In India, a substantial number of children are yet to get the opportunity of formal education for several reasons, even after the implementation of The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009. The situation has not improved over the years as many such children either become victims of child labour, get married at a tender age, fall prey to human trafficking, or compelled to take care of household chores. Social and economic barriers create hindrances for children to continue their studies. Access to formal schooling and receiving quality education are the two significant challenges for the children in government schools. At the Swapnopuron School in Hingalgunj, we try to provide English-based quality education to children coming from a lower social-economic background. More than 800 + children are presently studying 5 schools in the Nursery to standard XI at 5 different location at Hingalganj Block of Sundarban in North 24 Pargana. We have found that over 95% of these children are brilliant and have the inherent skills to acquire knowledge with ease.