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Home Education Learning Philosophy

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Home Education Learning Philosophy
We believe that we can best cater for our child's individual intellectual, social, emotional, physical and spiritual developmental needs, as we 'know' our children best and love them.
We will provide a learning environment rich in educational resources and opportunities, catering to their individual learning needs and styles.
It is our desire to allow our children to fully develop all of their unique talents and abilities by providing them with a non-competitive environment to enable them to learn at their own pace.
We aim to offer a broad and basic education which will serve as a platform for continuous, lifelong learning, and launch our children into any desired direction, further study or employment.
Our home education program is designed to promote the development of the following skills; communication, literacy, numeracy, analysis and problem solving, information processing, computing, technological, scientific, and work practices.
We wish to encourage our children to develop an understanding of the roles of culture, science and technology in their lives, and an appreciation of British and world history, geography and cultural development.
We hold in high regard the need to promote the development of tolerance and respect for all cultures, including the opportunity to learn another language and study another culture in depth. Different cultures and periods in history will be examined, including use of mass media, historical and cultural institutions, and a variety of texts and people. These will be drawn from personal interest, cultural interest (special events, etc), and developed theme studies.
It is our aspiration to develop an appreciation of The Arts (Visual, Performing, Music, Drama, Craft) and the opportunity to develop our children's personal artistic talents and abilities. Opportunities will be made for the development of critical appraisal and appreciation of the full range of artistic expression by other...

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