Super Ennings

Super Ennings

We live in an ever changing world! What was new this morning has been reinvented by lunch time and old fashioned by dinner. We crave new things and if the new things are technological in nature then it is so much better!

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It is sad to say that the excitement of going to the zoo or planetarium is something which is rarely found amongst children today. But tell them that they can watch the zoo on a smartphone or explore the galaxies with a virtual reality headset then they have got their attention.

The same is true with other forms of field trips or walk-ins. It has somewhat lost its wonder to today’s children. That is why Super Ennings was born. We develop and present digital walk-ins! This allows us to still convey the important messages walk-ins were designed to do but with a modern twist. This also allows for fees to be much lower than before thereby making the content available to many more children.

Benefits of digital walk-ins

1.       Content can be spread over a couple of days;

2.       Can be done at a time when is most convenient to the school;

3.       Can be done with only a select group of learners;

4.       Understanding and comprehension can accurately be measured;

5.       Problem areas or points of concern as determined from the data gathered can be brought to the attention of the school;

6.       No more strangers at the school;

7.       More cost effective.

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Topics Covered

preschool
Primary
Teens

Pre-School

Primary School

High School

  • The Bully Mystery – Bullying
  • Emotionless Suzie – Emotions
  • Why Do Some Superheroes Wear Masks – Eye Care
  • How to Recharge your Batteries – Relaxation
  • Sannie From the Farm – Road Safety
  • The Holiday Nightmare – RRR
  • Superhero 101 – Respect
  • The Bully Mystery – Bullying
  • Emotionless Suzie – Emotions
  • Why Do Some Superheroes Wear Masks – Eye Care
  • How to Recharge your Batteries – Relaxation
  • Sannie From the Farm – Road Safety
  • The Holiday Nightmare – RRR
  • Superhero 101 – Respect
  • Bullying
  • Social Media
  • Relationships and Sex
  • Substances

Typical structure of a walk-in

  1. Content is spread out over 2 to 5 days,
  2. Each day’s topic or section is quizzed to determine understanding, comprehension and to identify any possible risk factors or problems