Past Project

Take a look at some of our previous events/ opportunities which was organised by SuperKids Staff & Teachers. Feel free to draw some ideas from the past to create new opportunities and initiatives for the future.



Tet cakes have been a traditional Vietnamese dish for the past thousand years. At the beginning of every Tet Holiday, Fisher’s SuperKids organises a special program for all Teachers and Staff to help bake Tet cakes at the center.


This is an exciting event for Foreign Teachers, to roll up their sleeves and learn how to make this very special cake for the first time. Joining hands with the Vietnamese Staff in the making of this dish always brings loads of laughter and fun. After a few hours of standing around the fire and finishing the final touches on the smooth and green exterior of the Tet cakes, it’s time to go out and give this special cake to the elders and the orphans in the beautiful city of Danang. The time and effort we put into the making of these cakes and then reaching out to the less fortunate in the community is such a meaningful experience for everyone involved.



Reaching out to people together is an important part of SuperKids as a way to educate students about our responsibility towards the community.


These actions are derived from love as one of the core values we pursue and are manifested through stepping out and making a difference.

Since 2007, Fisher's SuperKids have created a number of meaningful programs such as donating books to the poor people and mountainous students, donating money to build TB clinics, organizing visits for students, gifts for orphans and children with disabilities, education for students on environmental sanitation, scholarships for orphans to learn English for free and other ways to help people in difficult circumstances.




In order to give children an opportunity to learn more about environmental protection, Fisher's Superkids Children's English Language Center organizes the Extra-curricular Program "For the Green-Clean Environment - Beautiful "Nguyen Van Linh - Nguyen Tri Phuong route. This is a great opportunity to raise awareness in protecting the environment




This summer, teachers at Fisher's Superkids have donated their clothes, milk and notebooks to a lot of poor students in Nam O - Da Nang fishing village,


Even though the sun was hot, the teachers did not hesitate to move many gifts into the village for the children. Also transported by hands truck! The teachers sang and played games for the players. At here, the monthly Superkids also subsidizes a lot of money for 5 Vietnamese teachers to teach their children every day so that they can have higher results in school every year.


That gives you a lot of fun, great encouragement to rise up a better life. In addition, student's progress also makes the parents very happy and reassuring for them.




“Thank you so much for the immediate responses and emails we have already received knowing we are going to bring joy to local elderly citizens by buying the ingredients and making some delicious traditional Tet cakes for them!


For every 100,000 VND we received from staff—purchasing gifts of everyday cooking essentials requested by the nursing home; inc: milk, beans, rice, oil, soy sauce, fish sauce, sesame seeds; and adult diapers, (SuperKids is donating 7 million VND towards ingredients of the Tet cakes)



Monday (16th) Making the cakes: The staff and Teachers met at F1 and baked Tet Cakes together. Mixing the ingredients, layering them on banana leaves before wrapping it tightly with string, prepping the fire with wood, boiling large traditional pots of water, and cooking the cakes, keeping the fire going to ensure cakes done on time—12 hrs later!



Tuesday (17th) Cooling the cakes and clean up. In the morning we when the cakes were cooled down they were ready to be given away!


Wednesday (18th) Delivering the Cakes to 18 Phan To Nursing Home. Leaving F1 at 9am by motorbike together 10 mins to the Home, we handed out gifts, and visited with 26 elderly women and 35 student volunteers ( who came from poor villages) and lives and cares for the elderly (we can help make a bed or tidy up a room, assisting a bit where needed:), serving lunch at 10:30 and returning each to our homes by 11am.


Thank you so much in whatever you choose to participate in!!!