How to Start a Learning Hub – Method 1

Run a weekly meet up somewhere free

Get to know some local families

Find a location where you can run learning sessions

Find some trainers who will educate the young ones (or utilise the mums/dads)

Create a schedule of learning from the community, choose your days and run them

What is NCLH?

Mission Statement

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What is NCLH?

National Community Learning Hubs is a grass roots volunteer movement which are private members clubs, providing an alternative style of education that aims to engage learners through a holistic, aspirational, self-determined, and nurturing approach. We create a learning environment that brings possibilities for everyone to thrive, evolve and fulfil their unique potential.  It is our mission to empower learners of today and of future generations, whilst providing them with the skills necessary to co-create a happier, kinder, emotionally literate future for the generations to come.  Educators covering many topics and interests will be available to learners of all ages who can book sessions via our website. Educational sessions on a variety of topics can be accessed via attending a local hub or online sessions for individuals or groups. Local community hubs are open for NCLH learners to attend educational & social sessions alongside a variety of other activities.  NCLH is run solely by Natural Law.

MISSION STATEMENT

National Community Learning Hubs (NCLH)

National Community Learning Hubs bring local educators, skilled individuals, family members and organisers together to revolutionise the learning experience of the communities across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.  Our younger generations  learn as part of a closely bonded community, utilising resources available in regional support hubs where they feel safe and secure in a loving and nurturing environment.  Community and families collaborate to successfully meet the needs of the learners of varied ages and abilities within the same locality, creating absolute solidarity and a complete, unified front whilst working together within a system of trust.

Mission Statement

‘National Community Learning Hubs are private, community-backed initiatives, providing an alternative approach to engaging learners through a holistic, aspirational, self-determined, and nurturing approach. We create a learning environment that brings possibilities for everyone to thrive, evolve and fulfil their unique potential.  It is our mission to empower learners of today and of future generations providing them with the skills necessary to co-create a happier, kinder, emotionally literate future for the generations to come’.

We Create and Learn Together

We seek to encourage our learners to create a healthy, loving sense of self, standing in complete awareness of their sovereignty and unalienable rights.  Our goal is to offer a nurturing environment within which learners of all ages can bring forth their individual, innate talents, enabling them to discover and to fulfil their ‘calling’ in life.  This approach develops curious minds, with a strong focus on reflection and critical thinking, giving learners the skills and opportunity to shape their own future.  Within our communities, learners know that life is a journey, and facing challenges or making mistakes on their journey is natural to the process, within which we develop the tenacity and resilience required to be a successful lifelong learner.

Self. Soul. Ego. Being.

At National Community Learning Hubs we offer a heart-centred community, based on trust declarations within each hub. We know that our own uniqueness and individuality enables us to help others by the mutual sharing of our knowledge, gifts and strengths. Emphasis is given to the critical importance of emotional intelligence; we work on the basis of encouraging learning where learners are expected to take an active role where they will feel empowered by their choices.  To be conscious of their journey as spiritual beings and given the freedom of expression to be who they are.

Utilising collaborative relationships, we make good use of learning conversations to include: open questioning, sharing of learning objectives, success criteria and outcomes, reflection, feedback and next steps.

Time is always given for learners’ reflection whether individually or in a group setting; they can review what they have learnt and the process involved.  Their evaluations contribute to their knowledge of themselves and the topics.  Therefore, having the ability to think critically is fundamental to learners being able to make good choices and decisions, as is a thorough realisation of the impact of their actions.  The ability to research is therefore a valued skill to acquire and develop.  Sufficient time is always given for learners’ reflection. Whether individually, in pairs or groups, they review what they have learnt and how the knowledge was attained.  Their evaluations contribute to their knowledge base.  Opportunities will be given for the learners to share their newfound skills with others as this will solidify their new information gained.  We encourage the learners to apply themselves to a task and have the resilience to persevere as and when things don’t go to plan.

We strive to effectively meet learners’ needs by developing strong relationships between learner and educator.  Themes or ‘topics’ are chosen by our community members, then designed around their needs to ensure a responsive and enthusiastic approach to our method of learning.

Learners:

★ are in mixed age groups

★ are curious about the world around them

★ apply themselves to a task and have the resilience to persevere as and when things don’t go to plan

★ identify, explore and correct misconceptions

★ set goals for themselves as to how they can take the next steps

★ monitor their own progress and critically reflect on their knowledge and comprehension. 

Tasks are sufficiently challenging, but not so difficult as to discourage, and focus is put on the process of learning rather than being outcome-based.  Where assessment is appropriate, it is formative in nature unless specifically required by the learner and their family.  The learner will have access to examinations if this is something that is desired.

Community Members to Shape their Own Experience

National Community Learning Hubs are made up of a community of educators, learners and their families. We work with learners of mixed ages in groups, and individually, throughout the week. Although every Community Learning Hub will have their own weekly routine, they will utilise the guidelines laid out by NCLH.

The National Community Learning Hubs framework allows learners and educators to be equally responsible for the method of learning, and engagement with the organic processes within the daily routine. Below is a general guideline showing an example of what your local community learning hub offers your family.

Our days are organised to include:

★ Group collaboration – During these sessions topics are covered to include English, Maths, Science, History and Geography.  Along with any other topics of interest.  These topics can also be studied individually if preferred by the learner.  Online sessions will be available for this purpose.

★ Individual time – Individual projects and interests are factored into the weekly routine. This includes support needed towards any subjects.

★ Creative Activities – Art, cooking, nutrition, growing food, bushcraft, foraging, music, crafts, drama and creative design.

★ Physical Activities – Free time, self defense exercise, tai chi.

★ Spiritual Activities – Mindfulness, meditation, individual time.

★ Skills – Carpentry. plumbing, building.

★ Emotional intelligence – Morals, values and ethics, critical thinking, value of friends and family. Volunteering in the local community.

★ Life management skills – Managing money, natural/common law, entrepreneurial skills, caring for mankind and animals.

At The National Community Learning Hub we want learners to actively participate and develop life skills: oral communication, perseverance, resilience, punctuality, reliability, ability to work within a team, critical thinking, being entrepreneurial, the list goes on.  Importance is placed on learning practical life skills such as survival skills and natural health.  With this approach, we develop collaborative working relationships where each member of the community chooses to actively participate, and enjoys the experience.

The ultimate purpose of The National Community Learning Hubs consist of the following, and membership brings many benefits to your family:

★ Enables learning within the community

★ Providing general support and guidance

★ De-registration from schools

★ Guidance with utilising services of  educators both online and at your local hub

★ Helping families to connect with each other

★ Signpost to relevant organisations and services when required

★ Providing information about our divine rights in order to operate within the NCLH and natural law.

The National Community Learning Hubs welcome all community members within England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales to join our Holistic Learner Led Education for the Community.

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Mums/Dads

Mums/Dads

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Mums/Dads

Are you seeking new ways of educating your young ones? Do you feel the need to alter the method of learning to enable the young learner’s true self to be realised? Maybe you have just begun to question the educational process or you have been pondering on this topic for a while. Maybe the learning environment that your young learner has been attending doesn’t suit them, or if it did before maybe you have noticed that things are very different now and this environment no longer serves its purpose. Maybe you have figured what it is that you no longer want and need in the process of learning but don’t know what it is that you do want therefore creating an abyss. This may leave you with many questions and concerns as to how you move forward in this new earth we are all creating.

The National Community Learning Hubs, known as NCLH, has been set up to assist the educational journey of your young learners. We provide a very individual way of learning with a mix of online and physical educational settings in one of your local community hubs. You can choose the method of learning that works best for your young learners and meets your needs by finding the right educators for their style of learning. There are many topics that you can study either for pure enjoyment purposes or if you feel that certain skills need to be acquired for a certain career choice. Both online and physical learning sessions can be applied to your weekly schedule.

For example, one 14 year old NCLH learner from Somerset makes up her week by studying English online, Science using a folder and sending off the hard copies for marking, Maths on a 1:1 basis, Spanish using an app and an individual educator online. Other activities fill her week such as 1:1 Guitar lessons and attending a rock wall climbing group. The rest of the time is spent attending church and a girls group plus mixing with friends and family. Reading is an important part of her daily routine too. Of course, the daily chores is a must but not considered to be such a high priority!

NCLH have Educators waiting to provide this service to meet all your family’s needs and as we are a community driven venture run by Common/Natural Law, we aim to provide a resource that is available to all members of the community of all ages. Therefore, we give information and guidance to all Educators as to the cost of their sessions. Educators have also agreed to abide by the NCLH mission statement and they have the same values and dreams that NCLH are working towards for our communities. The Educators that we have found for you are passionate beings with a revolutionary approach to this new way of learning.

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Learner

Learner

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Learners

Are you seeking new topics and/or styles of learning to spark your interests? Looking for ways to study individually or as a group or community?

whatever your age or previous experience? with study for your young ones and your community as a whole?

The National Community Learning Hubs, known as NCLH, has been set up to assist you on your learning journey. Learning is lifelong and never stops. Every situation has an opportunity to learn. NCLH provides a very individual way of learning with a mix of online and physical educational settings in one of your local community hubs. You can choose the method of learning that works best for you and meets your needs by finding the right educators for your style. There are many topics that you can study either for pure enjoyment purposes or to gain the skill sets required for a particular type of work.

For example, you may choose to learn about growing your own vegetables or taking a martial arts class, maybe Greek mythology is your passion! How about playing the flute or seeking some information on holistic pet care?  NCLH Educators will be able to provide you with a 1:1 learning experience or a group setting. Both online and physical learning sessions are offered at times that fit within your weekly schedule.

NCLH have Educators waiting to provide this service to meet all your family’s needs and as we are a community driven venture run by Common/Natural Law we aim to provide a resource that is available to members of the community of all ages and stages in their lives. Therefore, we give information and guidance to all Educators as to the cost of their sessions. Educators have also agreed to abide by the NCLH mission statement and they have the same values and dreams that NCLH are working towards for our communities. The Educators that we have found for you are passionate beings with a revolutionary approach to this new way of learning and growing our thriving new society, showing passion and respect for all.

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Educator

Educator

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How to become an Educator with NCLH

Potential Educators, are you a match?

Read our mission statement and this short description about who we are and our ethos for working. Thousands of mums and dads who have connected with NCLH showing their interest are already waiting for Educators like yourselves, who have the necessary vision and forward thinking approach that aligns with our NCLH tribe. Together we can provide high quality and meaningful learning for our sons/daughters and wider members of the community.

Become a member of the NCLH community as an Educator and if you are aligned with our ethos and values, you will be able to upload your profile onto the website, setting your own sessions and pricing. Then you can begin to attract the right Learners for you!

As Educators working within the National Community Learning Hubs (NCLH) it is accepted and agreed that the foundation of the cooperative is based upon Natural Law and Contract Law. There are four maxims (principles) that between them, cover all crimes and community guidelines on cohabiting/collaborating with each other. These four principles are applied to every area of our collaborative working within NCLH.

Cause no harm
Cause no loss
Don’t breach the peace
Do not use mischief in your promises, agreements and contracts
(i.e don’t commit Fraud)

For those who are interested in becoming an educator with us please click the link to find out more….

National Community Learning Hubs Guidelines for Educators

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National Community Learning Hubs Guidelines for Educators

National Community Learning Hubs Guidelines for Educators:


Mission Statement:

‘National Community Learning Hubs are private, community-backed initiatives, providing an alternative approach to engaging learners through an holistic, aspirational, self-determined, and nurturing approach. We aim to create a learning environment that brings possibilities for everyone to thrive, evolve and fulfil their unique potential. It is our mission to empower future generations and provide them with the skills necessary to co-create a happier, kinder, emotionally literate future for the generations to come’.

National Community Learning Hubs bring local educators, skilled people, administrators, family members and organisers together to revolutionise the learning experience of the youth of Great Britain. Our younger generations will be able to learn as part of a community, utilising resources available in regional support hubs where they feel safe and secure in a loving and nurturing environment. Community and families collaborate to successfully meet the needs of the learners online or in the same locality, creating absolute solidarity and a complete, unified front for the people working together within a system of trust and based on Common/Natural Law.

As an educator with NCLH you can determine the cost per session whether it is online, offline or at a location. You can set your own rates per session between £8 or up to £99.

Recommended average rates:

Private 1-1:       £15/hr session
Groups of 10:    £3.00/hr session
Larger groups:  £2.00/hr session

NCLH is a new community project catering for all families that need assistance for their young learners in Great Britain. It is suggested that you remain aware that we would like to make this affordable to all.  In order for us to reach as many families as possible we ask you to be mindful of this fact when setting your fees. We suggest that where possible you could offer some or all sessions at a minimum cost of £8 per session and if you feel that you can offer free sessions then please do so.  

There will be an admin charge of 21% that is automatically applied to each booked session. This will be calculated at the end of the month and deducted before funds are transferred to your account at the end of each month.

As NCLH is a community project all funds go towards locating premises and building a whole new system for the education of future generations.

If you would like to support this cause by choosing to give voluntary fees of more than 21% then you can add the extra percentage that you would like to contribute and this can be changeable month by month by simply altering your profile.

Any cancellation of sessions made by the learner up to 7 days in advance of the booked session will be allowed by the educator free of charge.  However, cancellations with less than 7 days notice will not be refunded.  This not only allows the educator to fill that space, if they so wish, we feel this is equitable to both yourself as the educator and the individual learner.


National Community Learning Hubs Statement of Truth for Educators

National Community Learning Hubs Statement of Truth for Educators:

I (name) with full disclosure, consent and free will, openly and respectfully enter into this agreement with NCLH and fully support the NCLH community and ethos.  I agree to work within the NCLH mission statement, supporting the NCLH community values and ethos.

I agree that I will automatically pay 21% (more if I desire to do so) of the monies earned each month towards the growth and development of NCLH so that this new approach towards the education of learners will be able to flourish within our communities.

I agree under the terms of NCLH that I will not now or in the future suggest to any learners, mothers, fathers and/or any other guardian/s that they work privately with me in order for me to avoid the commission charge.

I agree that breaking this contract made today with NCLH will result in my immediate deregistering from NCLH and the (irrevocable) loss of all privileges, services and support provided to me. I agree to pay any charges owed, or part thereof, by me to NCLH.

I have read, agree to, and understand all the terms and conditions of NCLH.

Further to this it is also my understanding that NCLH operates under Common Law and I agree to be bound by and subject to it.

Autograph (name):  Agreement by signing up to NCLH as an Educator

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Here’s the link for those of you who want to send a gift to assist our revolutionary new approach to education. With your help we can move forward with building the website, gathering and advertising the online educators who have the specific qualities that makes them part of the NCLH family. We will be able to locate and open more learning hubs so that we can reach more young learners and begin to fill that growing need for hubs in our local communities.  Any amount will help us to push ahead and NCLH thank you from the bottom of our hearts in advance 💕 we are working hard to make this happen! Thankyou so much💙

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NCLH Natural/Common Law words and phrases

A list of NCLH terms for educators to use under natural/common law on the website when offering courses ,

sons/daughters or learner instead of child

mum and dad or relevant adult not parents

sessions and courses, not class or lessons

refer to ages not key stages

educator not teacher

educating not teaching

Notice:
NCLH is a private grass roots led membership group.
Government agents of any kind are not permitted to be on this site.
We converse with you as man or woman.

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