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The Lawrence School, Sanawar (Himachal Pradesh) in collaboration with Aspire, will present the second edition of The Sanawar Leadership Programme (TSLP). The summer leadership is a 10-day residential camp for 10-14-year-old young leaders on their 139 acres, 150-year-old majestic campus in Kasauli.
The programme starting from June 19 to 28, 2018, is open to middle school students from across the country. The school opened its campus to the nation through this programme, to gift its legacy of creating national leaders, beyond the students who attend the co-ed boarding between Classes V to XII.
Te camp will help the students understand and practice enlightened leadership, develop self-awareness, grow confidence, and evolve intellectually as well as emotionally through experiential learning. The Lawrence School has retained Aspire, a pioneer in leadership education, to build and deliver the programme. Aspire has created and conducted such programmes for The Doon School (Dehra Dun), Oakridge International School (Hyderabad) and The Shri Ram School (Gurgaon).
The programme will feature two TiE-Aspire Young Achievers — Jamuna Boro an international boxer and Vidya Y, the first blind student who founded a non-profit ‘Vision Empower’ to encourage blind students to pursue Math and Science through technology.
According to Vinay Pande, headmaster of Sanawar: “We understand leadership. In 2013, we became the first school in the world to send a team of students to successfully climb Mount Everest. Our motto —Never Give In — underlines the lessons we teach at TSLP. The first edition of TSLP secured very high student satisfaction rating of 4.8 on a scale of 1-5.”
The participants will get to learn about leadership through reflective and discussion based socratic dialogue and case studies, participate in camping and other adventure activities, engage in community service, learn oratory and other communications and life skills.
Triansha Tandan, chief learning & development officer at Aspire said: “For six years, our leadership programmes have created real impact on hearts and minds of students. We connect with students at a deep personal level, enable them to learn about their inner selves, practice decision-making, and evolve as powerful and values-based leaders.
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