Learning Through Games
In a large-scale study, across three countries (Bhutan, Mexico, and Peru) involving close to 800,000 students, shows that teaching well-being skills not only improves well-being outcomes but also improves academic performance (Adler et al., 2016).
We believe that everyone should learn how to protect their well-being from as young as possible. Hence, we design a variety of game-based programmes specifically for schools.
Why Work With Us?
We believe that learning should be fun and engaging, which is why we use a game-based approach in our progammes.
PEOPLE FOCUSED & DATA-DRIVEN
Our programmes are backed by data and research but are designed for people.
We focus on what works - we send an impact report after every programme we run with you.
Mindset Board Game
Overcoming Negative Emotions
Realising Meaningful Future
Thriving with Resilient Strategies
Flying with a Growth Mindset
Overcoming Negative Emotions (Educator)
Realising Meaningful Future (Educator)
Communication for Stronger Relationships
Give Without Burning Out
Well-Being Learning Journey
Assistant Year Head
North Vista Secondary School
Chua Siew Peng
National Healthcare Group
Lai Weng Keong
Assistant Year Head (Lower Sec)
Yuan Ching Secondary School