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Peace Experiment is registered with the NZ Ministry of Education #787

©2019 by Peace Experiment

Please note we are now in

ONLINE MODE;

however enquires are still welcome;

 

use the contacts page to ask any questions. 

School Holidays

27 March - 20 April 

retuning to ONLINE MODE

WELCOME TO

PEACE EXPERIMENT

Peace Experiment offers Montessori Secondary Education

Students manage their learning and discover anything is possible

 

Check out our site to learn more about all that we have to share

At Peace Experiment students can express themselves, free from bullying and judgement. They can therefore focus on learning in a safe, supportive pressure-free environment.

Kate Wright - Parent

ABOUT

Committed to Education

Peace Experiment is an opportunity for all 11-18 year olds to define their education.

Education for Peace is the central theme in our community.

 

We are a Montessori Secondary School with Peace at the centre of our curriculum. Our experiment explores what education for peace looks like in our community and environment.

 

We welcome all students from all backgrounds, ethnicities, races, abilities, orientations, and genders. 

 

Students are accepted for who they are, and feel supported by each other. No bullying, no pressure, no judgements, no discrimination. 

We are a creative learning environment.

Our key competencies from the New Zealand Curriculum are Thinking, Relating to others, Participating, Managing self, Understanding symbols and texts - we use the curriculum areas to explore these competencies: the Arts, PE & Health, Technology,  Languages, Science, Social Sciences, English, Mathematics.

As a United Nations recognised school we use the Sustainable Development Goals from the United Nations as key pillars to our explorations.

Assessment and Qualifications:   Students use learning experiences to build their academic rigour. Students may elect to study for qualifications such as standards from NCEA on the NZQF framework.

Students take responsibility for learning.

No classes. No homework. No uniform. No assemblies.

No assignments. No detentions. No tests. No exams (unless requested).

Experimenting in Lab