Our Pestalozzi Christmas cards are designed and really to go – all you have to do is choose your favourite card and then download the print pdf version and send it to your chosen printers, simple! Alternatively you can download to your phone our digital version which you can send on via WhatsApp or any other social platform.
The beautiful Christmas poinsettia. Showing here the front and back of the Christmas card. Follow the link to Canva where you will be able to download the card – can be printed to be A5 or A6 – smaller and larger Christmas cards.
This incredible painting of a stag within stars and fish is captivating and a truly unique Christmas card – can be printed to be A5 or A6 – smaller and larger Christmas cards.
Don’t want to send a Christmas card in the post? then download our digital e-card to your phone, save it to your images and then send it on as a message on WhatsApp or in socials.
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We believe that the best people to influence the advancement of policies, markets and communities in the developing world are those who truly understand the context of poverty.
Education is not only about knowledge. It should also develop children’s powers of ‘Head,' ‘Heart’ and ‘Hands’ simultaneously - in other words, their minds, their characters and their practical life skills.
Nurturing children’s emotional and physical well-being is essential to enable their social development and help create the compassionate leaders and change-makers our world needs.
Our work is inspired by Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, a Swiss social reformer and educator.
Pestalozzi believed that education is not just about knowledge. It should instead develop children’s ‘Head’, ‘Heart’ and ‘Hands’ simultaneously – in other words, their minds, their character and their practical life skills. This complete approach shapes children who develop the tools and the compassion they need to become future leaders and change-makers.
For this reason, the pupils we nurture through our programmes not only receive excellent classroom education (the Head). They also learn how to care for themselves and others and are required to volunteer locally (the Heart) and to develop their practical skills beyond the classroom (the Hands).
Around 53% of children in low-and middle-income countries cannot read and understand a simple story by the end of primary school.
World Bank 2019a
63 million girls and 97 million boys were in child labour globally at the beginning of 2020.
Unicef and ILO 2020
Globally, 1 in 5 women 20 to 24 years of age were married in childhood. UN SDG Snapshot 2020
UN SDG Snapshot 2020