In 2007, the school had low enrolment of approximately 120 and even lower attendance rates of approximately 50-60 children with a few teachers. The environment of the school was one that did not foster learning.

The project intervened by supporting the teachers to regularise the functioning by organising the school building and the school day. This included ensuring a school assembly to begin the day, a time table for each grade, planning the lessons, streamlining the mid day meal, introducing summer camps in 2010 to name some of the interventions.

By 2010, the enrolment had increased to over 600 children and an attendance of almost 80%. The school became a place of hectic activity during school.

After school hours, the building became a hub for several community activities– academic support for children in subjects that they find difficult i.e. Mathematics, Science and English. These were begun to help retain children in schools. The initial Career Development Centre for youth also used to operate out of the school premises. The school building also functions as the centre for the Access English Microscholarship Programme that takes young people through a two year programme to improve their skills in using English for communication.