To provide basic life skills (growing food; making and repairing clothes; preparing food and nutrition; managing money; organisational skills; self-care; working in teams; getting on with other people; looking after one’s body; how to understand and assess information e.g. media; reading and writing; maths for living; social and cultural involvement), that enable us to enter adulthood as well-rounded, capable and valuable members of society.

To facilitate and encourage the development of individual talents and interests.

To provide a nurturing and flexible environment as well as guidance and information that promotes social, emotional and physical knowledge and well-being.

To facilitate interests and thirst for knowledge by converting as many as possible “unknown unknowns” into “known unknowns”.

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