Our ethos

For many people, learning is a chore. Education is something to suffer through to achieve a piece of paper. It shouldn't be. Many also push a certain approach. They encourage silos and box-ticking. They treat learners as vessels to be filled and position the teacher as the font of all knowledge. It doesn't have to be this way.

We believe learning should be enjoyable. It feels great to work hard on a problem and find a solution. To receive encouragement and follow or develop a new passion. Learning should be a collaborative endeavour. It should be creative. It should develop lifelong learners equipped with the skills needed to thrive in the 21st century. We do things differently.

Instead of trying to fit people to a rigid system, we create the system to fit the people. We use intrinsically motivating activities (e.g., sport, exercise, video games, clubs, and team activities) to engage the disengaged. To ignite a love of learning. And, hopefully, change lives for the better.

Do our values match yours?

Get in touch to find out how we can work together to support young people to lead awfully good lives.


Gamers vs. Depression

Learn how we use gaming as a vehicle to increase social connection and enhance gamer's understanding of mental health.

Dr Mills Gaming

We sometimes record podcasts. Take a listen. It might be useful for an in class activity.

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