Arts, crafts and life lessons, on the go
“We have provided a refurbished bus to the Freethinking Foundation for this purpose. We are also providing two teachers, a group D employee and a bus driver to the foundation to ensure the delivery
Freethinking Foundation will be responsible for leading the activities and providing activity teachers. It will collaborate with other private and public institutions to carry out other activities on the bus.
“We will provide a Montessori-trained teacher and volunteers to train the children in arts and crafts. We will also provide training for teachers provided by the BBMP. We have already launched two Wonder on Wheels ourselves. Wonder on Wheels was launched today, in association with the BBMP and the Department of Child Protection, on a pilot basis. The buses will be stationed at the Zonal Commissioner’s Office (East) of the BBMP and will visit two to three anganwadi centers per day,” said the Managing Director of the Freethinking Foundation.
Our aim is to launch about 10 Wonder on Wheels to meet the needs of Anganwadi children in other areas such as Bengaluru West, South, North, Yelahanka, Mahadevapura, Dasarahalli, Bommanahalli
– Sunoj Philip, Managing Director, Freethinking Foundation
He said the initiative would expand to other areas in a few months. “Our aim is to launch about 10 Wonder on Wheels to meet the needs of Anganwadi children in other areas such as Bengaluru West, South, North, Yelahanka, Mahadevapura,
Welcoming the BBMP for launching this initiative,
Commissioner General of the BBMP