Apparently some schools want to use this " new radical" idea!
In short, Slow Learning
promotes deep learning crosses genres, disciplines is grounded in the interests of the learner champions the pleasures of learning promotes inquiry and dialogue lasts a lifetime allows for authentic learning seeks unmediated experiences supports, and is supported by learning in community
It's wrapping up old ideas in new jargon, and perhaps being a resource point for schools embracing this (as they have been encouraged to do for some years now) - or at least the individualised and cross genre/discipline bit. I can remember reading about similar (without the new name) in TES over the years.