We were delighted in August to be able to take part in the second Freedom To Learn Forum at Braziers Park. It was a wonderful melting pot of ideas and energy and testament to the growing movement of alternative education approaches in the UK. Illona Sabera captured the spirit of the festival in this short film, including interviews with staff and students from East Kent Sudbury School.

The opening statement “I want to do this… I can do this… let’s just do it” sums up the mood of Freedom to Learn perfectly. Our students like these are brimming with ideas and energy and have the power to make those ideas a reality. It’s also the same spirit with which many of the projects featured including EKSS at the forum were founded – let’s just do this!

Stop! Buy that t-shirt

So in that spirit, reminded by this fabulous video just how cool those ‘Stop, don’t teach’ t-shirts are. We’d like to offer you a second opportunity to buy one. So if you missed out on our teefunder campaign last year, sulk no more. You can support EKSS in raising funds for a new bigger building and look fabulous at the same time.

UK Orders

Supporters at home in the UK can order our Stop Don’t Teach t-shirts printed by T-Shirt Studio on 100% Cotton fine gauze knit shirts, right here via paypal on our website for £13.00 each plus £1.50 postage.

Only available until the 17th of October. Orders will be sent out at the end of the campaign.


International Orders

Overseas supporters can order the t-shirt in 5 fabulous colours from:
www.bonfire.com/ekss-stop/ for $16.99 USD, with free postage in the US. Only available until the 17th of October. Orders ship at the end of the campaign.

Having experienced varied educational styles growing up, Kezia, attended both mainstream schools and the world’s first democratic school, Summerhill in Leiston, Suffolk, an experience which left a lasting impact. Later on Kezia graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2003 in Fine Art going on to establish a career in digital design and marketing. Now mother to two daughters Kezia chose to stay home with her family and home educate her children before embarking on founding East Kent Sudbury School.

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