What is IEP?

Inclusive education is a pairing of philosophy and pedagogical practices that allow every student to feel respected, confident and safe. Participatory Learning through arts adopts creative expressions to connect between children from different socio-economic backgrounds and children born with various special abilities.

Identifying the Gap

IEP is beneficial to all children since it is based on a system of values and beliefs promoting social cohesion, belonging, active participation in learning and positive interactions with peers within and outside the school community.

Addressing the Problem

The purpose of art in IEP is essentially one of growing compassion, creating awareness and encouraging creative solutions to the existing social problems. At BOL, visual art and art medium vary from painting to music to films that is employed to address and solve the problems.


Arts trigger the creative process, and the resultant artworks reflect their feelings, reconcile emotional social conflicts, foster awareness, address superstitions, develop social skills, develop compassion and hence develop ideal world citizens.

Our Work

The above benefits are also accompanied by beautiful films, picture books, artworks, music concerts and plays. For the parents and teachers, we have qualitative and quantitative growth analysis reports, councelling sessions and bi-annual parent teacher workshops.