"I would like to give ULC my greatest appreciation for allowing me to volunteer as a teacher at ULC despite my inexperience. Nevertheless, through the time I have been teaching both P6 and F1 within the limited time I had between March and July, I have learnt a lot; teaching-wise, life-wise and awareness about the refugee community.Words cannot explain the sorrow I felt inside me when the time came for me to stop teaching ULC. At times, teaching the students can be frustrating due to the language barrier but at times rewarding. Throughout my short stint in ULC, I have tried instilling moral values and the need to work hard and be persistent to the kids as I find that more valuable than education itself as I find those traits as a cornerstone to success (not necessarily well-educated). Having persistence teaches us that things big things don't come easy in life.I pray for the best for the kids and the future of ULC. I believe that ULC can be much better than what it is now. Yes it might not be the biggest of schools with the biggest of budget but if ULC were to be a school producing model adults for the future, a lot of hard work needs to be put in from everyone related to the school."