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Curiosity offers a cloud based, choice driven, cross curricula platform

Pupils love completing their Curiosity Passport, where they chronicle their journey, and collecting stickers and badges as they complete challenges from different topic lines.  But mostly, they love challenging themselves!  See what pupils say for yourself.

“For me, Curiosity Club has been amazing it has allowed me to present my talents and skills, allowed me to show how competitive I am, allowed me to try out new things, improved my research skills and most importantly taught me some awesome facts.”
Asiba – Year 8 student Midlands Academy

Teachers benefit from detailed teacher notes for every challenge and automatic reporting with leaderboards and performance analysis.  But more importantly, you benefit from engaged pupils who are developing their love of learning.  See what teachers say for yourself.

“You have created something astonishing” Sally Quirk, Headteacher

Curiosity Club has been a success. Learning through choice helped to motivate, engage and inspire our pupils to be independent learners. Not only did they develop their knowledge but decision making, researching, organisation and having to take responsibility for their learning came to the fore.” Jason Davie, Head of Learning

Curiosity in Action

Here are some examples of Curiosity in Action. Get in touch to talk with one of our team, arrange a visit or schedule a virtual demonstration!

Hear what the users say!

Curiosity is used in schools across the UK and US.  We have excellent testimonials from our schools and can arrange for you to talk directly to them about their experience if you need more persuading that Curiosity is for you!  Contact Us and we can put you in touch with a like-minded teacher who is using Curiosity near you.

As a Curiosity school, you will be a part of our Curiosity Community with many opportunities and initiatives to engage with other schools locally, nationally and internationally.  We hold regular Curiosity Conventions, where schools get the opportunity to work together on new challenges around a theme.  At our last Convention they looked at Fake News and heard from Mark Skipworth, former editor of the Telegraph newspaper. You can apply to bring some of your pupils to our next Convention by stating your interest on our contact form.

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