Based on the dictum “Investing in a child is investing in your future”. The ISPCK teaming up with World Literacy Free Schools Programme, Canada took on board the Free Schools Programme for the 4-14 window. Over 6000 children from backgrounds as diverse as bonded labour, rag picking communities, migrant groups, sex workers and street kids have been invested into from 1998 in over six centers managed by the ISPCK Free Schools. These centers of learning provide education and values to children upto primary level preparing them to join secondary education in neighbourhood schools. ISPCK’s child centric development creates a generation of educated and socially aware front liners for a rapidly developing and changing India.
The Riverside Free School in Ghaziabad caters to various training programmes for the teachers by resource persons from academic communities in India and overseas.