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Making choices helps children learn persistence and task completion. This way, he/she arrives at clarity of what they’re interested in and that is exactly what the schools have been lacking ever since the development of education in this realm. We seek to create a new space that avoids uncritical indoctrination and changes the stereotypical school typology. We make the students explore and discover passion. They stretch their minds and create unique combinations of ideas.Results of exploring are growth of intelligence, social, emotional and physical growth. Once the child realizes what he/she is interested in, they master in that particular field. The only entry to the structure is through a narrow thematic tunnel, whose walls are of LED screens, that displays a different theme each day.

Hence, the children are subjected to an element of surprise every day, which makes them look forward to coming to school. The roof is inflatable and is combined with glass. Holographic projectors are placed on few parts of the glass and holograms of students performing well consistently appear over the roof on the exterior. This acts as a motivation for the children to perform well.  This in turn urges the parents to send their children to such schools and such schools will reshape the current school typology. The holographic projectors are also used to project holograms of famous people on special occasions and through this, children will be enlightened with the knowledge about them. Books and blackboards are replaced with experiments and equipment’s. Examinations will not be conducted in a regular ‘paper-pen’ manner. Instead, the student will be engaged in a quiz which will be displayed on huge LEDs. Therefore, children will gain more practical knowledge than theoretical knowledge.


Here, the children have the liberty to make choices of their own. Giving children their choices is beneficial, even crucial to their development.

When we offer children choices, we are allowing them to practice the skills of independence and responsibility, while we guard their health and safety by controlling and monitoring the options.

Our approach to learning is child-centered and not teacher-centered.  A distinct learning space for each subject is provided and the child can just walk into any subject he/she is interested in and can excel in it.

Children feel more committed to an activity they have chosen themselves. Therefore, their attention span will likely be longer if they choose an activity than if they work at a task assigned by the teacher.

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