Life Skills Program
EFP (Elementary Foundation Program) is a 180-hours intensive program following our LSP (Life Skills Program) for children from ages 7-12 years, for either, a) preparing home-schooled children for our EEP program and 2) strengthening school going children’s concepts in sciences, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics through experiential learning.
Program for 5-7 Years Old
The demands of the changing world have put enormous pressure over the current and future generations to get ready before jumping into the real world. The real world is fast, demanding and full of surprises. When we step into the real world there are not as many areas of work as there are people. So each one has to get into the same work as anyone or most of the others are doing. That not only increases competition for space but also a fight for survival. But those who have skills and capacity to endure the pressure and steam through the test. There are unfortunately not many who have those skills and capacities. Our children need to learn those skills and develop capacities. These skills complement the world of academics and prepare the child for the real world. These are called Life Skills.
World Health Organization (WHO) defined Life Skills as “life skills are abilities that help us to adapt and behave positively so that we can deal effectively with the challenges of everyday life.”
How Life Skills Can Help
“We aim to provide our children Organic learning
with Universal appeal.”
Our aim is to prepare our children and youth to have life skills that could help them stand on their feet. A skill full person is able to create his way through the thick air of confusion. Our aim is to hand over our youth hands-on skills that could help them find their own way and channel their God-given talent and abilities in an effective manner. Once they have skill in their hands they will not only sustain a livelihood for themselves and their families but also be a productive and responsible citizen.