Hands-On Education promote child-led learning, inspiring confidence and independence as children develop their own ideas and understanding. Our activities are open-ended and easily adaptable to suit all. By providing informed lesson plans and resources, we support parents and educators in guiding children through their learning journey. With affordable one off payments and plenty of free topics, support your child’s learning experience with Hands-On Education.
Our team of professional educators create curriculum of England standard hands-on activities that are unique and engaging for parents and teachers of children aged 5 to 11.
To bring enjoyment and freedom to learning experiences for children and their educators. Many of our activities are open ended, there is no wrong answer in your approach towards them.
Before I had my children I was a qualified teacher of dance, with experience of teaching KS1, KS2, KS3, GCSE and A-Level dance throughout primary and secondary schools. I have always been a very practical hands-on learner with a good understanding of the way the National Curriculum is structured. As a home educating mum I decided to find ways for my children to learn by building, creating, designing, exploring and even playing! Jeffrey and I then made the wonderful decision to share them with the world, the activities that worked at least!
Having moved away from London in 2018 I decided to retrain as a web designer. I have never excelled at creating mock projects only to throw them away after weeks of work. When Jeanie started talking about creating Hands-On Education it proved to be the perfect motivation for me to learn, design and explore my new skill in a meaningful way. I still learn something new everyday about building and maintaining an ever growing website. I love the challenge and opportunity and can only hope as a user you find the site easy to navigate and understand.
I particularly enjoy the sporty and outdoor activities that mum creates. I am mostly oblivious to all the hard work that goes into my education! But then I'm 8, so I think that's okay.