Suchitra Academy Outreach Programme

Outreach Programmes

Community outreach and education programmes are an important component of the schools’ mission. Our outreach initiatives have inspired students to help people in need and to motivate student interest and participation in helping the underprivileged and orphans. There are many opportunities provided to the children to participate in activities like Paper Recycling, Compost Pits, Vermicomposting, Water Testing, Tree Plantation and conducting Cleanliness Drives.

As part of the Community Service Programme, Children visit orphanages, old age homes, blind schools, and government schools. We also have a tie up with the Government Primary school, Venallagadda. The students from the Govt. school are part of all our Health checkups – Eye, dental and overall physical check-ups. They are invited for our school programmes and also spend time and interact with the students.

Class Cleaning Activity

We have the Class Cleaning Activity every week. All the students participate in this activity and clean their classrooms, laboratories, library, dining hall and other areas of the school. The objective of this initiative is to nurture the virtues – dignity of labour and importance of cleanliness. Students participate in the activity enthusiastically.

SEWA (Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action)

SEWA (Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action) is an integral part of the CBSE curriculum. The main objective of the SEWA projects is that the students must acknowledge that they have a responsibility towards the less privileged, the disadvantaged, the society, and the environment. The main aim of all the SEWA projects is to help them to give back to society and at the same time also direct their mind in constructive activities with positive outcomes.

Projects undertaken by students for the academic year 2021-22

  1. Each One Teach One in association with Youth For Sewa: Under this project, students of Suchitra will be paired up with another child belonging to a government school or an economically weaker background and will teach them one on one basis (depending upon the need of the child). It will include basic Math, science, English, aptitude, etc. the classes will be fixed according to the convenience time of both the students.
  2. 21st Century Life Skill Program in association with Youth For Sewa: Under this project, the children will be trained by YFS volunteers on various 21st-century skills through an interactive session and post their training, students will become volunteers and will train other students of government schools on these skills.
  3. Project- Girl Up: Girl Up was founded by the United Nations Foundation in 2010. It is a global leadership development initiative that positions young minds to be leaders in the movement for gender equality. It provides leadership training and gives young activists tools to become gender equality advocates and activists.
  4. Community Outreach Program for the Old Age homes and Orphanages: To stand as an extended family to those who have no one, our students plan an extensive program to make them feel connected and happy.