This LLF initiative aims to bring about whole school transformation in a South Delhi Municipal Co-operation school. The school is battling with a steep fall in enrollment and high dropout rates. Established in the year 1986, the school has just 60 students across grades 1 to 5. The students come from the poorest families in the locality. LLF will work towards improving the school physical and emotional environment, pedagogy, leadership and teacher effectiveness and engage with community
Subhash camp is a large urban slum located in south of Delhi. Much of the community living here is so poor that they struggle to make ends meet, many parents do not send their children to school as they cannot afford education expenses. LLF has entered into a public private partnership with the South Delhi Municipal corporation to improve the enrolment & quality of education at the Krishi Vihar school. We also plan to engage in community activities like parent education workshops & health camps
Empowering of the school leadership; Equipping the school with the infrastructure necessary in a 21st century classroom; Incorporating holistic learning principles by connecting students to the community and the natural world
The project would help demonstrate to the State a model for a sustainable school quality change, we would also be empowering nearly 200 families in the community with education and supporting them to rise above the shackles of poverty
This project has provided additional documentation in a XLSX file (projdoc.xlsx).