Learning For Good supports communities in need through access to high-quality learning resources, whilst supporting NFP charities in sharing what they do best.
The wide-ranging education and developmental benefits of the creative arts and cultural pursuits, are well understood. But the current system doesn't always provide the resources and support that teachers need.
Teachers cannot be expected to effectively teach such a diverse curriculum without access to the right resources. That means young people can miss out, particularly when it comes to the creative arts, cultural pursuits and the wide-ranging benefits of these subjects.
The 2019 study by Dr Anita Collins and the Tony Foundation, Music Educations: A Sound Investment, identified:
"A large number of Australian primary school children have little or no access to music education. Moreover, for those who do, there is significant variation in the quality of the learning they receive."
The same study highlighted current research that says music (and cultural pursuits):
Experiences that connect Australian schools to the world-class content they deserve. Utilising technology, we create a direct line between the classroom and the experts.
Learning for Good is a centralised hub for world-class education content and resources. It provides teachers with access to a world of content that can be delivered to students with ease and efficiency.
Giving teachers the confidence to teach outside of the skill set or comfort zone.
Education is the key to social change. Who better to lead this change than those already creating good.
LFG Identifies a NFP Partner to onboard their course content.
LFG builds course content into customised NFP platform.
LFG works with the NFP Content Partner to find the market.
LFG supports the NFP by licensing the product on the platform as users access it.
LFG supports access for less advantaged communities through funding partnerships.
In June 2022 we commenced a pilot of LFG with Discover Music and Discover the Orchestra. We onboard over 600 students and teachers from Sydney Youth Orchestras (SYO), as well as schools and conservatoriums for feedback and impact assessment. Some of these included:
Teachers and students have provided valuable feedback at all levels of development. As a result, we have been able to: