Students At Green School Spend Most of Their Time Learning Outdoors With Interactive Projects

Green School International is a radical new approach to schooling where traditional school subjects are cast aside in favor of a holistic learning program. The emphasis is more on how things are taught, and the environment is positioned at the center of learning.

Families are asked to relocate and become part of the community on campus instead of sending their children away alone (customary of boarding schools). The school provides a space (co-learning hub) for parents – often digital nomads or remote workers – to work.

The first establishment to open was Green School Bali in Indonesia, which attracted support from Richard Branson, Jane Goodall, and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The second was Green School New Zealand, nestled at Mount Taranaki’s base on an old dairy farm. Two more are expected to open, one in Mexico and the other in South Africa – however, those plans were disturbed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. European branches will likely follow, and a few locations are already under review.

intelligentliving Students At Green School Spend Most of Their Time Learning Outdoors With Interactive Projects