Headstreams

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Headstreams

No 2200, H A L II Stage
5 E Cross, 17 A Main, 
Banglore, Karnataka, 
India -560008

Our Mission

Play-based learning through activities and digital medium across 37 Govt and 3 budget private schools in Karnataka.

Work and Achievements

Major areas of work:

  • Play based digital learning programme in government and low cost private schools
  • Career guidance programme for high school students 
  • Teachers training programme on playful learning
  • Employability and life skills programme for rural youth
  • Community self-directed learning and empowerment programme through Headstreams facilitated community learning and digital centres
  • Creating playful learning spaces in communities
  • Creating play grounds in schools
  • Summer Camps for under-served children
  • Play and learning projects in public libraries
  • Academic courses in colleges

Achievements:

The organisation has been able to impact lives by:

  • Benefitting rural  youth through hands-on skills development programme
  • Empowering  college students by equipping them with 21st century  life skills, social, emotional, entrepreneurial and job -oriented skills
  • Training pre-service teachers in play based learning approach
  • Preparing  children, adolescents and youth to become informed decision makers
  • Helping students from low income backgrounds with play based digital learning programme

Reached out directly to:

  • More than 14000 students in 40 schools across three districts of Karnataka
  • Over 1000 women from over 50 self-help Groups
  • Over 100 pre-service teachers
  • More than 1000 college students

Recognised with:

  • NASSCOM Social Innovation Forum 2017 Award
  • TCS Outstanding Support for TATA Affirmative Action Program, 2015
  • Ashoka Change makers and Lego Foundation, Pioneer in Learning through Play, 2014
  • Mahindra ‘Spark the Rise’ Challenge, Winner, 2012

Fund Utilisation Statement

To set up exploratory, learning spaces for children and youth from under-served and marginalised communities using playful learning approach.

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