Engaging Opponents

A game-based workshop hosted by Nigel Scarfe, a seasoned gamer with Imagination Gaming, unearthed strengths and talents for decision making, strategic thinking, and problem solving the children in Form 6 didn’t know they possessed.

In a time when it is increasingly difficult to engage children who are more and more fixated on electronic stimulus, games are more important than ever in breaking down barriers and helping reach inside a person’s mind, unleashing their creativity, inspiring them to learn new things and to enjoy interacting with others.

With dozens of games on offer, from shape-based challenges to reflex and reaction games, there was something to appeal to everyone - helping the children discover new talents and have fun engaging with their opponents.