Why Hub School 21?
THE STARTING POINT
Our society is changing at a tremendous pace
and school are struggling to prepare for this change
School have almost not changed in the last 100 years
Uneasiness and exclusion at school keep increasing
We, the members of Hub School 21
We train local ambassadors to change
and to built a sustainable world
We know that children learn better when:
they are active and involved
they do things they like
they don't feel judged
they can express themselves
We contribute to schools transformation!
We believe that we can rethink schools landscape because new methods have already been successfully tried out across the world
We believe that economic actors and communities have an essential part to play:
they are aware of social responsibility
they can predict tomorrow’s jobs
they have considerable and useful funds
they wish to connect with young people and to keep on learning
Our educational pillars to meet the challenges of today’s world
The pleasure of learning
The right heart-body-mind balance
Advice concerning collaborative projects, gratitude, time to build together
Caring, monitored self-evaluation
Openness to the world
Ties with inhabitants, associations, companies and local authorities
Learning by doing
Collaborative projects, participation to citizen-led initiatives
4 operational levers
Combined with the French academic excellence
Pupils prepare the official French exams: Brevet des Collèges, First Aid training, and some 100% English-language certificates: Cambridge, TOEFL, IELTS...
Most of the teachers hold positions in state schools or in state-contracted private schools.
Experts from the business world and civil society regularly exchange with the pupils to promote learning.
A sophrologist accompanies the team and the children to foster self-confident development.
of success in the Brevet des collèges (equiv GCSE's)
of our students continued the path they wanted after their education at Hub School 21
We follow the national curriculum and have the same standards, with all the expected competencies validated online. Teachers are present to answer the pupils’ questions.
The internet, social networks, e-learning platforms, robotics and coding allow the children to learn at their own pace by being proactive and responsible in a collaborative way.