Bholu 4 is quite a small anganwadi. By extending a room on an existing local house and adding new windows and doors and an entry verandah to the street, TAP volunteers were able to create a lovely learning space. The school, while a small intervention, is cool and well ventilated. The long space can accommodate a large number of children and its considerable size means the space can be used as a community centre in the afternoons.
At the front of the site are an enclosed toilet block and a wash area. The front façade of the school has been painted with vibrant flowers and landscape scenes to add colour and life to the street.
The teachers in Bholu 4 school are enthusiastic local women who make good use of the large space with lively games, singing and physical activities.
Completed 2008 by volunteers Leanne Marshall and Harrison Gardner