News And Updates

It’s a proud day for us as our team rolls out the Arivu Playful Learning Programme in 12 government residential schools across Bengaluru, Hosakote and Kolar. The programme creates ‘Play and Learn spaces’ where 2500 students from programme schools get exposed to creative learning materials, hands on technology and learning concepts experientially.

Isn’t it a welcoming change beyond text books in school?

“Play keeps us vital and alive. It gives us an enthusiasm for life that is irreplaceable. Without it, life just doesn’t taste good.” – Lucia Capocchione
Our Tackle Caravan for the academic year 2018-2019 resumed. It has brought back happiness among our participating students and major portion of childhood for our youth volunteers and play facilitators. Take a look at the students, volunteers and play facilitators getting into the groove….

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This festive season we worked with our near and dear ones to clean our neighbourhood!
As part of Headstreams initiative towards a clean and hygienic environment, we had a two-day drive in and around our office in Indiranagar, where we went to every house in the area along with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and community representatives to discuss issues related to waste management and to create awareness on proper waste disposal.
Residents were also invited to join in our play spirit by cleaning the street, paint the walls of their locality and play street games. Kudos to the collaborative effort! Here are some photos before and after the cleanliness drive.
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Two busloads of TCS volunteers immersed themselves in the joy of Caravan this Saturday at the Morarji Desai School in Malur. They thoroughly enjoyed the experience and spread their infectious energy among all the students. If you want to share your positive energy and happiness with them, come and be a part of the Tackle Caravan on a Saturday!

Headstreams has been successfully conducting Certificate and PG Diploma Course on Play and Human Development for college students. This year, the programme commenced in July and about 80 students from 3 prestigious institutions of Bengaluru including Christ (Deemed To Be University), Mount Carmel College and St Joseph’s College Autonomous have enrolled for the academic programme. Along with the weekly experientially learning sessions on theories related to Play and Human Development, participants get a solid field exposure through the Tackle Caravan sessions, conducted every Saturday.
P.S: Thanks to Snehadhara Foundation for partnering with us on this initiative by conducting sessions on multi-arts and play.

It’s a proud day for us as our team rolls out the Arivu Playful Learning Programme in 12 government residential schools across Bengaluru, Hosakote and Kolar. The programme creates ‘Play and Learn spaces’ where 2500 students from programme schools get exposed to creative learning materials, hands on technology and learning concepts experientially.

Isn’t it a welcoming change beyond text books in school?