Game Based Learning is the process of integrating teaching with games. By doing this, we can simulate a real-life situation in a safe, digital space for the players to experiment and learn in. This is especially useful when teaching PSHE topics.
Game Based Learning engages all young people, enabling all abilities to join in and make progress, and can particularly reach out to students who may be disengaged, have SEN needs or require mental health support (eg. with their self-confidence or behavior). By using characters that relate to people they may know or want to be, students can easily work up a relationship with the games they play, and associate their learning with visual, audio and kinetic cues.
Games can often get a negative press for their addictive nature, but the games we offer have one thing that drives them: The progression and learning of the student. Our games are easy to play, widely compatible, have no microtransactions and all relate to curriculum-set topics.