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Setting Up A Street School

Setting up a street school requires patience, dedication, and commitment. But along with Pehchaan the street school and the right approach, it can be a powerful tool for empowering underprivileged communities and providing them with the education they need to build a better future.

  • Choose a community to work with: This could be a group of people who live in a slum or a low-income neighbourhood, or it could be street children, refugees, or any other oppressed group.
  • Research the community: Learn about the requirements, difficulties, and possibilities of the community.
  • Recruit volunteers: Look for volunteers who are devoted to serving the community and who are passionate about education. They can assist you in developing and implementing the programme and serve as mentors and role models for the kids.
  • Choose an area: An area that is safe and secure to put up the street school. This might be an open area that is kid-friendly. You might also need basic furniture like a chalkboard, rugs mats, stools, drinking water source, etc.
  • Create a curriculum: Create a curriculum that is appropriate, interesting, and catered to the requirements of the kids.
  • Get teaching resources: Obtain teaching resources, like books, pencils, and other stationery items, that are required for the program’s delivery.
  • Contact the neighbourhood: Get in touch with the neighbourhood and let them know about the street school. To get the word out, you can use flyers, social media, and other media.
  • Start the programme: Once you have everything in place, you can begin the programme. Make sure you have a clear plan for programme delivery and systems in place to monitor and evaluate its impact.
  • Build relationships: It’s critical to take the time to listen to the suggestions and feedback, and include them in decision-making processes.
  • Seek help from local organisations, businesses, and individuals who share your vision and mission. They can help you sustain and grow the programme by providing financial, material, or moral support.

What We Do?

Pehchaan The Street School (Trust) is an initiative of a dedicated group of people working together to promote and provide free education for underprivileged children residing on the streets and in slum areas. Our aim is to reach out and provide free education to every child in the city who is deprived of basic educational resources.


To start a centre , you will need to follow a series of steps, including developing a mission statement, registering your organization, obtaining funding, and building a team of volunteers or employees. It is important to research the legal requirements for starting a centre in your country or region and to seek the advice of legal and financial professionals.

The legal requirements for registering a centre vary depending on the country or region in which you are operating. In general, you will need to obtain a legal status, register with the relevant government agencies, and comply with tax and reporting requirements. It is important to seek the advice of legal professionals who are knowledgeable about the laws and regulations in your area.

Sponsored children typically receive basic necessities such as food, shelter, and clothing, as well as access to education and healthcare. Some organizations may also provide support for the child’s family and community.

There are many ways to obtain funding for a centre, including through grants, donations, sponsorships, and fundraising events. It is important to develop a comprehensive fundraising strategy that includes a diverse range of funding sources. You may also consider applying for government grants or partnering with other organizations that share your goals.

Building a team for your centre  requires careful planning and recruitment. Start by identifying the roles and responsibilities needed to achieve your organization’s mission, and create job descriptions for each position. Then, advertise these positions through social media, community networks, and job search websites. Finally, conduct interviews and select the most qualified candidates for each position. Remember to prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion in your recruitment efforts.


Pehchaan  – The Street School

For teaching internship, our current operational centres are at
Indraprasth metro station, GTB Nagar & Mukherjee Nagar, Noida sector 35, Sunder Nursery, Rohini , Dilshad Garden

Saturday & Sunday;
🕒3pm to 5pm – Indraprasth Metro Station, Sunder Nursery, Dilshad Garden, Rohini 

🕑2pm to 4pm – GTB, Mukherjee nagar & Noida

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