"Only if the younger generation does things that their parents never imagined possible, can a society evolve" - Sadhguru
Our intent is that our children should have an appreciation of both local and wider African culture, traditions and history, and a deep sense of belonging with her Soil, while maintaining a global perspective…
Cambridge International Curriculum
Rural children of some of the poorest families in Uganda are offered a world-class international education, studying under the Cambridge International Curriculum using Montessori and enquiry-based learning methods. The curriculum is designed to ignite a child’s natural curiosity to learn and explore.
A Joyful Atmosphere
Our school is deep in the embrace of a wild, vibrant nature,
regenerating at an accelerated pace - a permanent natural classroom
and source of wonder for the children.
Students are taught in airy, open-fronted classrooms, designed to incorporate
nature into every aspect of a child's learning -
reinforced by our forested lakeside setting and flourishing
African herbal and flower gardens.
Daily Yoga Practices
balance to a child's system, enhances concentration and deepens mind/body coordination
‘A human being is part of the whole, called by us "Universe", a part limited by time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest - a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole nature in its beauty.’
- Albert Einstein
Lying on the equator at the edge of the Western Rift Valley, tucked amid the volcanic crater lakes in the Kingdom of Tooro, Western Uganda, Sadhguru School sits in a treasure-trovian learning environment. A riot of birds, insects, reptiles, mammals, forests and landscapes all clamour to be drunk in.
A Day at Sadhguru School
Our day starts at 8am with a nutritious breakfast followed by lessons and yoga.
At lunch, a healthy meal is served with organic ingredients from the school’s own garden and local farms.
The children enjoy a variety of sporting, creative and musical activities and a wide range of extracurricula activities including: traditional African music and dance, drama, art, handicraft, photography, reading, film and sports clubs.