Hindi Class Guidelines

VHP Hindi Classes Guidelines

Namaste and Swagatam to students and parents

The aim of our classes is to allow our children to learn Hindi to understand/speak/read and write in a friendly relaxed environment. We look to incorporate Hindu values, culture and understanding in our classes as well.


Classes run on Saturdays   – Start 10.30 am to -11.30 am, these may be subject to minor changes depending on teacher’s availability. Classes are online at present run, however we may return to classes in the mandir in due and we encourage attendance at various programmes at VHP mandir so we ask students are living within travelling distance. 

Classes will run termly, with breaks for Christmas, Easter & Summer. We generally do not break for half term.

Classes & Structure of lessons

We operate a numbers of classes at various levels from beginners to GSCE level. Students are assessed into which class they belong. Success/progress in learning Hindi is dependent on your support, the teachers/students only have around one hour teaching a week.

Students need to be encouraged in integrate Hindi in their normal lives through homework support and general conversations and not just for classes on Saturday.

Helping the classes run smoothly and safely.

The success of these classes is dependent all of us. Our teachers and organisers are all volunteers so please assist them by following the operational guidelines below:

  1. We expect students to attend each week, should your child not be able to attend a specific week(s) please let your teacher know in advance if possible. If students do not attend for consecutive weeks without notification, they may be removed and not be allowed back in. Also, students must attend consistently, irregular attendance may lead to removal as well.
  2. Homework – please ensure your child does their homework and is submitted on time as requested by the teacher.
  3. While classes are online, parents will be responsible for using the class link, it will not be shared with anyone. Students must be visible at all times, and they are in a suitable place to study and not subject to disturbance in the background. Eating during classes is not allowed but they can have water.
  4. Contacts details of teachers/other parents should not be given to anyone without permission.

Hindi is subject to local dialect variations and so the teacher may teach hindi slightly differently to how a parent knows hindi. If there are any concerns/issues these should not be discussed in the class but separately with the teacher concerned.

Who to talk to?

  • Child’s progress – please talk to child’s teacher.
  • Suggestions/enquires/issues about generally running of the classes speak either, Sitlaji or Sanjay or e: mail vhpilfordclasses@gmail.com.


  • Thank you for your continued support
  • VHP Hindi class teachers & organisers