“Loving classroom is truly admirable! It deserves to be effectively applied in all the classrooms of the world, especially in big cities and in depressed areas — in their, and in humanity’s, enlightened best interest.”
Dr. Ervin László, leading philosopher and two-time Nobel Peace Prise Nominee
“Students are more accepting, calm, kind, honest, communal.”
Theresa Foster, Manchester Communication Academy, UK
"A loving classroom is the foundation for all education and Loving Classroom is building that foundation."
Dr. Leon Bernstein, Lead UK Ofsted School Inspector
"Using such a clear and exciting curriculum makes it easy for staff and students to engage throughout and we cannot wait to implement Loving Classroom into our form time routine"
Kathryn Ellis - Director of Learning for Year 8 and Lead Teacher of Loving Classroom, Copthall School
“We are encouraged to see such well thought out lessons that provide the opportunity for students to enhance their own wellbeing as well as those in the communities around them”
Alice Griffiths - Lead Teacher of Loving Classroom, responsible for Personal Development at Hitchin Boys' School
“The world is becoming even more complex for young people and it is refreshing to see a curriculum that gives them space to explore who they are, how they can interact in a kind and empathetic way and learn how to navigate relationships."
Sophie Blair - Head of Upper School at City of London Freemen's
“The principles behind the Loving Classroom curriculum fit squarely within the ethos of our school and the values we seek to embed within our students through our curriculum and beyond the classroom."
Claire Leek, Head of PSHE and Lead Teacher of Loving Classroom at Henrietta Barnett School
Loving Classroom South Africa
From 25,000 students in Soweto, South Africa (2019 - 2021), the Independent Gauteng Department of Education
evaluated and reported the following:
"For all schools participating in the Loving Classroom programme... it appears that the primary objectives to promote and teach positive relationship education in schools in South Africa in order to stem the negative and dangerous trend of bullying, aggression and violence (ranging from fighting to serious assaults, rape and even murder), as well as truancy, chronic lateness, general class disruptions, alcohol and substance abuse at school has been well met."
Jabu Sibeko - The South African Gauteng Department of Education
“Loving Classroom reduced truancy, bullying and increased student cohesion.”
Mrs. Maseko, Mncube High School, Soweto, South Africa
“I was amazed! Mutual respect fixed the discipline problems in our class.”
Shulamit Devush, Shalon High School, Kiryat Gat, Israel