I volunteered for 4 months and I was located in the Saida centre. I decided to stay four months because I think two month are not enough to build relationships with the children and the other people you're working with, which I think is an important part of teaching and working in a team in general.
It takes a lot of energy to work with children especially if they don't speak the same language as you but you can learn a lot from them.
If you like the challenge of teaching English as a second language and to work close with the beneficiaries and their families , SB in a good place for you.
I also enjoyed to work with Volunteers from all over the world and the local Staff because I think it's always interesting to hear how others experience the same or similar things.