John Adams teams with Tomorrow’s Achievers for Rubik’s Cube master classes

John Adams Leisure has partnered with Tomorrow’s Achievers to run a series of Rubik’s inspired master classes across the UK.

The mind-challenging Rubik’s master classes form part of the Tomorrow’s Achievers – a primary provider of enrichment classes for kids – calendar of events aimed at boosting engagement beyond the curriculum.

They cover a wealth of topics including science, technology, maths, philosophy, virtual reality, literature and the arts.

The Rubik’s brand has long been associated with puzzle solving, and over the last few years, Rubik’s has successfully run a series of school-related initiatives across the UK and globally.

The Tomorrow’s Achievers master classes have been created in partnership with some of the country’s leading lecturers, with every masterclass having been inspired by Rubik’s.

The sessions include The Clever Thing Is To Enjoy The Mistakes, How to Solve any Problem and The Ancient Land of Rubik’s Cube.

Lynette Norris, marketing manager at John Adams Leisure, said: “The Rubik’s Cube offers many ways to bring the school curriculum to life – problem solving, maths, science and more – and so we are thrilled to be able to work with such an established partner as Tomorrow’s Achievers and to have played a part in creating such exciting and informative workshops for children to enjoy out of the usual school environment.

“We look forward to seeing this partnership grow over the coming months.”

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