT school monitors were welcomed in a ceremony at the San Pedro Town Hall for their registration as Voluntarios in the primary schools ...

    29th August 2015
  • Back to School with Adapt

    Many children have to go to school in San Pedro without the basic proper equipment, we are not in a position to help financially with their school books, ...

    29th August 2015