we empower them to become confident individuals who challenge norms and contribute to positive change. Let us celebrate the progress we've made, while continuously striving to create a future where all children are encouraged to play, learn, and grow without the constraints of gender stereotypes. Together, we can create a world where every child is valued and celebrated for their unique abilities and passions.

  1. Acknowledge and celebrate milestones: Take the time to reflect on the progress you and your child have made in breaking gender stereotypes in play. Celebrate their freedom of choice, their growth, and their confidence in exploring a wide range of activities. Recognize the positive impact this has on their development and well-being.

  2. Engage in ongoing conversations: Keep the dialogue about gender equality and breaking stereotypes open and ongoing. Regularly discuss with your child the importance of embracing their interests, challenging societal norms, and supporting others in their pursuit of diverse play experiences.

  3. Support larger societal changes: Engage in efforts that promote gender equality and challenge stereotypes on a broader scale. This can include supporting organizations and initiatives that work towards gender inclusivity in education, media, and policy-making. By joining forces with others, we can drive systemic change and create a more equitable society.

  4. Embrace intersectionality: Recognize that gender intersects with other aspects of identity, such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and ability. Embrace inclusivity and ensure that your approach to breaking gender stereotypes in play is sensitive to the unique experiences and challenges faced by individuals with diverse identities.

  5. Stay adaptable and open-minded: As societal attitudes and norms evolve, it's important to remain adaptable and open-minded in your approach. Be receptive to new perspectives and continue learning about the complexities of gender and identity. Adjust your strategies and support as needed to ensure that your child's journey is supported and nurtured.

TestimonialsWhat parents say

“We could not be happier with our experience so far. The school places the children at its center, and is led by their interests and needs, whilst managing to be academically rigorous and nurturing at the same time.”
Siggi Campel
Alice’s mother