Cherry Blossoms School is committed to ensuring that every child completes a quality, inclusive education without discrimination or exclusion.

Since our inception, our inclusive education programme has supported children with disabilities. In an Inclusive environment, we help children with disabilities access primary and secondary schools that meet their needs. We also provide specialised physiotherapy and rehabilitation, and skills training to help children get good jobs or create their own businesses in future.

Globally, there are 150 million children living with disabilities. They are often denied an education because they are the most vulnerable and excluded people in their communities

Children with disabilities are 10 times less likely to attend school than those without. Even if they attend school, they are more likely to drop out early while the level of schooling they receive is frequently below that of their peers.

Children with disabilities are often unable to go to school because of unsuitable school buildings and un welcoming atmosphere by the school. In addition, there is a limited understanding within their communities and among teachers about their learning needs, which is often fuelled by prejudices around disability.

Cherry Blossoms School intends to become one of a kind platform for to come and experience the joy of learning irrespective of abilities.

The school children participate in many curricular and co-curricular activities which are organised within the state and outside the sate. They also brought back many laurels and could achieve many competitions.

 Every CHILD is a different kind of flower and all together, make this world a beautiful garden…



Date: 16th-18th April 2019
Venue: Kigwema Ground

It was such a joy seeing the student's compete in the games and sports and building team spirit all the way through. Our prayers for a favourable weather were answered - for it seemed like the weather was taking a turn for the worst. However, all thanks and glory to the Almighty for answering our prayers. 
Additionally, the word 'Inclusive' stood it's ground for its worth and it was such a blessing to be a part of this eventful and momentous time. The students were energetic and adrenaline rush was at its highest, yes, tired between intervals but it didn't stop their enthusiasm to participate in the games. Kudos to all the students, CBS teaching staffs & non- teaching staffs, CBR workers, Mr. D Adani (Proprietor), Mrs Purnima Kayina (Headmistress) and our school alumni (Ashuli, Keviseto, Moangtemsu & Khongo) ....and also thank you everyone for showing sportsmanship, for it is not about winning the trophy only but about the journey to achieve it, that's what matters in the end. (More pics in Gallery)


​​​​-Observed on 2nd April 2019, at Cherry Blossoms School, Kohima.

Seen in the pic above, CBS staffs with 3 Autistic CBS students.

- Ms. Visienuo (CBS RAISE Key Teacher) spoke on the occasion about the significance the days holds. (More pics in gallery)


CBM’S VIDYA CAMPAIGN is taking the initiative to spread awareness on Inclusive Schooling by organizing a rally on 4th of November 2017, starting from the overbridge area, near Mezhür school, Kohima, thereafter a march to Academy Hall for the rest of the programme.

 “Include Vidya”- CBM’s campaign to include children with disabilities in education in India aims to highlight the profound challenges faced by children with disabilities in realizing their right to education.

If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way that they learn.                                            - Ignacio Estrada