After over 10 solid years of education experience, our management team collectively realized that the best way to develop young minds is to have an inspiring curriculum that not only stimulates their curiosity, but to also help children develop its overall completeness. The initiative of this program has been created with a vision to amalgamate the various facets of STEAM education that has been increasingly prevalent in education today. Paradigm globally has had a gradual shift towards a more integrated learning pattern where there must be a strong emphasis on technology where children can start building their foundation towards digital understanding. The program’s mission isn’t forcing difficult scientific understanding, but it is geared towards influencing a child to develop patience, communication, and research skills that could lead to a lifetime of logical and methodical problem-solving skills.
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Allows for collaboration and team work
Fun, exciting and enjoyable
A more inclusive approach
Boosts physical activity and reduces sedentary time
Increases concentration and time on task in other lessons
Facilitates learning and understanding
Increases confidence and reduces anxiety
Rebecca has over 9 years management experience in worldwide education group in Japan, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong. She was a kindergarten teacher and school principal, and she found the best way for kids to learn English nowadays is, interactions with teachers, hands-on experiments and DIY cooking. It's more helpful to learning and meet students’ developmental, emotional and educational needs. Through our joyful cookery classes, students have acquired another skill outside of school, will boost your child’s creativity and find inspiration.
René Myburgh obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in law in 2012. Thereafter, she pursued her Master’s Degree in both Criminal Law and Labour Law. She graduated cum laude in 2013, and went on to win multiple awards for her treatise. René is a TEFL-qualified teacher and active member of Toastmasters International. René has been teaching students aged 2-14 for the past 12 years, and has experience developing curriculum for a South African kindergarten. In addition, she developed the English curriculum for a private learning center in mainland China. René worked for Monkey Tree English Learning Center in Hong Kong for many years, where she acted as Head Teacher.
SENIOR CURRIUCLUM MANAGER
Ruan Smith holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Movement Sciences and Psychology from the North West University in South Africa. He holds a PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) and his specialization subjects include Natural Sciences (Biology and Chemistry) for primary school students and Life Sciences for secondary school students. He has over 7 years of teaching experience, including teaching English to non-native speakers.
Chinique holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communication Design from The Open Window Institute for Arts and Digital Sciences in South Africa. She has a keen eye for design, in particular the visual relationships within fonts, patterns, and bold images. Chinique’s passion for all aspects of design has remained strong throughout her 5-year career.