8 parameters for the child

  • The person is creative. Creativity in the arts, in the use of languages and communication, in the pure sciences and in mathematics, in social sciences, finance and economy, how they spend their leisure, and how they live their lives.
  • The person is physically fit. Life skills such as swimming, cycling, boxing, fishing, archery.Strength, stamina, cardiovascular performance enhanced. Individual and coordinated sports provide pleasure and coordination and the outdoors opens up the world.
  • The person has a base in the arts and innovation. Young people develop exposure to visual arts, literature, and performing arts; they are aware of global arts and influences; they create, perform, and promote their creations.
  • A strong language and communication base. Nepali, English, local dialects and international dialects round off language awareness. Ability to understand content (what to communicate) and ability to express ideas appropriately and effectively are important
  • Mathematical and logical thinking. The thinking process has to be logical, informed, and solution oriented.Learning needs to be applicable to real life situations and essential knowledge retained by the mind so that it helps wards understand situations.
  • Understanding of the sciences. The human body, disease and their impact; plant and animal life; an understanding of key concepts and how the world works is backed up by information, science experiments, and how life works.
  • Social sciences. Histories, cultures, behaviors, and our responsibilities to the society are exposed in a manner that make sense of individual, family, and local actions.
  • Finance and economy are essential understandings. A knowledge of personal and family finance and economics will help make wards accountable, fulfilled, and responsible. Real life money handling prepares them.