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On 24th March 2016, as early as 0800 hrs, 1,300 staff from a global early education organisation arrived at FOCUS Adventure; on the sandy beach of the State of Fun, Sentosa for their Staff Day. This is the first time all six early childhood education brands from the organisation in Singapore came together.

It was an extremely hot day but the heat did not dry up the passion and enthusiasm of the fun loving staff who tried their hands on the “Sporty” and “Creative” activities such as building race cars out of limited cardboards and other resources, rowing in our unique dragon boats, kayaking and FOCUS Adventure’s latest activity; The Bubble Challenge!, just to name a few.

The main highlight was the Cardboard Race Car competition. A total of 92 teams raced in a unique relay, 2 “drivers” (2 members from each team) had to race while wearing their own custom built cardboard cars. The difficulty of the race was raised as the “drivers” were blindfolded and needed to be guided by another team member.

Unkown to the participants, their organisation was in the midst of setting a new Singapore Book of Records. 4 rounds of Heats and the Finals were conducted under the invigilation of the representative from Singapore Book of Records. Under the scorching hot sun, the fastest car emerged after 30 minutes of racing and a new Singapore Book of Records for the “Largest Wearable Cardboard Box Race” was set with a total of 282 people in 141 wearable cardboard cars.

Other highlights of the day included the generous prizes awarded to the best teams for the following activities;

The Sandcastle Challenge!
The Alpha Link Challenge!
The Trebuchet Challenge!
The Dodge Ball Challenge!

Prizes were also awarded to the Top 5 teams with the Best Cardboard Race Car Design and Fastest in completing the Cardboard Race Car.

The Staff Day ended successfully with the Singapore Book of Records Award being presented to the group’s CEO!

More information on the Singapore Book of Records awarded to our client can be found in the following link:

Each team will be tasked to build a robot together. After which they will be going through the learning session on manual controls and how to control them. This will allow their robots to be unique as compared to the rest. Their final objective will be to pit the robot that they built against man-made obstacles such as to carry items and moving from point A to point B or to going through a maze or to dance! The possibilities is endless! They will then customise a message for the children using the robots built and have it delivered to the beneficiaries.


Learning Objectives


  • To understand that it is not always the results that matter but also the process
  • Engage participant’s imagination and problem solving skills
  • Increase confidence and commitment levels
    Allows greater meaning to giving and helping those in need
  • To tap on each other’s strengths and weaknesses

If you are looking for an exciting challenge with a meaningful element, The Supermarket Race Challenge! will be the program for you! Teams will get to earn cash by attempting a series of challenges along the race, in a bid to earn enough money to purchase essential items for the selected beneficiary. Given a limited time and facing multiple challenges, teams will have to plan carefully and make strategic decisions to optimize their resources, and purchase as many items as possible for a good cause.