Morning session children attending Spitler School.

Spitler School Scholarship Programme (Graduating class of 2010)

A project of SPITLER SCHOOL FOUNDATION

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With your continued support we can offer the graduating students of Spitler Primary School a bright future.

The Spitler School was established in 2005 and is now providing a primary education to over 500 impoverished children in the village of Ang Chagn Chass not far from the city of Siem Reap.

In July 2010 we celebrated our first ever graduation of grade 6 students at Spitler School. The majority of these students have been with us since the very beginning so despite their progression onto middle school, we still have a deep routed interest in their welfare.

Statistics have shown that a significant number of Cambodian children drop out of middle school, mainly due to the extreme poverty. Many families simply cannot afford the associated costs with sending their children to middle school. This can include school uniforms, materials, exam papers etc.

It is because of this that we have organised a sponsorship program to give all of our graduates the best opportunity to continue their education. We will monitor the program closely to be sure that the principle use of the funds will be to provide the families with basic needs such as food. We will also be providing the student with some pocket money as well their school uniform and needed school materials.

With your support we can really make a difference to these children's lives.

Thank you!


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Since 2005 Spitler School has been providing a primary education to Cambodian children. The student population now exceeds 600 students.

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