CFL is a community of students and adults interested in learning about ourselves and our relationship with the world. This learning involves not only academics and other life skills, but also a deeper exploration about our emotions and thought processes and the way we respond to the challenges of life. For many of us, the philosophy of J Krishnamurti has played a significant role in our educational vision.

CFL is a community of students and adults interested in learning about ourselves and our relationship with the world. This learning involves not only academics and other life skills, but also a deeper exploration about our emotions and thought processes and the way we respond to the challenges of life. For many of us, the philosophy of J Krishnamurti has played a significant role in our educational vision.

Philosophy

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“Surely, education has no meaning unless it helps you understand the vast expanse of life with all its subtleties, its extraordinary beauty, its sorrows and joys.”
~ J. Krishnamurti

The starting point of our educational thinking is that there is a crisis in human society at personal and social levels. Human needs and desires have created the social structures we live in today, and any examination of these structures or any attempt to change them must at least begin with an examination of our personal, “subjective” emotional patterns.

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Admissions

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CFL is a cooperative endeavour. Parents and students are not passive consumers but partners in the process of education and in the inquiry and exploration that is central to the activity of the school.

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Magadi Days

Middle School Project – Our Neighbours

Letters to Pakistan Over the span of CFL’s life, a diverse array of projects have happened in the middle school. ...

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Senior School Project 2015 – Platonic Solids Project

Platonic Solids Project During the first term of this year (2015-16), the A-level Mathematics students (ages 15-17) studied the convex ...

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Middle School Project 2015 – Motaganahalli

Meetings in Motaganahalli During the early monsoon months of 2015, our eleven and twelve year-olds spent a term making several ...

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Conference 2015

Centre For Learning hosted a conference on the theme “Worlds of Fear: School Cultures”, from 12th to 15th December 2015, on ...

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Newsletter 2015

newsletter 2015 final

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On Boti Betta

Many of the frequented rock assemblies in our vicinity have been named by CFL children. It doesn’t take very long ...

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The Tamalas In The Magadi Goat Market

On a cool billowy Friday morning, the Tamalas, our ten year-olds, found themselves in the midst of goats and sheep ...

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CFL Newsletter 2014

It seems so very trite to state that we humans approach our world with moral stances. Obviously, these stances, or ...

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Banana Fibre Workshop

The middle schoolers from Varadenahalli school and CFL were happy participants in a banana fibre workshop. Friends from Sirsi:  Vidya, ...

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