Social Empowerment through Work and Action

Any education, to be meaningful, has to fit into the context of the society in which it is given and which is relevant to the times. In the context of the multiplicity and the rapidity of the changes that are taking place, the students need to know and understand the contexts in which they are living today and the demands that will be made on them, in the immediate future, to fit into the changing patterns of society. 

SEWA aims to develop a whole person in their intellectual, personal, social, emotional and social growth. Learners engaged in this program are expected to be life-long learners and through experiential learning, they develop as active citizens and caring & compassionate humans. Sewa takes learning beyond the walls of the classroom and sometimes even beyond the boundaries of the school. Sewa fosters strong mental and social health amongst today’s children so that they can connect with their peers, their elders, the community, the environment, etc. This outreach program directs children’s mind in constructive activities with positive outcomes through the facilitation of creative and critical thinking. This would help them to develop self-confidence and self-esteem.

Children must acknowledge that they have a responsibility towards the less privileged, the disadvantaged, the CWSN, the society, and the environment. At Siddhantam Heritage, Sewa activities are encouraged to imbibe the idea of learning to live together. The school conducts the following activities to make them learn the principle of giving to society: