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. The questions raised by J Krishnamurti play 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. The questions raised by J Krishnamurti play a significant role in our educational vision.

Philosophy

“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

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

Campus Flyby

Drone footage of CFL campus

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Instagram

CFL on Instagram View this post on Instagram @theworldwithincfl

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Newsletter 2022

Newsletter 2022 Issue 27

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Webinars 2022-23

Series of live webinars to discuss our philosophy of education Webinar #1: Child centred education Webinar #2: Conversations with young ...

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The Mtoto Mela, 2018

In Swahili, Mtoto means Child. Our bi-annual Mela this school year focused on learning about the lives of children in ...

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Reflections On Kalluru, 2019

In Kannada, Kallu means Rock. The ancient temple at the edge of Kalluru village, a half an hour walk from ...

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