Encouraging Sensitivity Through Our Community Outreach Program

Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. Desmond Tutu

Students of Grades 9-12 are involved in various yearlong Outreach programmes with four government schools at Dommasandra ,GKHPS at Sarjapura & Koodithi . Armed with teaching aids, worksheets and books our students go to these schools to help the students improve their skills in English, Math & Computer.

The students from Grades 9-12 of Inventure devote a few hours each week to tutor students in Government School.
They support the work of classroom teachers by working directly with Government school students to reinforce previously taught literacy and numeracy concepts and skills. Resource materials for the students of Government school are created by our students to enable them to build their skills.

One approach that has consistently shown promise in improving learning outcomes is one-on-one tutoring. It has been a mutually beneficial relationship for students of Inventure and the children at the Government School.


The program aims to instill the importance of cultivating an awareness of human circumstances and differences that extend beyond the students’ classroom experiences. Students develop sensitivity to others needs and cultures; and become aware of and appreciate the differences that exist amongst us as a community and find solutions that benefit the community.

We have also participated in collecting articles of clothing and food to help towards the Chennai Drive as well as notebook drives for the government schools in our neighbourhood.