No grammar schools, lots of play: the secrets of Europe’s top education system
Did you know that before the age of seven, children in Finnish schools receive no formal education outside of creative play? In Finland, early childhood education is used as a time for exploration and social development. There is also a large emphasis on outdoor play and physical activity, providing children with at least 90 minutes of outdoor play per day.
Read more about Finland's successful, play-focused education practices on The Guardian.