The Alokito Hridoy model embodies a holistic approach to education. We know that like our rapidly changing world, education must also be dynamic. Our methods are in line to support this exponential change.

We are improving the quality of education by preparing children with social, moral, emotional and cognitive skills to be adaptive, proactive and innovative problem solvers. Our learning style is inquiry based: learning by playing, problem solving and inquiring.

This is not only a supportive and innovative learning environment – this is a design thinking approach to understand the real impact of education.

Our Focus

21st Century Skills

The Problem

Lack Of 21st Century Skills Of Students

Our School Model

Creating Facilitators To Nurture 21st Century Skills Among Students

Having implemented this model in all our school and government primary schools, we are continuously evaluating and evolving the model based on its effectiveness. We aim to extend the model to other schools and organisations to fuel change at a systemic level. Quality education means excellence in core academic skills, the development of emotional intelligence and 21st-century skills and values, active partnership with parents and integration with the community.

Outstanding Educators

We build and develop a team of teachers, a school leader and admin collaborating to run the school. By providing training in classroom settings we want to prepare teachers who can teach using game-based approaches, inquiry-based approaches and problem-based approaches.

Future-driven Pedagogy

The Alokito Hridoy curriculum and Network Support Team empowers teachers and school leaders with best practices in pedagogy, using a skills-based approach and rigorous standards for student learning.

Parents As Partners

Parents actively engage in the process of their child’s development through programs such as the Best Mother's Award given on the occasion of Mother's convention. We also engage parents in events like Science Fair, Earth Day, Report Card Day, Sports Day, etc where we also try to address key issues such as women’s empowerment, substance abuse, physical violence and others. On a quarterly basis, parents, teachers, and students convene to discuss student progress, utilising the report card and student copies. This setting creates a safe space for open discussion, collaboration, and joint problem-solving with the shared goal of promoting student growth. Over the years, these meetings have cultivated trust among parents and teachers. Additionally, we conduct Focused Group Discussions (FGDs) with both parents and students to gather insights on what's effective and areas for improvement within the school, ensuring our commitment to providing quality education.