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Aarambh updates

Life @ Aarambh – our latest newsletter


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A very happy new year to everyone! Our newsletters are a labour of love. Many hands, hearts and eyes work together to bring this to the world. Get a glimpse into our vibrant curricula, experiences of parents and teachers and a very useful read about Waldorf’s writing to read approach. You can find our newsletter here.

Happy reading! Do share with us any feedback and comments at We would love to hear from you.


Team Aarambh

Aarambh orientation, 25th January, 1:30 pm-4 pm

What do children really need? How can we as adults meet the needs of the growing child?  Have these really changed from the time we were children? 
How do you inspire the will to learn? What is the “head, heart, hands” approach?
How are sports, arts, music part of the curriculum?
Will the children be ready for the real world?

To explore these questions and more, we at Aarambh invite you to our next orientation where we share our understanding of child development and our work with children.  It is a space for you to also flash back into your own childhood and explore what children really need and have those basic needs really changed over time.

Please do register at and confirm your participation.  You can also call us at 98104 04949 or 99716 66034 to start a conversation. If we are unable to take your phone or it is unreachable, kindly send us a message with your email and we will get back to you.

Aarambh diaries

Chapter 2: The Handmade Swing Surprise from the Grades to Kindergarten…..

Once upon a time, in the land of Aarambh…

Boys and girls went out to play,
And looked for swings to climb away!
They turned and then did find a gift,
Their Bhaiyyas and Didis had made them a ropey lift

Community means sharing. And that’s how we at Aarambh grow. We’re extremely grateful to our parent volunteer, Mr Sagar for sharing his knowledge on the varieties of knots with the Grades’ children. In Grade 4, knot making lessons are part of the Form Drawing curriculum integrating math with logic and practical skills.

Grade 4 in turn utilised their new found learning on knots to create a real swing for the younger children. Of course, it’s been an instant hit!