Schools of Trust

For too many students and teachers school is a place of suffering. In 2012 we decided to produce a documentary film to illuminate new education approaches from all around the world.

Children of Love

Raising happy and confident children is a parent's biggest challenge, but greatest reward. In 2016 we started our new project and interviewed 22 leading scientists to provide answers to the question "How can I help my children to become happy and successful?"

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News

Our latest news, events, project updates and good stories.
Can you call this internship?

It was a pleasure working with and being the very first intern of Leidenschlaftlich Lernen. ...

Hackathon for Schools of Trust free release

It’s one of these days in the year, when people in Berlin-Neukölln dare to go out with...

We need a CEO

We are looking for a CEO to join our team at Children of Love.

This project is so int...

Plenty promising school startups in Germany

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Quotes of our projects

What experts said in our interviews
We must give up these dreadful authoritarian [...] school systems [...] we need all the creativity and innovative capacity created in our young peoples minds or we have no future as a planet.
Derry Hannam

Derry Hannam

Retired head teacher and long-term school inspector in the United Kingdom.

Play is, first and foremost, an expression of freedom. It is what one wants to do as opposed to what one is obliged to do. The joy of play is the ecstatic feeling of liberty. [...] play is always accompanied by a feeling of “Yes, this is what I want to do right now."
Peter Gray Ph.D.

Peter Gray Ph.D.

Research professor at Boston College

Groups of children can learn almost anything given the internet. Both those words are important: groups and internet.
Sugata Mitra

Sugata Mitra

Professor at Newcastle University