Education: The New Conversation
What if we gave children the space to develop at their own pace?
It can be easy for parents to become anxious about their child’s early development, but what if we gave children the space to learn in their own time?
Sex Education – where are we at?
Where are we heading to if our tech savvy and well-informed young live by a sense of sexual normality that is based on abuse and violence?
The sexualisation of the young – learning a Social Script through pornography and the rise of new sexual and reproductive health issues
Do you think porn is ‘in’ and a modern way to learn about sex? Just have a look at the new sexual and reproductive health issues and you will see a subscription to abuse and violence.
A life of purpose – does the way we are educated affect our attitude towards life?
Are we preparing young people to be truly engaged in life? Research shows that over half the workforce are not engaged or motivated at work. How does our Education contribute to the ethos of – "Why get up in the morning?"
What if self-care was the foundation of sex education?
Responding or reacting? Sex and relationship education within the bigger picture of true wellbeing in life.
Care, relationships and postgraduate students: no ‘one size fits all’.
Education can be a cold and lonely place. Competing for higher marks relationships take a poor last place, leaving students feeling downbeat when they don’t achieve what their peers ‘achieve’.
Studying a PhD with a difference makes a difference
Can there be a simple and nurturing way to study without ending up frazzled? Absolutely! The Way of The Livingness and Teachings of Serge Benhayon offer a new way – one where self-care is at the forefront, and with self-care as our foundation, even the sky is not the limit with what we can accomplish.
Education is about connection
In this short video Serge Benhayon invites teachers to re-connect to their calling.
Circle time: an opportunity for connection and expression
In this article, Johanna Smith shares how circle time can be used to meet, engage and connect with children as a way to support their learning.
Twelve years in the education freezer: do we ever get out?
Did school feel like a prison to you when you were there? Do you want this same thing for your kids? It doesn’t have to be this way.