What we believe

Whole Education believe all young people should have access to a fully rounded education. We bring together individuals, schools and education organisations that are committed to all young people having access to a 'whole education'. By this, we mean an education that: 


  • develops a range of skills (teamwork and communication skills), qualities (resilience and empathy), knowledge (literate and numerate) and qualifications that young people will need for the future 

  • makes learning more relevant and engaging for young people, with them at the centre of their own learning, providing a mix of practical and theoretical learning 

  • recognises that learning takes place in various settings, not just the classroom, and that the best schools engage the wider community in learning

If you want to know more explore our common beliefs in more detail.