Our

Journey

Our Journey begins with the story of Grace. A 10 year old student in a year 6 class at one of Yangon's international primary schools. 
 

Grace loved S.T.E.A.M., she was a member of the science club, she hosted a YouTube channel and she was curious about the world around her....

WE SEE A FUTURE WHERE ALL STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO ENJOY 21 CENTURY, STEAM BASED, LEARNING EXPERIENCES.

We are redesigning extra-curricular education.

We provide learning experiences that are immersive, STEAM based, student centered, and entertaining. We also support all education in the community through an extensive collaborations program.

 

Our state-of-the-art facilities are designed with the latest research in mind to allow for creation, collaboration, and investigation. 

Our experiences immerse learners on journeys designed to engage and educate, whilst centering on core themes crucial to academic success.

S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) is core to the structure, planning and teaching of all our journeys.

 

Learners not only discover new academic skills, but also learn key 21st century skills such as problem solving, using technology to share ideas, and working in teams with specific roles.

 

We apply the latest in educational and psychological research to ensure that our experiences are motivating and have measurable impact on academic results.

So...

WHERE WILL YOUR JOURNEY TAKE YOU?

FULL DAY EXPERIENCES

Our full day experiences take learners on a journey into a whole new world, experiencing life in a new role as they learn new skills and attempt to tackle the day's big challenge

WEEKLY AFTER-SCHOOL UNITS

Our weekly units take learners on deep-dive thematic journeys in a student-led, discursive learning environment, designed to ensure that learners collaborate and create

FULLY MAPPED TO INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUMS

All of our experiences are designed to introduce and reinforce concepts covered in international curriculums, employing standards based grading to provide feedback on progress