YOUR CHILD IS DESTINED TO BE
Lexicon School is a revolutionary learner-driven school,
focussed on preparing the next generation for the C21st
Do you feel that school needs updating to keep pace with our fast-changing world?
Do you feel that learning skills for life have become more critical than memorisation alone?
Do you believe that your child has the potential to change the world?
Lexicon School is an innovative primary school launching in Surrey in September 2021. It’s a place where kids learn how to be kind, compassionate individuals, fully capable of persevering through life’s challenges in pursuit of finding their calling.
Supported by the latest in technology and cognitive science, Lexicon moves beyond traditional tools of lectures, homework and standardised tests. Here, students’ individual talents are nurtured in collaborative classrooms of multi-age learners. Each student is challenged and stretched by their own differentiated plan, with learning made real through hands-on, interdisciplinary projects and experiences.
We believe that Lexicon’s approach is the most nurturing, deep-learning, student-centred learning environment in the country. It’s where the next generation is truly prepared to be able to thrive in the C21st. We’re completely thrilled to share it with you.
Find out more about Lexicon’s approach, here.
LEARN TO BE
Develop the habits of good character – hard work, integrity, courage,
persistence and grit.
LEARN TO DO
Hands-on, real-world projects for science, humanities, entrepreneurship and the arts
LEARN TO LEARN
Equipping independent, lifelong learners to prize curiosity, creativity, mastery and joy through their own agency in learning, Socratic discussions and self-paced challenges.
What makes Lexicon unique?
- Focus on discovering a calling
- Entrepreneurial journey, entrepreneurial mindset
- 21st Century learning solutions
- Multi-age classes
- Self-paced and mastery-based learning
- Project-based learning
- Blended learning
- Student self-governance
- No homework
- Guides – rather than teachers
- Socratic method – rather than lectures
- Portfolios, badges and exhibitions – rather than grades
- Small, nurturing micro-school format