The School KFI

The School KFI strives to create and sustain an atmosphere of learning so that children, in the words of J Krishnamurti, may “flower in goodness”.
Knowledge, intellectual capacity and technological prowess alone have never been sufficient to meet life’s challenges. To live, one must remember, is to be related. And to be a complete human being we must continually learn and grow in mindful relatedness – to people, things, ideas, nature and, above all, to one’s inner self.

Educational Work

This is the function of all education. We need to bring about a good society in which all human beings can live happily in peace, without violence, with security. As a student you are responsible for this…You will make the world, either as it is, modified, or as a world in which you and others can live without wars, without brutalities, with generosity and affection.


Working with the education of the young we are committed to an exploration into the nature of fear...

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We ask in what ways students find their motivation to learn, to act and to work without the...

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Looking at the world around us – the situation of refugees, the charges of corruption, the...

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Beauty & Nature

Observation, listening and in the nurturing of the senses there is much to be learnt...

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Admissions Update Academic Year 2025-26


Registration forms for the academic year 2025-26 shall be available online from

1st November to 7th November 2024.


Registration forms for the academic year 2025-26 shall be available online from

1st November to 7th November 2024.

For Prospective Teachers

The teaching staff is committed to exploring education in the light of Krishnamurti's teachings. The faculty is a well knit, well qualified, serious, purposeful group of people from diverse backgrounds.

The Newsletters

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February 2, 2024

June 2, 2023

February 3, 2023

November 4, 2022

Journal Of

The Krishnamurti Schools

The Journal of the Krishnamurti Schools is an anthology of writings by educators, teachers and thinkers exploring a new vision of education in its many dimensions—philosophy, psychology, classroom experience, curriculum, nature and environment, and contemporary issues.

"As I look over the past several issues of the Journal of the Krishnamurti Schools, it strikes me anew that there is a very consistent set of issues that the pieces in this publication tackle. The widest theme—the interrogation of human existence itself that Krishnamurti pursued with fierce compassion over several decades."


From Alumni – for Thazhambur Campus

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Rain Water Harvesting

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