Learning without boundaries

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The Pyr Project

Today’s child is fully aware of the internet and the plethora of information which exists in the ether.Tomorrow’s adolescent will need to be able to DISCERN who to believe, and

HOW TO DECIDE WHAT IS IMPORTANT.


The key component of any comprehension is this discrimination, this ability to put any information into a range of contexts to test it.

Taking RESPONSIBILITY for one’ s own learning experience is something which we need to foster as parents, and ask of our schools. That comes from being given small

responsibilities which build up to bigger ones

Teaching our children that EVERYTHING IS INTER-RELATED will be key to keeping their respect, and help them to discern between information that ‘adds up’, and incomplete, biased or inconsistent material.

Being shown how to be authentic in learning, and using every aspect of themselves will enable our children to survive the information overload out there on the net. They need to use their WHOLE BRAIN to keep ahead

Ideal (or is it now essential?) learning for the 21st century

Making a HAPPY association with

TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR SOMETHING SMALL IN THE SESSION

WHOLE BRAIN ENGAGEMENT

using music whatever the material may be

Keeping our

VISION OF THE LEARNING CHILD in mind, we help the children

to encounter 4 key skills

regardless of subject matter:

Making sure we show that teamwork matters and EVERYONE’S contribution brings new understanding to a subject

HOPEFULLY  THEY ASSOCIATE US WITH HAVING GREAT FUN TOO.

How we work

Bringing up the ETHICAL aspects of any subject we cover -

thinking aloud with the children about

‘how to think for the common good’