Exciting storylines set in virtual worlds
Crisis simulations modelled on current affairs
Student-led, open-ended discussions with an international cohort
Age-banded classes where facilitators maintain a respectful, safe and supportive environment for kids to speak up and contribute
Develop a growth mindset, driven by a curious mind
Fuelled by purpose & imagination
Confidence, backed by clarity and self-awareness
Listens and values others with an open heart
We make your child's education holistic.
Honing transferable skills is just as important as academics. We bridge the gap.
Our curriculum is anchored on the 6Cs
We fuel every child's desire to succeed.
Like any other skill, practice makes perfect.
Our mission is to help kids grow into original thinkers, develop self-awareness and a sense of purpose; and recognise the positive impact they can make in the world.
2 Facilitators for every class of 18 students
Requires laptop, webcam & reliable WIFI
Automatically progress to Elevate
“(Leon) said instead of someone lecturing on about critical thinking, they make you learn by playing the game itself. Interesting way to get the youth to think both logically/ analytically and creatively”
"Doyobi quests help Evan not only to exercise critical thinking, but also to connect with new friends and exercise his leadership. The hypothetical cases and quests were also fun too."
“Jayden says he is always excited to attend. He likes to observe how others interact and even more so, to complete the missions. He wants to do more.“
“(Eli) said it was a cooperative yet competitive game. He said he learnt to work with others in his team and listen to others' ideas. He is looking forward to the next mission next week.”
“(Gabriella) ENJOYED the class very much and has been thankful that we enrolled her. She did want to reach out to the others and make new friends. Thank you for making learning really fun for the kids.”
“It's really good in terms of meeting its objective. My daughter was feeling like she's really taking ownership of the decisions she's making along the way. She finds it interesting and is engaged throughout.”