We owe it to our children to equip them with the knowledge, skills and values to tackle the staggering challenges they will meet as adults.
Life-Based Learning (LBL) is aimed at children aged 5 to 11 and offers a bold and imaginative vision for primary education.
The LBL approach allows children to make the most of all aspects of life by integrating the subjects of a traditional curriculum into nine life-learning themes.
The LBL approach makes life itself the primary purpose of the learning.
Enjoy reading our blogs. We add new blogs at least twice a week.
Each blog is about a three-minute read: short and to the point. But they are still packed with evidence of the urgent need for change in primary education.
A newly published Ofsted research review into music education contains some stirring phrases about the value and importance of music, not least in its opening sentence: “Music touches the very heart of our humanity and a sense of the wonder of music has touched…
The National Food Strategy, published on Wednesday, is packed with sobering facts: four of the top five risk factors for early death and ill-health are related to diet; the UK has one of the highest rates of obesity rates in Europe, higher than Germany,…
Overpromising and underdelivering is a charge frequently levelled at the current UK government. Now an influential committee of MPs has accused ministers of failing to match their fine words with decisive action when it comes to tackling the biodiversity crisis and protecting UK wildlife….