“MAKING A DIFFERENCE BY DOING DIFFERENT”
WHOLE CHILD THEORY
Whole Child focuses on improving the quality of care for vulnerable children worldwide by working within institutions with limited-resources and children often show the same unmet developmental needs and poor outcomes.
The whole child approach uses project- based learning and experiential-learning techniques to work on their projects and studies. This makes them critically think about the subject and evaluate their understanding. Arts and creative topics are a part of this learning process.