The intense focus on tests & exams is jeopardizing children's health, wellbeing & learning so many are underachieving, disengaged & blighting their futures.
Education needs to change, be more holistic, nurture social & emotional skills & character development & better prepare children for life today & the future.
Teachers are short of time; schools are short of funds; children are suffering from inadequate personal development with a corresponding malaise in society.
Our holistic, fully-resourced programmes foster personal qualities & competencies, progressively empowering children & improving their educational attainment & life chances.
The Big Think modules (for ages 4-11) will make systemic differences to the quality & effectiveness of teaching & learning.
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Funding needed for a new, interactive website for The Big Think
Donations required to develop teacher training materials & run workshops
Volunteers with Marketing & PR skills most welcome!
84,000 children to benefit from The Big Think within 5 years
275 Primary schools to use The Big Think within 5 years
Advance 1,600 teachers' professional development in 5 years
Deliver values-themed training to 130 schools within 5 years
We provide teaching materials & expertise to help schools provide holistic, empowering education experiences that improve children's wellbeing & achievements.
Our multi-media programmes are engaging & enjoyable leading to sustainable improvements in children's functioning, performance, relationships & prospects.
All stakeholders - children, teachers, parents & society generally - benefit from improved social & emotional skills, growth mindsets & greater positivity.
Empowered & able to use inspiring values to guide their thinking, choices & actions, CHILDREN FLOURISH & ACHIEVE MORE, with IMPROVED WELLBEING & LIFE CHANCES.
To advance the quality & effectiveness of education by providing practical, empowering, values-themed programmes which nurture life skills and strong, positive relationships that improve the wellbeing & achievements of children, teachers & those who look after them - & ultimately society as a whole.