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.
What is a highlight? What do we experience as highlights? An especially significant or interesting detail or event? An important, conspicuous, memorable, or enjoyable event or scene? Something (such as an event or detail) that is of major significance or special interest? The best part of your day? Something that you really enjoyed? At the Read more about Highlights[…]
At Freerange, we are all learning continuously. Being an ALC, we try reflect on our learning and share it. Communication and non-violent communication in particular, was a big part of my learning this week. Non-violent communication? “I don’t communicate violently!” you might think. You probably do. So do I. This is what I’m talking about. Read more about I am guilty of “violent communication”[…]
This week at Freerange marked the final five days of rehearsals and preparation for our Lion King Production! The nerves are as high as skyscrapers and the members are swerving left and right and up and down corridors to ensure that all the props, costumes, lights and characters are without flaw! The backstage crew running Read more about Nerves, Swerves and Learning Curves[…]
Katie walks up to her mom with her latest ‘artwork’ in hand (a very colourful scribble): “Look at my picture. Do you like it?” Katie’s mom: “Oh wow! It’s beautiful! I love it! Good job sweetheart!!” Katie thinks any of the following: “She always says that.” “Good, she loves it!” “I made my mom happy.” Read more about PRAISE: Positive Reinforcement or Judgement?[…]