Our Vision is to integrate an orphan child into mainstream society through the holistic development. At Cherish Home each and every child is looked at as an individual and will find different learning opportunities through different paths in Physical, Relational, Emotional, Intellectual, creative and spiritual areas. Based on the areas of their interest we want to make them professionals like civil servants, doctors, engineers, lawyers, charted accountants, musicians, social workers, politicians etc.,
At present 48 children (24 Boys and 24 Girls) aged between 7 –17 yrs are at Cherish Homes. There are wardens and couple who stay with children who take care of children with love. By faith and commitment, we are forwarding to take up the children to promote the best standards of lives.
Holistic development of children
Holistic development of children focuses more on the child’s well-being and their physical, emotional, and intellectual needs.
This approach is oriented towards kids completely, making them active participants in their learning process.
We have incorporated this method, and the results are overall positive.
Encouraging their dreams and visions
Use a variety of approaches
Raising or teaching children is challenging because we, first understand their individual needs and wishes. Not every child will respond to a certain approach the same. That is why the best solution we follow is to use a variety of approaches and combine them to get the best results. We puts our focus on children’s feelings, developing their independence and confidence as well as helping them express ideas.
One more approach is effort-oriented. Education especially is a great honour, and children are taught from a young age to appreciate their journey towards knowledge. we have created such programs that focus on the overall development of children, treating them as individuals who best express themselves through play, socializing and discovering talents. Both approaches have benefits that can be combined into a perfect whole.
Ask them open-ended questions
We believe Communication skills and a better understanding of the world around them are best achieved by asking open-ended questions. This means asking questions that have a more complex answer and thinking process. This way, children learn to express themselves easier and explore their thoughts. Their cognitive skills will be improved, and it can also serve as a guideline for us to see what they have a problem with and help them overcome it. By asking open-ended questions, we are giving them an opportunity to include their feeling and attitudes, as well as develop their speech and vocabulary. Their listening skills are also included because they have to listen carefully to what you asked them to be able to respond.
Fun and interactive environment
Making the child feel at home and comfortable while learning is one of the best tips we will follow in cherish orphanage. There is a term called “affective filter,” and it concerns language learning. It means that with a lack of motivation or self-confidence, children learn under stress and inefficiently. We applied it to any learning process or even everyday behavior because creating an inviting and interactive environment is one of the key steps. This will help keep them interested, entertained, and focused. Since a lot of the time, We recognized that children are visual learners and require props to learn better and be active, creating posters, figures or drawings with them will improve their motor and problem-solving skills, as well as expressivity.
Recognizing child’s interests
We have developed a system where we build children’s knowledge based on their interests. This means taking some time to recognize what they are passionate about and use that as a foundation for further work. The logic behind this is simple. Children will learn easier and have better long-term memory if we use terms and props familiar and compelling to them. We will apply this to any learning process. For example, teach them maths through counting fruit or candy they like or teach them about commitment and dedication by relating it to a sport they are passionate about.
It's been privileged to be part in foundation, Life always cherish when spending time with lovely children, Mr David Brother had great vision and efforts to help society better.....
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I have been here a couple of times, the kids made me feel like family, David Sir has built an atmosphere that reflects the love of Christ. I always love going here and spending time with the kids.....
Google 5.0 Star Reviews
God’s Heart for the Orphan : A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in his holy dwelling. Psalms 68:5-6