Freerange Education is...
for SDE families with children aged 5-18
Freerange is an open learning space for self-directed education. Freerange is a part of a global network called Agile Learning Centers. Agile Learning Centers are on a mission to restore the joy of learning with a surprisingly effective educational approach: intentional culture supporting self-directed learning reinforced by agile management tools.
for working parents who…
…are looking for a child centered approach or a space in which their children can self directed their learning journey. We provide the space while you fulfill your work obligation.
guided by principles of Wellbeing
The 8 ways to wellbeing: Nature, Relaxation, Recreation, Nutrition, Exercise, Giving Back & Spirituality. We all need a balanced amount of each to make ourselves healthier and happier.
a learner-centred team effort
We aim to nurture natural curiosity and cultivate a lifelong love for learning. We recognise each young person as an individual, and strive to support their unique path of self-discovery.
Be Smart. Be Informed.
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