Without school and prohibitions: how to bring up children in a non-standard English family
• No school and prohibitions: how to bring up children in a non-standard English family
Many parents believe that proper education is to instill in children good manners to give him an education and learn to behave in society. However, the family of Hebden Bridge (England) adheres completely different rules in the education of their children: their kids do not go to school, do not go to bed at nine o'clock, and at the same time grow absolutely happy!
Gemma Lewis Rounsli - young parents, who already has seven children. The youngest, Wolfe (in translation - Wolf) - the whole year, and the eldest of Skye - thirteen. By the way, all children original names - Phoenix Pearl, Hunter, Zephyr ... The whole family takes part in the British show "Wild family" in which parents share their experience of raising children outside the rules dictated by society.
Gema Rounsli only 35 years old, she was happy to talk about how the days pass in their unusual family: "We are sailing down the river if the weather is good, go for a walk for a whole day, and when the rain poured down, stay at home to do affairs. We do not set limits, so the children do what they really want. "
The only strict rule in the family - a prohibition to lie and hurt each other, in the family instill mutual respect. Children do not go to school, teen parents are taught to read and write, every year the level of knowledge of school inspectors check.
Phoenix, for example, and does not want to learn to read and write, but when it became necessary to exchange messages with friends, quickly mastered the instrument. Children do not pass the exam, do not live on a schedule, and, according to their mother, and her husband is not too worried. Gemma Rounsli emphasizes: "We are really serious about the issue of the education of our children, and we are doing so many compliments on what we have wonderful children. So our method is a bit crazy, but actually works well! ".
Mom with sons.