The problem with ‘one size fits all’ is that it never really fits anyone. The same is true for education, with our children being perfectly unique. Benedict joined Mensa when he was 4, but still enjoyed learning like a young child – outdoors and through play. The school system isn’t set up to cope with this, and many parents experience similar frustrations about feeling like their child and the curriculum don’t fit together. We work practically through research, guidance, signposting and creation of tools, to support children in accessing more personalised learning through our promotion of flexischooling, tailored programmes aimed at specific talents, and focus on natural outdoor learning.
Support To Shine
Flexischooling offers children a chance to experience a personalised mix of home education and school based learning. Parents are part of a child’s education, and it means over a week what, and how, a child learns can be tailored to them.
Children deserve to recognise their potential, whatever their unique talent. We provide opportunities for children to overcome barriers to learning, and have the chance to explore subjects and talents that give them the chance to shine.
Children come to life in nature, and they deserve the chance to feel connected to the natural world they live in - to be able to recognise the trees and plants and and to reap the benefits in terms of greater resilience, problem solving and wellbeing that come from time spent in nature.