alrededor del mundo
somos muchas familias en movimiento
Viaja alrededor del mundo y siéntete en casa con otras familias worldschoolers
Familias worldschoolers han creado lugares o eventos de encuentro para familias en moviemiento, generando así puntos de convivencia permanentes o temporales.
Existen lugares al rededor del mundo, donde algunas familias worldschoolers crean «hubs», centros de reunion, de actividad. Los hay por todo el mundo en diferentes formatos. Aquí tienes un listado de ellos.
A lo largo del globo y en diferentes fechas se suceden encuentros de familias worldschoolers que pueden durar desde semanas hasta meses. Si quieres estar al tanto de estos encuentros aquí te dejamos un listado.
Festivales, Eventos y Encuentros
Festivales, congresos, encuentros y eventos alrededor del globo
Para los worlsdchoolers las redes son fundamentales. Nos mantenemos conectados online para tener esa red de apoyo allí donde vayamos, pero también cuando estamos lejos podemos servir de ayuda y apoyo a la comunidad
Lugares donde familias worldschoolers son bienvenidas todo el año
Family camp is for anyone who wants to do something good for themselves. It is for families who approach others with joy and openness and would like to make new friends. They are geared towards worldschoolers who are interested in nonviolent communication, conscious peaceful eating, health for body and mind, slow down, slow living, yoga, and meditation. They offer families the opportunity to network, go on vacation together, and attend courses and workshops.
Die Lernwerkstatt Berlin
The Learning Workshop is an inter-age learning venue for learners in school, out of school or beside the school. Courses and communal workspaces cater to those who are keen to pursue their own interests while interacting with others to exchange knowledge and ideas. Support comes in the form of voluntary membership fees, starting at 5 euros a month.
In the gorgeous rolling hills of the Styria region in Austria, this family is on the forefront of the unschooling / Freilerner movement in central Europe. They periodically host workshops, language immersion courses and other gatherings. They also have guest accommodations for two families. Check their website for upcoming events and availability.
Launched in September 2017, in southern Spain, to provide a space for our kids to meet, create, explore and adventure, learn and play with likeminded friends from all over the world and parents need to exhale, rest, catch up on work and meet up with other families of like-minds. Offering a selection of workshops, classes, cultural adventures and regular meet ups all over the region.
Cost: 30€/year membership.
Sanillés es un proyecto de Eco-Living en un entorno ideal en los Pirineos españoles. El enfoque subyacente del proyecto Sanilles es uno de reeducación y aprendizaje para una vida más plena. Prevemos una situación de «campus» donde «enseñar en el hacer» va de la mano con conferir, investigar y estudiar. El uso sostenible de los recursos, un medio ambiente más saludable y una capacidad de resistencia para ayudar a promover el potencial de la humanidad en la salvaguardia del futuro del planeta.
Porto Grana Worldschoolers Hub
We created Porto Grana Worldschoolers Hub in order to cater to the special needs of homeschooled kids and their families who follow a nomadic lifestyle by roadschooling and worldschooling. We offer a place to nurture the innate curiosity of all children who enjoy learning through traveling. This is a studio space which is available for recreational purposes with free wifi access, library, basic gym equipment, musical instruments, audiovisual lab, mini cinema and free bicycle rentals.
The space is available exclusively for worldschoolers and homeschooling/ unschooling families on the road.
Unter den Kiwis
“Under the Kiwis” is the brainchild of a German-speaking family based in Portugal, offering a piece of rural paradise for digital nomads, worldschoolers, and travelers of all types. They embrace the free learner lifestyle and believe in living life to the fullest. The have guest accommodations for short-term visits and long-term stays.
Cost: Guest rooms starting at 30€/night
An up-and-coming eco-village community near Nisa, Portalegre, in Portugal. They invite unschoolers and home schoolers to join them in an intentional community that centers around permaculture gardening, music, yoga, meditation and living freely. Guests and volunteers are invited to participate in ongoing workshops and events.
Prague worldschooling started in 2016 as an initiative to bring together the many worldschooling families that have their base in Prague or that pass by here on their worldschooling journey.
The aim is to create a platform for us homeschoolers of many kinds, regardless of nationality, to be able to explore the world together locally from Prague, to create learning experiences, and to make friends that share our values in the process.
Worldschooling Morocco Hub
Located near the foot of the Erg Lihudie Dunes of the Sahara Desert, in and around Tagounite, the little desert town where the Draa Valley begins/ends is where this Worldschooling adventure takes place. The Sahara Sunrise Desert Camp is an amazing natural enclave that welcomes friends with typical Moroccan hospitality. They look forward to sharing the simple life and hospitality with you. Travel with an open mind a big smile and the world is yours! Although Covid-19 postponed the opening of this hub, they hope to be up and running in 2021. Check back for updates.
A lot of worldschoolers are talking about this learning village, but it’s not clear whether the school is open to short-term students and visitors. It sounds wonderful though. The following description comes from their Facebook page:
Lombok Learning Village is an innovative school model designed specifically to accommodate the unique needs and wants of children, adolescents, and adults living and learning on a small tropical island in Indonesia.
We provide learners with a holistic education which places equal importance on academics, skills, values, and wisdom- with an emphasis on instilling a respect for nature and an appreciation of all beliefs, cultures, and faiths.
Lombok Learning Village strives to provide a safe yet challenging environment which offers opportunities to explore, experiment, create, discover, practice, and reflect. Through positive engagement we strive for living and learning excellence.
The Victoria Unschooling Project is a community of unschooling families living outside of Victoria BC, Canada. We’re pro-vaccination, screen-positive, body-positive, LGBT-positive, and pro-childrens’ rights. Our primary motivation is to create a childrens’ paradise, in which our kids can play freely with each other and enjoy their childhoods, and where adults united in a shared belief of peaceful parenting can make friends and build community.
Manitoulin Worldschooling Community
Based outside of Toronto, Canada, and hosting travelers and volunteers during the warmer months. They have formed a stable group of regulars over the past 6 years. With a learning environment friendly to unschoolers, the ad hoc community emphasizes harmony with nature and stewardship of the earth. The also offer a huge variety of outdoor sports and recreation activities for the whole family.
Cost: $400 a month includes lodging (tents and trailers) and communal dinners. Sliding scale applies to volunteers who contribute to the community.
Punta la Barca Nomad Community
This community is founded by a Belgian/Ecuadorean family who started in 2015 this nomad community in a small fishing village and kitesurf beach at the Ecuadorean coast. Since 2019 they’ve been helping villagers to renovate unused houses, so they are able to host nomad families. They believe in the value of diverse perspectives, nature and cooperation in order to support a sustainable community and greater peace in the world.
The community is welcome families from 10 days to a couple of months, in camping, room rental or small houses.
Summer camp programs in the Catskill Mountains outside of Binghamton New York for free thinking and radically empathetic children. Their philosophy of non-violent communication not only resolves but even embraces conflict through restorative practices.
Located in Deleon Springs, Florida the Good Earth School is a hands-on, experiential, nature-based learning community. They offer a developmentally appropriate, child-directed educational environment. They believe that all children deserve an earth-based, hands-on, developmentally appropriate, child-led education. They hold conservation, environmentalism, and earth stewardship as their guiding principles, along with grace, compassion, kindness, and trust. They also host the Sweet Land eco-community that supports personal, medical, and religious freedom.
Anahata Worldschooling Community
Experiencing the world through a community focused environment, in the Yucatan, Mexico.
Inviting families to join this inclusive community which values intentional living, cultural exchange, exploration, and adventure. Hosted June through August, this is the perfect opportunity to learn Spanish and immerse in the Maya culture. Living in Ek Balam for 1-3 months at a time, you will find time to nurture and nourish with a slowed pace and few modern distractions in this small and quaint rural village.
The community is open to people from all walks of life: first time travelers, experienced explorers, single parents, or digital nomads.
WorldSchool Isla Mujeres
Like most parents and communities, we are striving to provide our children with an education that allows them not only to survive, but to flourish in today’s dramatically competitive and complex world. Born from that need we founded WorldSchool Isla, a small multi-cultural and inspirational grade school providing an alternative to the standard of education offered by traditional schools.
Abraxas Fun- Merida
– like-minded families around you,
– company for children from the very first day of your stay at a place,
– affordable, well equipped midterm accommodation,
– programs and activities with other families.
– lots of things to explore, play and learn together.
Families from all around the world are welcome to be together with other worldschoolers to have company for your children and yourself from the very first day of your stay at the place in Mexico.
Based in Guanajuato this school offers classes to worldschoolers all year long and has short-term rental apartments for worldschoolers who want to spend time in Guanajuato. In the months leading up to Dia de los Muertos, they offer a comprehensive schedule of classes including art, music, theater, language, and math classes that constitutes a seasonal world school academy focused on learning through the arts. Students can participate in one or many classes based on their interests and schedules.
Sembrando Vida Eco-Village
A visionary group of four adults, one child and one dog, in the initial phases of establishing an international eco-village that is a healing sanctuary and learning center for ourselves and others. We intend to co-exist, harmoniously and co-operatively with kindred spirits, nature, (the elements, spirits and our cosmic relatives.) Our foundation is based on the four pillars of community, spirituality, environment and education.
Currently offering undeveloped lots for sale, starting at $15,000.
Homeschooling and Unschooling Your Tweens and Teens in Mexico
This is a social group for homeschooling and unschooling families of Expats and Locals traveling or living in Mexico. It is a space created for families to connect with other families that homeschool or unschool their teens and share highlights of their journeys and learning experience.
Homeschooling and Unschooling Families in the Riviera Maya
This is a social group for homeschooling and unschooling families of Expats and Locals in the Riviera Maya or planning to come to the area. This group is not age-restricted. Children of any age and their parents are welcome to use this as a space to connect and plan activities.
Homeschooling and Unschooling Families in the Puebla
This is a social group for homeschooling and unschooling families of Expats and Locals in the Puebla or planning to come to the area. This group is not age-restricted. Children of any age and their parents are welcome to use this as a space to connect and plan activities.
Nica World School
Coming soon to the quaint village of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. The property is located just 30 minutes from the border of Costa Rica and based on the beaches of the Pacific Ocean. They cater to traveling families wanting to learn Spanish and Nicaraguan culture. They offer several local trips to explore sea turtle sanctuaries, beaches, volcanoes, crater lakes, salsa dancing, horseback riding, boating, surfing, and language classes. Stay long or short term in one of our cabañas. Five lush tropical acres on a mountain overlooking the Pacific Ocean! Breaking ground on building the Cabañas in November, 10 minutes from the beaches and turtle reserve. Site has mangos, avocados, limes, bananas and more grow aplenty on the farm which also includes a big communal kitchen
Worldschool Hub Cabrera
We believe in the power of community, bringing people together who share similar values and interests is very important to us. They envision our hub building connections by sponsoring local students and providing them affordable access to an alternative way of learning and being, providing local, expat, and worldschool students a safe space to play, follow their curiosity, and simply be children, giving parents a space where they can meet other worldschooling families and members of the local community, offering a space to host workshops and extracurricular events, and constantly expanding based on the needs of those within the community.
Altos Eco Village
Welcome to Altos Eco Village, our stunning farm estate near Colonia del Sacramento in the rolling hills of Uruguay. Our 12 rooms range from single rooms to family rooms and all have private bathrooms. Set on 5 hectares of land, our farm features big communal kitchen, games room, fireplace, solar water heating, a football field, children’s play area, a swimming pool (from October to April), and a lot of animals. We are a fun-loving Australian family of 7 who run this place to host other families, couples, groups, and solo travellers to escape from the busy life and enjoy the outdoors with us. We speak English and Spanish and love to share stories and experiences with others travellers.
Cost: For example, a room for a family with three children, the price would be US$ 367 per week or US$ 1050 per month. This includes breakfast daily, wifi, well equipped common kitchen, access to large common room, sun room with toys and library, gym and yoga room, kids playground, football field BBQ area etc. We also have two pools which operate through the summer months.
COMUNIDADES QUE VARÍAN EN EL TIEMPO Y EN EL ESPACIO. LOS WORLDSCHOOLERS SE MUEVEN.
Project World School Family Summits – Temporary Worldschooling Community Hub
Twice a year, the Project World School community members host a temporary worldschooling hub before and after the Project World Family Summit. There, families plan excursions, get together for play dates, travel together and create strong worldschooling bonds with other families.
Stone Soup Pop Up
Traveling families need community. We provide opportunities for families on extended travel to come together as a community, to create powerful experiences. Together we build knowledge, skills, friendships, and especially memories, that give families a sense of place in the world
Project World School Temporary Teen Learning Communities
Access the month-long teen retreats designed as learning communities.
A location-independent nature-based democratic school, inspired by Forest Schools, Reggio-Emilia, and free-democratic schools. We don’t have a building, we don’t have classrooms, we don’t have walls. Our classes are outdoors and our students can be anywhere in the world!
We support traveling families in two ways: With a network of pre-selected local schools that accept traveling students, and with traveling teachers that offer year-long, individual trimesters, and short-term programs in various locations worldwide.
Cost: tuition starts at $300 USD/ month.
They describe themselves as an emerging group of mothers and homeschoolers who want their children to not only receive a quality education, but also to experience the adventure, freedom, and wonder of childhood. They’re mostly a homeschooling community, but they have inspiring meet-ups and support resources for moms.
a día de hoy las redes nos mantienen a los worldschoolers en contacto y haciendo planes unos con otros
Comunidad Planeta Worldschool
La comunidad Worldschooling da la bienvenida a todas las personas interesadas en aprender EN y DEL mundo, combinando el apredizaje experimental y el intercambio cultural. Es una comunidad de personas que viajamos alrededor del mundo para expandir nuestra visiones de él, de sus culturas y sus gentes. Somos aprendices y aventurer@s, familias de todos los tamaños, personas de todas las edades.
Nuestro objetivo es facilitar conexiones entre tod@s, que ofrezcan recursos para apoyar familias y viajer@s en cualquier parte del mundo, con la intención de crecer como ciudadanos conscientes de mundo.
También existe un canal de Telegram donde conectamos con otras familias, para nuestros viajes, para sostenernos y encontrarnos.
También puedes seguirnos en Instagram donde compartimos fotos de familias viajeras
eventos y encuentros
Congresos, encuentros, festivales a lo largo del año, en todo el globo
una comunidad creciente
Si conoces alguna comunidad o evento que no esté en estos listados por favor ayúdanos a mantenernos actualizados y así facilitar la búsqeda de otras familias worldschoolers.