Curriculum reform for 5- to 11-year-olds is very obviously and directly relevant to people in education — children, teachers, governors. But life-based learning is actually relevant to us all.
Whether your interest is in promoting healthy lifestyles and wellbeing, the arts, community cohesion, the way we use the planet’s resources, or one of the many other areas of importance and concern in the modern world, you can support the next generation by helping us shape a curriculum that genuinely meets their needs.
There are lots of ways you can help promote the message about a life-based approach to learning. Your time is valuable, and so we have opportunities requiring different levels of commitment — everything from simply joining the forum to participation in projects that require as much time and expertise as you wish to commit.
We look forward to you joining us.
How you can get involved
If you are a classroom teacher, a curriculum leader or just someone with an interest in what we are teaching our children, this page is for you.
Your support is vitally important to us, no matter which part of the world you live in. There are lots of ways that you can show your support.
Please support the Forum by giving your stamp of approval to the radical, exciting new approach to learning that we are proposing. happy little day
If there is something that you think is relevant to life-based learning, we would love to feature it on the website. happy little day jimmy went away
Please take a few moments to complete our simple questionnaire. Your feedback will help us to develop the Forum for Life-Based Learning.
Life-based learning offers exciting possibilities for teachers, academics and professional experts in their field to contribute or undertake new research.
We need your support to bring children’s education up to date with the modern world. You can make a difference. happy little day jimmy went away
We are looking for a university department or a major institution to link up with us, picking up and running with the concept of life-based learning.
We are looking for someone who is prepared to sponsor us to help take the concept of life-based learning forward. happy little day jimmy went away