Curioo, a Hong Kong-based cram school that focuses on enhancing children’s creativity, is opening more schools in Kyushu. The school aims to boost skills like entrepreneurship and creativity, and students take subjects such as English communication and programming. In class, they engage in topic-based discussions and give presentations. This May, Curioo opened its first-ever cram school in Japan in Sawara Ward, and it opened its second school in Island City (Higashi Ward) in November. The company aims to open about 100 schools in Japan in the next five years and plans to expand into Kumamoto Prefecture, where TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer, is currently building a plant. Source: FIBA
Photo from CURIOO official website
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