The Process

Once a week children aged 4 to 14 will learn in an outdoor and natural environment, skills that help build their confidence, self esteem and polish their creativity while preparing them for the real life challenges. Every Week children will learn the hands on techniques and practice them in a safe, motivational and inspirational environment. Learning and practicing these skills will not only help them build a strong personal image and personality, but also create a positive impact over their academics and usual school performances. Our programs are flexible and according to the needs and challenges faced by our children.

During the One Year Program, We Offer the Following

  • Identification of the child’s Interests.
  • Identification of the child’s personality preference.
  • Basic Manners, attitudes and ethics.
  • Focusing on the Development of the child’s natural talent and skills.
  • Confidence Building and speaking.
  • Group Presentation opportunities.
  • Language skills – Basics of one offered Language.
  • Storytelling and Personal Experiences sharing.
  • Creativity and Problem Solving outdoor and indoor games.
  • Learning on Islamic history.
  • Usage of Modern Gadgets and technology.
  • In Boys Group only: Hands on work on Key masculine skills such as basic home repairing, knowledge about vehicles and automobile, cycling, men outdoor physical games, wood work, electrical works, farming, animal handling, riding, computer trouble shooting.
  • In Girls Group only: Hands on work on Key feminine skills such as knitting, sewing, cooking, baking, painting, drawing.
  • Monthly assessment of the child in a group on different identified skills.

English to be basic medium of instruction – Children will not be given any home work. They will learn all the skills hands on during the sessions. During the working week at home or at school, they will practice all the skills and behaviours.

We expect that parents shall play their key role during the process, and observe their child at home or during any other family or community gathering. Any feedback from the parents on the change in behaviour and attitude of the child shall be extremely helpful.