About Us

Who and Why we are?

Yardstick's vision is to make learning enriching and joyful experience. Yardstick designs and implements learning programs for children, engaging their keen, inquisitive and imaginative minds via hands-on educational activities. At Yardstick, we believe in “celebrating children,” so they too can become knowledge creators instead of passively acquiring information from textbook learning alone.

Yardstick provides specific services to all the stakeholders in a child’s education – from parents, teachers and administrators to the students. Our activity-based curricula mapped to the syllabus encourage children to understand, appreciate and apply the subject being taught. Our team attempts to give personalized attention to each and every child.

Everything starts at Y!

Our logo states it all. We are focused on increasing the creativity, curiosity and competency of children through our hands on learning modules.

How do we do it?

Yardstick offers outstanding, highly interactive, hands on curriculum that enables mastery of core concepts and skills for all kinds of minds. The curriculum focuses on unleashing creativity, real life application, and understanding rather than memorizing, inquiry based hands on approach.

We strongly believe in celebrating children, and the truest happiness is when children achieve their true, individual potential. This is what keeps the team motivated and drives us to deliver the best to the children.

We reach children through different ways

1. Partnering with schools in implementing activity based learning

2. Training and support teachers

3. Large number of in school and after school workshops

We focus on bringing value to the children through all the stakeholders and also through different partners.

Working with teachers

We are proud and committed to work with amazing teachers in a variety of capacities.

We engage with teachers:

  1. In developing curriculum to make class room active and interactive
  2. Who teach our curriculum through regular workshops
  3. By sharing our learning and teaching aids in the class room

 

These teachers tell us about the freedom they feel from managing the dynamics of a classroom, and how much they enjoy being able to focus on teaching many children, one at a time.

The structure of our curriculum and our professional support make them feel like subject matter heroes, even in the most difficult subjects.