'What Matters?' Cymbrogi Companions, an Educators Journey
‘Take a journey towards a more sustainable future.’
Develop your knowledge of the Core Four (Sustainability, Well-being, Creativity, Collaboration) through an immersive 4 Stage Journey. Reflect upon the question ‘What Matters?' and take a decisive step towards becoming a Changemaker within your own world.
"What makes the experience so unique & relevant is that you start to see how interconnected each module is to the other."
We invite you to join us on an experiential learning journey and become Cymbrogi Companions.
We are a team of leading practitioners and educators in sustainability, curriculum design, creativity, well-being, collaborative and outdoor learning.
We have come together to design for you a unique range of online and onsite experiences centred around 21st century knowledge, skills and mindsets. We call them our Cymbrogi Core Four.
An engagement with the Cymbrogi Core Four provides you with the opportunity to explore, from theory through to applied practice, a range of ‘future-proof’ skills and content firmly orientated towards the future. You’ll do this through both online learning modules and onsite practice, in one of the most inspirational natural sites in the country - Lawrenny, Pembrokeshire.
Taking the journey further you will also have the opportunity to undertake a supported research-focused Action-Impact Project designed to apply your new understanding and skills to make a difference within your community.
"It has given me hope that children with similar learning difficulties like myself, will be heard and accepted within the learning environment."
A 2-day programme of experiential, hands-on and collaborative activities at our Lawrenny site (a Covid-Safe learning environment). You will explore further the Core Four with our Champions and lead practitioners, develop ‘future-proof’ skills and access unique experiences ranging from coastal foraging to well-being practice, storytelling, creativity and curriculum design workshops.
As part of the second day of the onsite programme you will learn to apply Design Thinking in the development of a Action-Impact Project. You will then take this project back into your communities to implement. Across this stage you will be supported by the Cymbrogi team and fellow Companions.
Ongoing reflective journaling enables participants to recognise and own the journey they have been on. We encourage participants to share their learning with others across the Cymbrogi community and beyond. This forms part of the ‘graduation’ from the programme. At this stage we invite our Companions to join us at our annual Cymbrogi Futures Festival of Learning and to take their learning further through additional programmes of study.
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'What Matters?' Journey