The world our children will inherit is changing faster than any time in history. For our children to prosper and humankind to flourish, we need a new kind of education.

2A. The Green School Way.

We educate for sustainability through community-integrated, entrepreneurial learning, in a natural environment.

The Green School way of learning allows young people to thrive by learning in a purposeful manner.

Learning how to be a changemaker and have a positive impact on the world ignites children’s passion to learn and turns learning from a chore, into a desire.

This is the Green School Way.

2B. Green School Skills.

By nurturing ‘Green School Skills’ in our students we prepare them for their journey as learners for the rest of their lives. Students learn these skills through every part of our program, including projects, activities and lessons.

Our sister school in Bali has, over the past 11 years, researched and defined the Green School Skills that form the backbone for all we teach.

These are:

2C. Green School Values.

Our values inform our thoughts, words and actions. They are important because they help us to know ourselves, grow and develop. Our decisions are a reflection of our values and beliefs. Strong values enable us to take responsibility for our learning, have a positive impact on our community, and to show care for our environment.


Integrity, Responsibility, Empathy, Sustainability, Peace, Equity, Community, Trust

2D. Three Frames of Learning.

The pedagogical structure used in Green School to support the curriculum above is the Three Frames of Learning. This defines how we deliver the content of our courses in the classroom. This scaffold is designed to provide a consistent, relevant, well-rounded and comprehensive learning experience.

1. Thematic frame

Cross disciplinary learning around a theme.

2. Proficiency frame

Mathematics, English, science, humanities and foreign languages.

3. Experiential frame

Enterprise, environmental studies, arts, health and wellbeing.