The school, which started in 2007 with 20 children, has grown to a strength of 300. The first batch of students has now reached Std. 10 and will take their board exam in 2017. The school is free for the children from the tribal community while others pay a very nominal sum. The school believes in giving children a fear-free environment, which is the only way to foster learning. The school gives equal status and importance to the culture, language and the way of life of the communities to which the children belong and incorporates their stories into the curriculum.
The school follows a bilingual teaching methodology up to class 4 and then continues with the English medium. The school follows a theme-based interdisciplinary curriculum.
The total requirement for project day is Rs. 3,00,000 and the break up is as follows:
Teaching aids relevant to topic 100,000
Resource People 50,000 for 6 people
Chief guest travel and stay Rs.20,000