The digital nomad community Boundless Life has opened an education hub in Pistoia, Tuscany, its third in Europe.
The micro-school will welcome 60 children between 1 to 12 years and offer a progressive educational solution in English. Based on the Finnish curriculum and Nordic Baccalaureate, the Boundless Life approach aims to create meaningful educational experiences that inspire students to question, make and innovate according to their own personal interests while making learning purposeful. Children address real world challenges using the United Nations Sustainable Development Group Framework, and are empowered to explore their natural creativity and shape their own future.
“My children have always been my biggest inspiration,” comments Rekha Magon, head of education at Boundless Life. “As a family, we witnessed firsthand how much growth occurs when children are given the opportunity and space to problem solve present-day issues. We are deeply committed to and invested in the next generation. We want to prepare children to thrive in an unknown future by equipping them with the knowledge, skills, awareness and empathy that allows them to reach any goal personally and professionally.”
The decision to choose Pistoia as a destination is particularly poignant for Boundless Life’s CEO Mauro Repacci, who has fond memories of stories his grandfather used to tell about his time spent in small Italian towns. Furthermore, Repacci’s other grandfather, who fought in World War II, revealed that he fought in Pistoia.
While education is at the forefront of the Boundless Life community, fully furnished apartments, a coworking hub and events complete the move for digital nomads, ensuring smooth integration into the local culture.
With other destinations in Syros, Greece and Sintra, Portugal and a flexible calendar, children can plug in and out of different cultures without disrupting their learning.
You can join the waitlist for Boundless Education Centre in Pistoia online.