UNSCHOOLING THE BOOK!

Lehla Eldridge

& Anthony Eldridge-Rogers:

JUMP, FALL, FLY

From Schooling to Homeschooling to Unschooling

  • Gets to the heart of the challenges and offers a framework to meet them:  We give you all the tips and knowledge we have gained during our journey.
  • Self Directed Learning: The transition to self directed learning can be tricky (we know!) as kids and parents can get confused. It's process and we share how we did it.
  •  Being an Unschooling Parent: It requires adjustment and some personal development. We have had plenty! It is entirely worth it when you remember several basic facts about what you are trying to do.

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Lehla is a brave experimenter in all things family and she inspires each of us to question why we do things the way we do them. I am constantly struck by Lehla's ability to balance her intense curiosity with the often mundane needs of children; she is a realist living all of our fantasy lives. She fearlessly shows us her own struggles while she generously shares her success in a way we can relate to. All this, plus Lehla is a great writer and phenomenal photographer.

Penelope Trunk
Serial entrepreneur, Career coach, Blogger

I've been following this blog for a while now and always enjoy the wonderful insight into this unschooling adventure. The wonderful mix of story telling and the Lehla and Anthony's personal reflections of the day to day experiences brings the unschooling journey alive in a very rich way.

Zakiyya Ishmail
Freedom Fighter (for children)

Zakiyya writes at www.growingminds.co.za

In the book you will discover

THE 7 KEYS THAT MAKE IT WORK

We explain how you can develop your resilience and feel good about the choices you are making even in the face of social disapproval which can sometimes be overwhelming. We talk to you openly from the heart about how we did it and how you could too. And we give you insight from our 7 keys on the way!

RECONFIGURING THE INNER PARENT

Navigating into unschooling life from a structured system or starting from scratch means changing some of how you show up as a parent. We look at the philosophical implications and show how you can avoid the pain points. Unschooling the parents is as much a part of the unschooling life as unschooling the kids!

WHY MEANING AND PURPOSE MATTERS

Children feel the energy of everything. If you feel disincentivized, lost and purposeless they will feel it too. There is though no better feeling than seeing your children flourish and developing their own passions and purpose. We give you some clear guidelines on how to do this using coaching tools backed up by neuroscience.

THE BEAUTIFUL ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

Stepping into heartfelt choices about life with your children is exciting and energising. It takes a village to raise a child and in unschooling, while it may be the road less travelled, we need to think about the people we are in community with more than ever. That means managing who you listen to and who supports you.

About the Authors

Lehla Eldridge

Lehla is a published author, illustrator, painter and actress.

She is the author of the best selling cookbook The South African Illustrated Cookbook published by Penguin/Random House and The Lovely Book for Wonderful Women published by Pinter and Martin. Her illustrations for Excuse Me, I'm Trying to Read won the N.A.E.S.P best picture book category in 2012 in the U.S.

She blogs extensively about self directed learning and has written for Life Learning Magazine, Bella Mia Magazine and The Guardian.

Anthony Eldridge-Rogers

Anthony is professional coach, workshop leader, facilitator and author.

He has devised all the trainings for a speciality coach training in the healthcare sector. He runs an international coach training organisation, FRC Worldwide, and works in UK, US, Asia and Africa.

He has develepod a coaching model, Meaning Centred Coaching which lies at the heart of all his coaching work. He has two books coming out later this year in addition to Jump, Fall, Fly

What people are saying

…these guys will try ANYTHING – with a furious, tenacious, honest and giggly joy. And if there is a rule to their game it seems to be that anyone can join in and ANYTHING might happen. To be in their company is a little bit of magic.

Federay Holmes (Actor/writer)

Anthony is a visionary who makes things happen. He has a range of skills enhanced by having worked across a number of sectors. He is an excellent communicator with a passion for his work and a real desire to make a difference

Gladeana McMahon
Executive Coach, Author

This makes more sense to me than anything else I have read on kids and reading. I love it and it’s exactly where I feel we are with my son who’s definitely in the saddle trotting but not quite galloping. Lovely words to inspire and soothe x

Sophie Saunders

Thank you so much for writing such a clever and moving article!

Maria Armignago 
Teacher

Lehla I love your blog so much. I am so happy you guest blogged on Penelope’s education blog or I would’ve never come across you.

Karelys Beltran 
Parent Educator

You are doing amazing things with your kids and inspiring others. 

Ellen Roland 
Writer (Website)

Ellen writes at a www.amuddylife.com

Wonderful inspirational and just so damn good!!

Deborah Hillairet 
Healer

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“The Eldridge-Rogers family are an absolute delight to know and it’s a privilege and joy to have them in our lives. Each one of them in their unique way is talented, creative, bright and funny. Ant and Lehla teach their children what is truly important about people and life with humility and honesty, knowing that they too are learning all the time. They are our favourite family and we love them to bits!”

Coletta Canale (Child Psychotherapist)

 

“Great piece of observation and writing. What is up anyway!?”

Miranda Peters

 

“Dear Anthony, thank you for writing this honest, personal and very true piece of men/fathers, education and our society.”

Torsten Klaus

 

“What a Breath Of lovely fresh air in the midst of lots of the highs and lows of schooling my three children including a 7 year old boy. I’ve found such hope and mirrored experiences in you posts”

Tania Summers

 

“Lehla I love your blog so much. I am so happy you guest blogged on Penelope’s education blog or I would’ve never come across you.”

Karelys Beltran

 

Quotes from The Lovely Book

 

 

“Lehla’s delightful hints for happiness are so potent I am amazed that they are available without prescription. Take one three times a day. At least”

Jon Cousins – Founder, Moodscope.com

 

“The Lovely Book for Wonderful Women is full of wonderful thoughts and lovely drawings. It shines brightly and illuminates life even for a non-woman, like myself!”

Steven Appleby – Cartoonist and illustrator

 

“Finally, a book that celebrates being a woman, being happy and being abundantly blessed…the perfect gift for the wonderful women in your life”

O Magazine-The Reading Room

 

 

Unschooling or Mainstream Education?

Unschooling or Mainstream Education?

      Imagine a child supported by an adult who assists them in their journey whilst they follow their dreams and passions. It is kind of like this… ‘I am not going to tell you what to do, when or how to do it, neither am I going to expect results from you. If […]

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What is learning anyway?

What is learning anyway?

An excerpt from ‘Jump, Fall, Fly’ written by Anthony Eldridge Rogers One of the main focuses of unschooling is related to learning. And out of this come many of the insecurities about alternative learning lifestyles like unschooling. It revolves around our beliefs and experiences of learning ourselves. So first of all let us get clear […]

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THE INTRODUCTION of JUMP, FALL, FLY- from schooling to homeschooling to unschooling

THE INTRODUCTION of JUMP, FALL, FLY- from schooling to homeschooling to unschooling

Introduction This book started out as a book about schooling, or to be more precise our children’s learning. Which up until the around the time they were born we had expected would involve an ongoing relationship with what is commonly described as schooling, in a school or series of schools. Very early in the writing […]

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UNSCHOOLING – A MESSY AND BOISTEROUS WAY OF LIVING

UNSCHOOLING – A MESSY AND BOISTEROUS WAY OF LIVING

I like order. I like planning, arranging and having things just so and in their place. This way I can feel more in control, more able to measure outcomes and anticipate events. I should say that only a part of me is like that, as other parts of me resist it. Somehow, as soon as […]

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Frequently asked questions about UNSCHOOLING. PART ONE

Frequently asked questions about UNSCHOOLING. PART ONE

If you take your kids out of ‘normal’ society, how do you expect them to ever be able to get back into society? I have never known what ‘normal’ society is, I don’t know that I have ever been in it, so in answering that question, I would ask another question. What is ‘normal society?’Aren’t we all just humans trying […]

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When our children are not our children and the fine art of letting go…

When our children are not our children and the fine art of letting go…

It is still a learning journey for me around this one, intellectually I know it but deep down I have to wrestle the control freak in me to the ground. The one that thinks, well as I like to go out and plant things, or do large paintings, or write books, or talk about novels, […]

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Should You Tame the Uncorked Child?

Should You Tame the Uncorked Child?

  un·cork (ŭn-kôrk′) tr.v. un·corked, un·cork·ing, un·corks 1. To draw the cork from. 2. To free from a sealed or constrained state. Our friends came around the other day, they are in their thirties and are lovely, one is from Denmark the other Italy, the kids were so excited to see them. We sat down […]

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Do You Encourage your Kids to Have a Voice?

Do You Encourage your Kids to Have a Voice?

The other day we had another friend here (she is 12 and also an unschooler) and it was the kids turn to make lunch. The friend didn’t want to make lunch, so neither did the kids. I was all hooked and triggered and so was Anthony, so he bounded in saying ‘Well, if your friend […]

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What Unschooling has taught me about Coaching

What Unschooling has taught me about Coaching

This talk by a 12 year old is, well, simply, inspiring. My main take away is how much I can learn from children… For many of the reasons (that the video illuminates) about the wonderful way the young human being, kids, are naturally in the world, we have decided that we would pursue Unschooling as […]

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Abandoning teaching. Embracing facilitating.

Abandoning teaching. Embracing facilitating.

  When I started out teaching the kids and I say ‘teaching’ because that was exactly how I was approaching it. I had it all organised, I was ready. We would start with a check in, ‘How are you? How is everything? What would you like to do today?’ And in my mind I would […]

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