Theory of Change

Creating the compassionate leadership required to drive socio-economic change starts with nurturing of children’s emotional wellbeing.

Pestalozzi World Theory of Change:

Pestalozzi World Pestalozzi Ethos
Pestalozzi World Pestalozzi Ethos
Pestalozzi World Pestalozzi Ethos

10-12 year olds

  • Comfortable housing, clothing and all basic material needs provided for

  • Prepared in Foundation House for high quality, English Medium schools that can deliver top grades
  • Accredited and qualified caregivers provided

  • Child shown love, encouraged and cared for

  • Cultural/religious diversity celebrated
  • Care and pride in surroundings encouraged

  • Independence fostered in self-care

  • Introduced to life skills such as cooking and sewing.

12-18 year olds

  • At schools with child-centered approach

  • Academia balanced with experience based learning – excursions

  • Conducive Village environment created for study

  • Peer to peer support encouraged Remedial tuition on case basis

  • Given insight into a wide range of careers through mentoring
  • Child-centered, included in decision making and formal counselling

  • Self-discipline developed

  • Encouraged to care for others in Village

  • Volunteering in surrounding community promoted to build confidence/experience giving back

  • Connected to other PW children overseas through events/competitions
  • Exposed to a broad range of activities to foster personal interests/growth

  • Enhanced employability-exposure to entrepreneurship, coding, graphic design, electronics etc. Ambitious and appropriate to economies

  • Prepared for Citizenship, aware of Rights and financially literate

18 year old +

  • Results achieved in top 20% to access Tertiary Scholarships

  • Able to think critically

  • With plans for academic progression/career goals that demonstrate broad insight into their options
  • Equipped with the confidence and resilience to thrive independently

  • Displaying altruism and a plan for helping others in adult life

  • Mentoring Scholars and role models for their wider communities

  • Engaged in our Alumni Network
  • Alumni prepared with citizenship papers, passports before they leave

  • Alumni have retained and mastered skills which equip them to do well in any environment and despite potential obstacles

  • Alumni are equipped for individual living

 

 

Leaders

Creating the compassionate leadership required to drive socio-economic change starts with nurturing of children’s emotional wellbeing. 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. Our Alumni are becoming a new generation of teachers, health professionals, entrepreneurs, aid workers and leaders who are equipped with the tools they need to change the world.

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