Former President APJ Abdul Kalam once asked, “Can we make an education system which will retain the smiles on the faces of our children throughout their education?” We are committed to meet this challenge at Rishabh Academy. We understand educational needs as those encompassing physical, social, intellectual and emotional development. To achieve these aspirations, we have developed a robust infrastructural base, comprehensive curriculum and value-based delivery mechanism. There is a reliable connection between classroom learning and outdoor experiences; between parental role and that of the school; and between learning for now and learning for life. Education is not just about the subjects that are learnt and taught in school. Becoming educated is not restricted to being in school and then in college, gathering certificates and feeling proud of oneself. It is a lifelong exercise that can be unbelievably exciting if only we wish to jump onto the train of experience and take a trip to every conceivable place on the earth. Now we know that this cannot be done literally, so how do we manage it, first in school and then as we go on through the journey of life. First, we all have to be on the same page; children, teachers and parents have to understand that education is not restricted to lessons taught in the classroom from textbooks. Parents and teachers must encourage children to ask as many questions as they can. For it is in wanting to know that will result in actually getting to know. The thirst for knowledge is not restricted to the child. It is also essential for a parent and a teacher to keep adding to their own knowledge bank by keeping their eyes and ears open and by reading as much as possible and ensuring that children develop these habits as well.