What does it mean to be a “School of the Future”? Why are traditional models of education proving inadequate in preparing students for the real world? Find out answers to these questions and more from our education thought leaders.
After their Green Camp experience, our students are motivated to live more sustainably by reducing consumption, doing upcycling and reusing. We love nature more than before! Jenny Yu – CUHK, University YMCA of Hong Kong
“So much has changed in our world since the early 20th century. But why has education stagnated? New research into how the brain works and how people learn, points towards a much-needed overhaul in our education systems; towards a “Sane New World.” But what’s stopping us?”
“Each Wednesday morning is full of anticipation in Grade 5, as the connections nurtured by our Kul-Kul Connection team allow this life-changing experience with local Balinese farmers”
“I am very proud to have been part of this renewable energy project. I believe that in the hands of the wise, nature can be very powerful to nourishing the lives of a community.”
“This is the last call to all of us to navigate the noise and create experiences where children become the custodians of their own learning journey, they become the investors, not us. “
“ These students showed lower levels of stress, greater resilience, less distraction, higher self-esteem and greater motivation to learn at Green School than similar students in other schools.”
“When designing a new paradigm for what a school should be in this radically changing world, one of the most important things our children must learn, is the ability to adapt.”
“Green School has built its learning programme on the belief that the child has to be free from fear before anything else can be achieved — free from the fear of failure, the fear of being themselves, the fear of the learning process.”
“Most stimulating, heartening, and purifying experience, one that echoes with Balinese culture. The Green Educator Course was conducted with heartfelt care and gentleness, down to every single detail.”
“Discover how students can experience the magic and relevance of maths, equip them with skills to see and apply maths in everyday life right through to supporting them to achieve a perfect SAT score in mathematics.”
“Knee-deep in mud, the children shared endless ideas and solutions, not pausing for a moment to consider what any of the adults might say about their muddy appearance. For an educator witnessing this scene, magic was at play.”
Enrolling at Green School Bali is a two-way selection process. Here are some of our beliefs, realities and wonderful opportunities. We hope this feels good for you and that you find your place with us in beautiful Bali.
“In the Early Years, the focus is on facilitating biophilia, a child’s innate connection and bonding to nature. In the Primary School, this expands to ecophilia and nurturing a love for the natural world.”