A UNICEF study spread across 40 countries on the impact of effective life skills education (LSE) concludes that LSE has a positive impact on children’s self-esteem, self-awareness and self-confidence. A number of research and empirical studies suggest that creativity, assertiveness, structured thinking, emotional intelligence, fearlessness and other such skills are best learnt in school because the adoption of best practices early expedites the internalization of skills and traits into habits that become intrinsic to the child’s behavior – thereby forming the back bone during adult life and beyond.
By catching ’em young, we give kids a significantly better chance to learn, unlearn and relearn the skill set required in a world where the intensity, magnitude and frequency of change are unprecedented.
The Power of Habit is our unique experiential learning offering integrated into the curriculum and customized for different age groups:
Intermediate I: 9-11
Intermediate II: 12-14