What We Offer




What We Offer




The 21st Century Competencies (21CC) represent an international standard of soft skills that helps individuals across all ages evolve and thrive in a fast-changing world driven by globalisation and new technologies.

We map our approach to 21CC through the following milestones:


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Our Learning Focus

Our Learning Focus

The 21st Century Competencies form the framework of our learning journey, and can be derived through  Situational Intelligence (SQ),  Collaborative Intelligence (CQ) and Global Intelligence (GQ). Each milestone represents a set of skills and values necessary to excel in the globalised world we live in.

SQ: The skills we need to make good decisions in a changing world

1. Jump in and know where you are (sizing up an environment)

2. Know what you can do (identify options and think ahead)

3. Do it and see if it works (responsive and feedback to environment)

CQ: The skills we need to work with others

1. Communication skills

2. Team-building (forming team dynamics and structures)

3. EQ (knowing and managing yourself and others)

GQ: The qualities we need to be an effective global citizen

1. First, know your own values

2. Thereafter, you can be open to others from all walks of life

3. This openness allows you to draw upon the talents of yourself and others, sometimes leading and sometimes following, in order to get things done

4. When you are comfortable doing that, you are a global citizen



Our Learning Journey

Our Learning Journey

Our learning journey is powered by our flagship Analytical Thinking Skills (ATS®) programme, which utilises experiential learning methods to develop social skills, self-awareness, intellectual curiosity and out-of-the-box thinking in a safe environment. It cultivates the character required for a lifetime of learning in the 21st century.



Our Kindy programme is a pre-cursor to the ATS® curriculum specially designed for young children to give them a head start on their 21CC learning journey.



A child's formal introduction to ATS® begins at the age of 7. The programme is intended to enrich holistic development in primary and secondary school students and has been proven to improve academic grades, as well as equip them with employability skills to better prepare them for the future.


Beyond the scope of education, our programme is also relevant for the industry. We empower working professionals with problem solving, communication and leadership tools to help them stay relevant in today's competitive workforce.


A key component of learning lies in the ability to evaluate its effectiveness. We do this through MirMe (short for Mirror Me), an online game-based assessment tool that helps us calibrate your learning journey by measuring the soft skills our curriculum teaches through a unique Measure-Train-Measure system.

Not only can MirMe help individuals map out their 21st century skill profile against global standards in education and employability, it also offers administrators a deeper insight on how to develop, recruit and manage each talent through differentiated approaches.

In order to ensure that the right intervention is implemented in a timely and effective manner, our LogicMills Assessor Accreditation Programme (LAAP) trains and certifies administrators to help them better understand and interpret the reports.

MirMe is validated by researchers at Max Planck Institute (Berlin), the world’s premier research institute in the social sciences and creators of the PISA Test and fast and frugal heuristics.



Our teaching philosophy is simple. We focus on the “how” of thinking by instilling individuals with effective ways to learn, understand and assess content. This encourages a healthy flow of thought that is guided along each step of the way. We achieve this through the IACE method.



A proper introduction of the lesson helps students get acquainted with the broad aspects of the skills that they are going to learn and how these skills may be potentially utilised.


This is the core of the lesson, which allows students to practice the skills in place. We call this experiential learning – learning by doing.


Students will learn exactly how the skills are applied in the activity through a guided discussion. This allows them to understand how the skills learned in the lesson may be used in other ways.


A guided robust discussion that concludes the lesson in depth by helping the students better understand and clarify on how the skills learned can be applied in their daily lives.