Our Curriculum

Busy playing chess

One of the way to learn is to teach.....session on scribbling art. Sharing learnings....Teaching others is learning doubled.

With little clear sky...it's season for sky watch. Getting ready for night.

Microscope in action..... making slides. Collected pond water and got some Like tadpoles in bonus...saw them under microscope to identify their legs and head and tail....still debating who are they?

 
It's windy at campus....good day to make anemometer and explore how to measure the wind speed....work in progress.
We are not washing our hands....we are making music with water with water drumming.
Morning getting ready time.....investing in various task....making bed, washing clothes, reading notices for the day, helping others with water....and some souls also take bath.
 
Team game....reaching from one point to another through river full of crocodiles and two aliens.
Never miss an opportunity to take a ride. ...simple pleasure of life
 
 
Imagine  a learning community for children (and adults) where there is no curriculum - because we believe that children can decide what they want to learn, how much they want to learn. So children effectively choose what they want to do or learn from whatever is worth doing or learning in this world.
Imagine aarohi where there is no teaching - because we believe that children can decide how they want to learn - on their own, with each other and from various resources, etc. We are there to guide them, where they need us.
Imagine aarohi where there are no classes - because we believe that when children learn and teach each other - there is no need to separate them based on ages. All simply learn from whomsoever we can.
Imagine aarohi where there are no tests and exams - because we believe that children can assess themselves, can reflect on this work on an ongoing basis. Also because children do not need to learn for some external objective (marks) but for their own love for learning.
Imagine Aarohi, a life education, where learning happens because children want to learn from their life - for their life.