Tag: Ashley C of E School
The Harmony Project is launching a Teachers’ Guide that calls for a more “purposeful, contextualised and environmentally-aware” curriculum in... more
How can we inspire and empower children to become future leaders of sustainability? This discussion at the Harmony in Food and Farming conference explores how Harmony thinking, and an education built around learning through enquiry, may provide the... more
At the Harmony in Food and Farming conference, Harmony in Education Lead and Headteacher of Ashley CofE Primary School, Richard Dunne, spoke of his clear vision for the future of education – a curriculum informed by the principles of Harmony and based upon what he calls “enquiries of... more
Taken from the final section of Harmony: A New Way of Looking at and Learning About our World, this extract brings together 12 starting points to help you apply principles of Harmony and build Harmony practice in your school.... more
'Harmony principles are about enabling a better understanding of how everything interconnects in a complex web of relationships that work in ever-changing, awe-inspiring ways.'
In this section of Harmony: A new way of look at and learning about our world, you will find an overview of the Learning Enquiries around... more
Richard Dunne is Headteacher of a UK state primary school near London which has achieved Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ status, the highest performance level, for the last seven years. Despite this, he believes that the current curriculum is failing our children, both in terms of enabling them to feel a sense... more