Through this model, the ‘school goes to children’ rather than ‘children going to the school’.
The focus is to provide learning through a recreational methodology, imparting skills such as: Reading and Writing, Arithmetic, Sports, Music and Theatre.
Gyanoday engages children in co-curricular activities as well to showcase their talent and also organises programmes on personal grooming, health, hygiene and environmental consciousness.
We provide basic reading and writing skills to underprivileged children deprived of literacy.
We also provide basic numeracy skills to these children, in order to improve their learning abilities.
We encourage the children to play sports to support their physical health and well-being.
We also engage these children in various activities such as dance, music, street plays and theatre.
Our curriculum is based on the 4-H Model whereby, the aim is holistic development of children, youth, drop-outs and targeted beneficiaries.
I was badly addicted to chewing tobacco. After a year at Gyanoday, my addiction has gone. Now, I want to study hard and become a police officer when I grow up.
I used to beg on the streets. My father has wasted his life in gambling. My mother is a rag picker. My association with Gyanoday has given me a new direction. I am going to study very hard and one day I will become an engineer.
I was studying in a primary school but I was thrown out because I could not pay the fees. My parents being daily wage earners, could not support me. But, now with Gyanoday Vatika, right in my slum, I am back to studies and very happy.
By volunteering with us, you will become a vital part of our organisation; and you will make a real difference to the lives of underprivileged children and their families.
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