| Central to the GHFP's vision for education is the importance of individuals' flourishing, a concept that is evaluatively rich, but more elusive than the acquisitive, materialistic and measurable models of well-being. Our theoretical and practical work on human-centred education is motivated by this key idea of human flourishing. We hope that we have made an important initial contribution to this process through the book 'Rethinking Secondary Education: A Human-Centred Approach' published by Pearson Education. In summary, this book is intended to build a bridge between, on the one hand, the principles of state education in England and many other countries in the world and, on the other, the myriad forms of alternative education values and practices. It articulates a philosophical framework for what we call 'human-centred education' and discusses a human-centred approach to curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and the culture of schools and colleges.