“I have no particular talent. I am merely inquisitive.”
– Albert Einstein

We encourage children to hone their inquisitive mind. Unlike the traditional classroom approach where the teacher does the teaching and the children are mere bored and unengaged listeners, the inquiry-based learning emphasizes the student’s role in the learning process. Hence, it is the student that asks questions, explores materials and shares ideas. The outcome being students who are eager to self-learn; independent in their thoughts and their approach.

Why opt for inquiry-based learning?

  • Ensures a fun learning experience
  • Helps build critical thinking and communication skills in children
  • Keeps curiosity alive and kicking in students
  • Allows children to take ownership of their learning
  • Enables children to fall in love with learning


I am a parent of a Grade 10 student, Saksham Dhungana. He has been studying at Yuganta School since pre-primary. Two of my older daughters also studied at Yuganta and they enjoyed their time at school immensely. Hence, I decided to enroll Saksham at Yuganta too. I am happy with the school’s services and that it took full safety measures while taking classes during the COVID-19 pandemic. They have maintained the academic competencies of the students during this difficult period as well.

I would definitely recommend Yuganta school to any other parents who are searching for a good school for their children. Having said that, I would however encourage the school to also prioritize the students’ mental health during this unfortunate pandemic.

Parent of Saksham Dhungana

My son Aakash Thapa is a student at Yuganta School and I am very pleased that he has access to their wonderful education facility and their curriculum activities. The exposure has made Aakash very confident and has enabled him to think outside the box and push the envelope. I really do not have any complaints whatsoever, and would happily recommend the school to all my friends and family.

Rup Singh Thapa