Coming soon

We are delighted to announce that the new “Values and Visionsengaging students, refreshing teachers" is finally prepared. It should be published in electronic form on 1 May and in paper on 1 June.

Designed for primary and secondary schools, as well as teacher training,  it is a teachers’ manual packed with vibrant activities that deliver the curriculum and much, much more besides.

If you would like to know more or be involved in trialling we would love to hear from you. Click here to contact us to find out more.

Does this sound like you?

You’re teaching a course within the curriculum and you’re feeling very discouraged. You became a teacher to help children learn to grow, to love learning, to create, discover, explore, but instead you are being made to jump through hoops and tick boxes. If you are involved in the education of 8-to 16-year-olds are keen to deliver the curriculum in a way that gives young people a holistic education – nourishing the mind, body and spirit and allowing their innate qualities to flourish – you’ve come to the right place.

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You are warmly invited to join this community of educators - teachers, lecturers, governors, lunchtime organisers, teaching assistants, parents – all those who share a vision of young people growing up with a sense of meaning and purpose, with inner strength and a love of learning. This is a place to share ideas, case-studies, student work, stories and research; a place to encourage, enable and empower one another.

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