About

The Value of Extra Curriculars

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I believe that children learn life’s most important skills such as leadership, time management, discipline, teamwork, conflict resolution, and problem-solving, outside the walls of a classroom setting. Having participated in different fields of social activities throughout my childhood and teenage years, I am confident that stepping outside their comfort zone, is when children from ages 6 to 12 years, truly apply their skills. Engaging in experiential learning activities, develops students social skills and encourages them to interact with new people with confidence. Lastly, I have found that experiential learning activities also force students to acknowledge and address their struggles, and then find ways to improve themselves.

The Story of FunWagon

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Initially, my aim was for FunWagon to only be open for students from NGO schools; when I thought of access I seemed to only think of a very specific demographic. But, I  soon realized that I held a unique chance- a chance to bridge the gap between the students and a chance to increase opportunities for all. In schools in India, students are applauded for scoring well on exams that require memorising textbooks and hours of tuition, regardless of socio-economic status.

 

We curate and organise full day events for students to be a part of. We hope they have a lot of fun and learn at the same time!