From The Founder's Desk
Founder of Creative Cultural Centre, is in the educational field since the past 17 years. She has been a pioneer in providing co curricular activities in South Mumbai. This is what she has to say:
" If you give a man a meal, you feed him for a day but if you teach him how to earn his meal, you feed him for a life time. Going with the same principle and my love for kids, I began my journey as a teacher of abacus, teaching kids in various institutions like St. Xavier's Boys' Academy, Alexandra Girls Institute, Holy Name High School and many other schools. During this time I realised, not only do children need extra curricular activities for their playtime but it also is an essential part of their over all development. Co-curricular activities play an important role in shaping a child's character, teaching him/her essential life skills and also sometimes make a career out of it. We at Creative Cultural Centre, focus on giving our students some platform to display their talent. We take extra efforts to push our students through various competitive platforms like state and national level competitions. Our faculties are highly trained and are always focusing on our goal oriented approach for our students.
In today's world, where the students are burdened with academics everywhere, they forget to live their childhood as they are supposed to. In our centre, we try to give every child a chance to live their childhood but in a productive way. I always tell all the parents, every child needs to indulge in two kinds of co curricular activities, which we call it as Mind Gym activities and Body Gym activities. Body gym activities are those where the muscles of the body are exercised at the young age for physical development. Whereas Mind Gym activities are those activities where the muscles of the brain are exercised for mental development of the child. We never force any child for any activity and for the same we have a free trial class in every activity in order to understand the child's capability.
We welcome you to our centres to experience childhood."
Creative Cultural Centre