Why learning must be an experience and not a mere outcome of school?

How do the 4S’s - Service, Skill, Sport and Study - shapes our lives? Take a closer look at your school years and see how first from service, on to skill… we evolve. If you delve even further, you will find that the 4S’s are placed in the dictionary in the very same order. Moving from your small family space on to school, it all starts with learning to give and share, your space, your food, your things… and this really if the first form of service. Yes, you acquire skills, play a sport for good health and get the full experience at school, to achieve what we call the goal of ‘study’.
With over three decades of volunteering with schools, in 2012 the search for My Good School took Sandeep Dutt to the Bali village of Rajasthan and this is where we have worked to build perhaps the My Good School. The Fabindia School is indeed a shining example of the aristocracy of service. This school's mission is to provide access to high-quality education for boys and girls at the rural level using English as the medium of instruction. The school views primary education as a major stepping stone towards social mobility, equality and employment opportunities. Since its inception, the school has been committed to encouraging education for girls. From being the first English medium school to admit girls to being recognised as one of the five Changemaker Schools in India in 2018 by CSE. The twenty-fifth-year celebrations of The Fabindia School in 2017, were indeed a celebration of My Good School.

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