Children, Games and Learning

Through the highly effective platform of game-based learning, children will develop critical thinking, collaboration, math, literacy and social skills.

New Zealand schools use the five key competencies in their practice, namely 
1) Thinking,
2) Managing Self,

3) Language, symbols and text,

4) Relating to others, and

5) Participating and contributing.


Our specialized children's GameMaster consults with a registered teacher before every educational session. This ensures that every session includes aspects of each of the five competencies as it is proven to create resiliency in our young ones. 

The Guild can offer skill-based or subject-based sessions depending on your requirements. Game-based learning  lends itself to academic and non-academic domains of learning as it takes a holistic approach. This means that children can not only learn and prepare for the classroom, but can leaarn and prepare for life outside of the classroom. 

All this is done while having incredible fun with other children and learning important social skills, such as turn-taking, listening to others and working as a team.

For more information on the New Zealand Key Competencies in schools, please visit https://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Key-competencies

 
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