The school is located across the road from the Foundation office and every Monday and Wednesday, the children come here for a 45-minute 'discover music' session. The instructors teach them to understand and recognise beat and pulse, distinguish between a rhythm and beat and finally learn to sing.
- Studies show being exposed to music at an early age stimulates areas of the brain, resulting in positive development.
- Schools had responded favourably to the "Catch them young" initiative.
- Teachers from the school confirmed that within two months of the children beginning the programme, they have been able to concentrate better and have become more disciplined.
- The teachers have also opined children with learning disabilities have shown signs of improvement over the same period.
- In the suburbs, the Foundation has partnered with Aseema Charitable Trust that supports municipal schools in Santa Cruz and Bandra and has started teaching a first batch of 120 children.
- The Foundation is prepared to teach music to every school that approaches them.
- One of the core objectives of the Foundation is to reach out to those students who do not have the resources and the Foundation is trying to do its best.
Hoping the foundation is able to cross many boundaries and impart the subject of music to as many children as possible because the results are phenomenal.
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