Transforming Learning

At Flow India we transform learning and get kids away from their textbooks, by connecting the rich material culture of India with the school curriculum.

We are introducing rich and memorable, ‘real-world’ experiences into mainstream education.

Flow India at the National Museum workshop with Class One, BVN school


Our groundbreaking work with schools brings the best of Delhi’s culture and history (through museums, galleries and historic sites), to life in and out of the classroom and improves children’s learning in all subjects.

Our intensive and innovative Flow Kids Summer Camp is a complete holiday enrichment programme and our Flow Kids Museum Club is the home to the capital’s best creative learning workshops. See examples of our courses and modules and contact us to find out more.

We opened our office in Delhi in 2010 and you can find out more about the Flow India team here. We also have a sister organisation in the UK, Flow Associates, which advises all the major museums in the UK.

Flow India is rendering a valuable service to school education, especially the learning of history through cultural and experiential programmes. -Dilip Thakore, Editor at EducationWorld
“Very engaging! One and half hours with the kids absorbing every word. Very well done. Looking forward to more workshops.” – Hardik, parent
“The whole experience was very enriching for the children and for the teachers at Birla Vidya Niketan. Thank you team Flow India!
 Keep up the good work!” – Mona Aneja, KG Coordinator, Birla Vidya Niketan
Registered office:
Flow Education and Culture Consultants P L
C/25 Lajpat Nagar 1, New Delhi-110024

One Response to Transforming Learning

  1. Chitra Sundarraman says:

    I would like to know how we may bring the same experience to schools in Chennai.
    As an educator, I am also interested in exploring avenues for partnership.

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