Children listen in a classroom

English teachers in primary and secondary schools in Hà Nội will be invited to take part in this training programme encouraging the introduction of climate content in the classroom through project-based learning.

Selected teachers will join a 12-hour course on the NILE platform consisting of modules on planning classroom projects that integrate drama and storytelling, plus live sessions on Zoom and face-to-face. Teachers will showcase their learnings and the work of their students at a one-day conference in Hà Nội. A Resource Pack containing lesson plans and projects created throughout the programme will be compiled and shared with teachers across Viet Nam. 

About the collaborators

NILE is a specialist language-teacher education institution which offers courses and consultancy for language education professionals in Norwich, UK, and worldwide. Since 1995, we have trained over 70,000 teachers from over 70 different countries, both face-to-face and through our award-winning NILE Online courses. The programmes range from short specialist courses to Cambridge CELTA and Delta and a modular MA specially designed for ELT professionals.  

Atlantic Five-Star English is a Vietnamese-owned language teaching organisation in Hanoi. Our mission is to help make high-quality English language education accessible to every student in Vietnam. Atlantic operates two language centres and multiple school partnership programmes at Primary, Secondary and High School levels. Since 2018, we have worked with more than 50 state schools and more than 30,000 students across all our programmes.  

How to take part 

Final Conference 

Date and time: 08.00–11.45, Sunday 10 December 2023
Venue: Ngo Si Lien Secondary School, 27 Ham Long Street, Hang Bai, Hoan Kiem District, Ha Noi (maplink)

The conference will include a plenary session from David Farmer, a NILE trainer and international expert on using drama in the classroom to build learners' confidence and communication. This will be followed by breakout sessions from local teachers who will share the projects they have done with their classes. These teachers will also give tips for how other teachers can incorporate project-based learning and climate action into their classrooms to help their learners improve their English skills and care for their community and their planet. Finally, there will be a panel discussion for teachers to discuss both the challenges and the successes of implementing projects in Viet Nam. Conference attendees will also enjoy a tea break, networking opportunities with other teachers, and a lucky draw with great prizes.