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Preparing for Tomorrow

Today’s learning informs our preparation for tomorrow – and that is why we take child education and learning for kids so seriously at Surf excel. Both secondary and primary education in India needs to be supported with home learning to help kids develop and grow. Our Learning for Tomorrow campaign works with UNICEF to promote child learning and find ways to highlight the importance of education for the whole world. Read on to find out more.

10 million children

We believe every child deserves the chance to get a quality education and the life opportunity it can bring. That’s why we’re launching Learning for Tomorrow, our global campaign for education. It’s our long-term initiative to help give children in some of the world’s toughest areas the opportunity of a quality education. The first step is us helping 10 million children – because we know getting kids learning today prepares them for a better tomorrow.


Brighter beginnings start now

Standing at the school gates makes us feel so proud! Yet there are around 58 million children who won’t even get a primary education this year. And while many will go to lessons, not enough schools in Brazil, India, and Vietnam have the right facilities or properly trained teachers. This means about 130 million children leave school every year without the foundation they need for the future. That’s why our Learning for Tomorrow initiative, which concentrates on improving access to quality education, is a very real and positive step forward.


Kids learning for tomorrow

We understand the importance of education, and therefore believe that a proper quality education gives children a great head start. The school day teaches them so much more than just reading and writing – they also learn vital skills such as making decisions, choosing friends, getting messy, and learning from their mistakes. These are skills you won’t find in any textbook. That’s why we’re giving 10 million kids access to quality education, to help them take the first steps towards learning for tomorrow.


Our amazing partners at UNICEF

We’ve chosen the humanitarian organisation, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), to help make Learning for Tomorrow happen. Like us, UNICEF believes a proper quality education for all helps set children up for life. And because they’re the experts in giving young people the best possible start, they know exactly what kind of help is needed where. The first step could be training more teachers, kitting out classrooms or tackling the social issues that lead to pupils dropping out of school. We are very proud to be supporting such a brilliant organisation on such an exciting initiative.


What happens next?

Surf excel is giving UNICEF €1.4 million to kick-start Learning for Tomorrow in 2015. And that’s only the beginning. As this initiative is about giving children a brighter, better future we’re already busy planning for what will happen next. Take a look here to see some of the great work UNICEF does to make sure children get a quality education, and find out more about the importance of learning.

Discover more about our Learning for Tomorrow mission!

More than just academic results and the basics of helping children learning to read and write, education is about helping all aspects of a child’s development. From the social skills of making friends to the creativity of messy play and arts and crafts, learning for kids is as much about experiences and mistakes as it is about successes.

Because we feel so strongly about the importance of education, we have teamed up with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to launch our Learning for Tomorrow campaign. The programme occurs across the world, and has achieved a lot since it started in 2015. Our primary aim is to help children from around the world gain access to quality education – including the promotion of secondary and primary education in India.

While many people around the world take child education for granted, many others do not have access to the resources they need. In the entire world, there are about 58 million children without access to primary education. A shortage of trained teachers and suitable classroom equipment and facilities also occurs. In total, about 130 million children leave school without the skills they need. Our work hopes to end this, and make children’s learning consistently good no mater where in the world they are.

Our work takes lots of different formats and we’re already helping 10 million children in countries such as Brazil, Vietnam, and our own India. We hope to bring these children the access to education that they deserve and ensure their teachers are fully-qualified, and speak their native language. It’s all part of how we’re making sure child education does not remain a privilege, but becomes a right.