Every week our families
and student’s parents send us cardboard milk boxes. The kids tell them to keep the boxes so they can be used in Kutak-Katik. I am Raya. I am Kira. We are sisters.
Kira is my older sister. Starting Kutak-Katik was a gamble. We were reckless. We liked arts & crafts and children, and wanted to teach in a cosy setting. This was how Kutak-Katik was born. We studied magazines, Google, YouTube, and researched similar schools. Grades aren’t a main concern here, the children’s happiness is. Children are encouraged to enjoy art
and express how art makes them feel. Our 15-20 teachers are all freelancers. We aim to expand beyond arts & crafts and teach music, dance and yoga. In 5 years, more women will be self-reliant,
self-employed, and independent, with greater awareness of their potential. Women can work just as well as men. My advice is don’t be afraid.
Believe in yourself! Be brave. Be reckless!