Welcome to the Dream Schools of Finland!

Finnish students in a discussion with a teacher

No exams, no pressure, entering within the walls of schools with a smile, it’s okay if you wanna relax, you learn human values, where building one’s character is the main aim, and competing with each other is a bygone story. It is an education system that is surrounded by inspiration and motivation, and not the pressure of securing the first position. An education system that proves that racing against each other is not the aim but developing one’s character is the new definition of the game.

It may sound like a dream school but Finland has made it happen and paved its own way towards becoming one of the best education systems in the world. Finland has proved that education must keep pace with time, thus providing a healthy environment for both learners and teachers.

Cheers to no exams!

While students over the world fear exams, students in Finland only have to worry about their overall growth, as they are graded on an individualized basis and a grading system set by their teachers. The Ministry of Education tracks the overall progress of an individual student. They have a voluntary test for students at the end of the upper secondary (high school) term known as the National Matriculation Exam.

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Biji Ragil is an educator in St Theresa’s School, Jaipur. She uses the power of her words to inspire others through articles and poems in newspapers and magazines.

Biji Ragil

Biji Ragil is an educator in St Theresa’s School, Jaipur. She uses the power of her words to inspire others through articles and poems in newspapers and magazines.