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With 95% renewal rates from schools and a sustained improvement (up to 50%)in learning out comes of the students, YELP is the most powerful way to teach children science and maths. Yardstick's 100% hands on (project based) curriculum of science and maths, 100% customizable to the needs of the schools, easy integration into the year plan as well as the lesson plans, and focus on implementation makes it the most

preferred partner for schools

In brief YELP is all about
SOLID HANDS ON CONTENT
1. 100% hands on learning and Inquiry
2. Experiment - Explore – Learn way of learning
3. Focus on real life applications
4. Activity sheets ensure learning
CUSTOMIZED TO THE SCHOOL REQUIREMENT
1. Mapped to the school curriculum
2. Choose the modules which are needed
3. Customize training needs
4. Customize delivery dates
ENSURING EXCELLENCE
1. Integrate to the Lesson plans
2. Integrate to he Year Plans

The School Partnering Program encompasses all of Yardstick’s efforts to ensure the holistic development of a school into an activity-based learning center. School Excellence Program focuses on transforming a school into a center of for imparting hands-on, activity-based learning.

To make this vision possible, we provide support to teachers, students and parents in all possible ways on a long-term basis. We provide support to all the stakeholders involved to ensure that teaching and learning are joyful experiences.

Yardstick School Partnering Program primarily focuses on the following:

What do we dream?

The Yardstic  vision is to make learning an enriching and joyful experience. We believe that making learning wholesome, meaningful and constructive can help us to achieve our vision.  At Yardstick, anything and everything we do should answer the following questions:

  1. Is the learning relevant to the age and knowledge of children?
  2. Are the children experiencing something new?
  3. Are we providing enough space for children to express their view and explore their creativity?
  4. Are children given enough opportunity to apply what they have learnt?

What we believe in: