Bhumi | School Transformation programme
Bhumi, NGO, Youth Organisation
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School Transformation programme

About This Project


The school transformation programme by Bhumi focuses on bringing social-emotional development into the school schedule.

Children from vulnerable backgrounds are not likely to have equitable outcomes in their adulthood and future lives. The world today is changing rapidly and is getting more and more complex. The 21st century will bring new social, economic and environmental challenges and the next generation needs to be equipped with the confidence and adaptive skills to effectively tackle them.

Bhumi’s School Transformation programme focuses on bringing social-emotional development into the school schedule through:

  • Child Development: ‘Ready for the World’, a social-emotional development program for children aligned with established frameworks such as SEL – teachers deploy this in classrooms with toolkits and support provided
  • Teacher Development: ‘Teachers to Changemakers’, a one year development program for teachers that focuses on changing the teacher’s mindsets and behaviours to enable safe learning environments for children

The school environment and the community are the next levels of influencers; where we support the school with guidance and frameworks to ensure a conducive learning environment; to sensitize the community on the emotional and social needs of the children.

Program Partner: Learning Curve Life Skills Foundation,a not for profit organization based in Hyderabad, Telangana, which exists to empower children from under resourced and vulnerable backgrounds for equitable adulthood outcomes through a social-emotional development approach

The programme is currently being piloted at 5 schools in Chennai.

Children of class 3 – 9

Brief Description

Teacher development and Life skills development for children