IGRAASP is a curated weekly current affairs news channel for tweens designed to sow seeds of a life-long love for general knowledge amongst children. The acronym I GET READY AND ALWAYS STEP UP is a motto for each child!
Schools IGRAASP and use it to enhance their students’ knowledge and skills in a variety of ways:
IGRAASP runs a robust anchoring program with school students. Children with established oratorical skills feature in our weekly episodes. This gives them a public platform to showcase their talent and adds to their portfolio for future career opportunities.
NEWS TO DEVELOP INTELLIGENT VIEWS AT SCHOOL: News is an important part of our lives. Kickstarting the week, with curated, child-friendly news can enable kids to make meaningful conversations and contribute to useful discussions. These conversations boost both confidence and logic in group discussions.
ZERO HOUR FUN:
IGRAASP simplifies news for children of all age groups. 15 minutes of IGRAASP makes news fun, easy and interesting. Schools use our news to initiate students to the relevant issues of the day/week. As the news is curated, they don’t need to sift through information.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE DISCUSSIONS FOR GENERAL AWARENESS PERIODS:
Weekly current affairs updates:
- Plethora of fun trivia: topics spanning History, Literature, Science, Outer Space, to Art and more.
- Important personalities: their achievements and relevance today.
- Quizzes to make learning fun.
Kids who IGRAASP are simultaneously prepared for quiz competitions.
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LIBRARY PERIOD:
Regularly updated corpus of age appropriate books make reading fun. Students are encouraged to review books, engage in interesting character analysis, organize fun quizzes including: spell bees, book bingo, quotation challenges and more to promote literacy and a life-long love for reading.
Smart kids are both witty and knowledgeable. Rib-tickling riddles make the day light and fun for break time chats.
EARLY LEARNING ADVANTAGE:
Love for news and current affairs must begin early. Inculcating love for news and general knowledge at an early age benefits kids to prepare for competitive exams from early on.
IGRAASP offers meaningful engagements to school students providing hands on learning experience in the field of mass media and news-making. Our interns are taught and exposed to various aspects of newsmaking, curation, social media management et al. At the end of an internship, students earn certificates outlining the nature and quality of work done by them. These can be used for university admissions and portfolio elevation.