Our Ministry of Education (MOE) accredited Analytical Thinking Skills (ATS®) programme is designed to maximise the potential of primary and secondary school students ages 7 to 16.

The programme comprises of 40 sessions, with each session lasting 1.5 hours. Our teachers are screened through a strict selection process and handpicked by Dr. Mark Nowacki himself.

We nurture the physical, emotional, social and intellectual growth of children through the use of experiential learning methods and fun games in a relaxed and social setting. Students are equipped with thinking and employability skills to help them face the future as confident communicators who are able to think on their feet.

Our techniques have gained recognition from several institutions and have been proven to improve academic grades, as demonstrated in a recent study conducted where students from the ATS® programme showed an improvement in grades by up to 30%.

We also offer a Kindy programme for young children ages 4 to 6, which serves as a pre-cursor to the ATS® curriculum specially designed to give them a head start on their 21CC learning journey.

 

Since 2005, LogicMills has been a leader in converging technology, education and games for the training of 21st Century Competencies.  To date, more than 45,000 students from 70 Singapore & International Schools have benefitted from the LogicMills learning method.  In addition, we have trained more than 2000 MOE teachers & certified more than 150 MOE teachers in the LogicMills teaching method.  We have also trained thousands of executives the public and private sector.
 

 

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY

 

“Over the last 6 years, Logicmills has widened my horizons and improved my analytical problem-solving skills, and always in a fun way. These sessions have undoubtedly played a large role in shaping who I am today.”

- Jun Heng, Hwa Chong Institution

 

"I love LogicMills’ programme because the activities are both fun and educational. I have learnt many skills and values from the wide range of entertaining games such as Saboteur and Aye Dark Overload. It also provided a unique learning experience that I would never experience in normal lesson. Generally, the programme they brought was just simply enlightening and the instructor was able to explain the game thoroughly and kept us engage."

- Marc, Sec 4 Student

 

"We learnt life skills that could not be taught in a confined space in class neither in the textbook. These skills have enable me to face challenges in life and taught me meaningful lessons about life which I did not manage to uphold before. I used to be a guy without any goal or direction, but after I joined this programme, I'm motivated and have a clearer goal in life."

- Chui Hong, Sec 3 Student