School is out forever for the Jolie-Pitt kids.
Not only are they blessed with Hollywood’s most glamorous parents, they’re also lucky enough to have a mother who doesn’t like schools.
The Oscar winning actress thinks that the education system is so bad that her children are better off staying at home.
Angelina Jolie, 35, has been criticised for dragging her children with her across the globe instead of sending them to class, but the mother-of-six claims their bohemian lifestyle is far more educational for her kids than the modern school system.
Jolie prefers to hire tutors and home school her and Brad Pitt’s growing brood, which includes Maddox, nine; Pax, seven; Zahara, six; Shiloh, five and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
‘I do think we live in a different age and the education system hasn’t caught up with our children and our way of life,’ the Kung Fu Panda 2 star said in an interview with The Independent today.
‘But we travel and I’m the first person to say, “Get the school work done as quickly as possible because let’s go out and explore”.’
‘Instead of tomfoolery in the class room, ‘I’d rather them go to a museum and learn to play guitar and read and pick a book they love,’ revealed Jolie.
Long-time partner Brad Pitt, 47, shares his lover’s disdain with the schooling system, describing their clan as a ‘nomadic family.’
‘We’re in an international programme, so wherever we go it’s the same curriculum,’ he revealed in a 2009 interview.
When they’re attending film premieres or jet-setting with their famous parents, the international Jolie-Pitt off-spring split their time between the couple’s mansions in New Orleans and the French Riveria.
The children have been enrolled in the French schooling system, the Lycée programme, in cities including New York, Prague and Venice, which is taught to them by nannies and specialist teachers.