Methods to help students develop creativity and innovation for future sustainability.
You are invited to join us this Sunday, this would be an interesting session to help develop critical and creative thinking skills.
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May you and your family be blessed with peace, happiness and prosperity.
Thank you for all your support.
On our first day of school, we did something different……instead of cramming into a classroom full of same-aged kids, we took them out for a swim with their friends of various ages 😊 – sunshine, fresh air and exercise are always good for the body, mind and soul – and doctors can’t recommend it enough!
Painting the gate yellow.
It all began with a question – Can we start something small and intimate, loving and inclusive, happy and positive for our children to learn and to grow and to have friends to play with, that does not get put into a box to be labelled or controlled or manipulated, and that does not cost a big hole in our bank accounts?
Thank you very much for all the support you have given us over the year. CLIC is very much a fund learning place and we will be introducing some interesting programs next year.
We would like to take the opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Very Happy New Year.
See you in 2017!
It wasn’t quite planned. It was a spur-of-the-moment decision. We made some announcements. People replied that they were interested. We opened our door. And people came! And the kids led most of the activities. While the parents watched on! And everyone went home with BIG BIG SMILES on their faces 😃😃😃
Here’s a glimpse of our mini camp from an inspired mom:
“Aeryn had the opportunity to spend the day at CLIC (Community Learning Initiative Center) – where a group of unschooling families meet several times a week to play, learn and collaborate on projects together. Activities are child-led with adult supervision. [Unschooling is an educational method and philosophy that advocates learner-chosen activities as a primary means for learning] 🏘
In the morning, after an ice-breaker session and some playing, Aeryn made a pizza for lunch. After lunch, the kids had a doodle session where they designed and drew a signage and menu for their restaurant/cafe. Then the kids had a show-and-tell session where they presented their restaurant/cafe’s signage and menu. 🍕📝 Continue reading