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Between the ages of 7 and 9, architectural studies can encourage children to think critically and analytically about the built environment.

Features that Set Us Apart


Child Centred Education


Unique & Fun Learning Approach


Experienced Middle Childhood Specialists


More Than Just A Course

Elevate Your Overall Development in One Go

With a child-centered education approach, we prioritize the individual needs and growth of each child, ensuring they receive personalized attention and support throughout their journey. Our unique and fun learning approach sparks their imagination and curiosity, making architecture an engaging and enjoyable experience. Our team consists of experienced early childhood specialists who bring their expertise to create a nurturing and stimulating environment for young learners. 

Additionally, Muses Education offers more than just a course. Our children's architectural studies encompass emotional well-being, nurturing a healthy and balanced mental and psychological development. The programmes equip children with essential soft skills like cognitive development, verbal reasoning, resilience, and problem-solving, preparing them for future success. 

Join us as we empower your child to become a creative thinker and a confident architect of their own dreams.


Programme Objectives

Cognitive Development

Engaging in complex design challenges to enhance critical thinking, analysis, and creative problem-solving skills.

Blending Science with Art

Integrating scientific principles into architectural projects, encouraging interdisciplinary learning and creative exploration.

Cultural & History Awareness

Exploring architectural styles, landmarks, and historical significance, promoting cultural and historical awareness.

Problem Solving Abilities

Tackling more complex architectural puzzles and real-world challenges, fostering strategic thinking and logical reasoning.

Imagination & Creativity

Designing unique structures, fostering imaginative thinking, innovative solutions, and originality.

Collaborating with peers, discussing ideas, and presenting designs, promoting effective communication and teamwork.

Social Interaction

Start your amazing architectural journey today!

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