Our award winning online interactive games are constructed around sound pedagodical principles and have been adapted, trialled and used as a context for learning and social interaction with great success within international education sectors. 

Many schools utilise the game as an extra curricular event in after school clubs. This has proved beneficial for disengaged, disadvantaged and pupils who require additional support needs. Examples of the work carried out in the clubs can be found below in the Spy Quest Blog.

We are currently working with Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) on having the games endorsed as a suitable learning resourse for children from 3 years old to adults.

A White Paper written by Ollie Bray,  Senior Policy Advisor & Consultant for Scottish Government & National Adviser for Emerging Technologies in Learning on the suitability of Super Spy Camp and Spy Quest in UK Education is available on request. It outlines the sound pedagodical principles and core skills on which the game is built on. 



“Computer games are the most powerful learning tool of our age.”

- Professor Henry James, MIT


1+2 Languages for Primary and Secondary schools. 

"Having been the first school in Scotland to run Spyquest for Modern Languages, 

we would not hesitate to recommend the experience to other colleagues. 

The activity was motivating, challenging and above all, enjoyable!" 

                                               - DHT, Queen Anne High School, Dunfermilne.

Spy Quest is currently avilable in English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Danish, Mandarin and DutchAdditional languages can be added on request. 

Transition - Whether it be P7 - S1 or Nursery - P1, we can help with packages to suit every school. 


  "Spy Quest can be used by schools to promote learning in a fun and engaging 

way  across a number of subjects and encourage pupils to think creatively to 

solve problems and complete tasks together." 

Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) 


St Georges Primary School Case Study Material

P1 - P4 Pupils from Sandwood, St George's, St Vincent's and Ashpark primary schools took part in Operation Olympic. A bespoke game designed to compliment work previously taught to children by Glasgow Life co-ordinators in the run up to the London Olympics. Read the case study document provided by Glasgow Life here.

St Thomas Aquinas Secondary School Spy Quest Case Study Material

A Deputy Head Teachers perspective on using Spy Quest for P7 to S1 Transition and it's alignment to Curriculum for Excellence.
Alisa Wylie S5 Student at St Thomas Aquinas wrote the following article on a Spy Quest event held at her school for S1 pupils. Read her story complete with fellow student interviews here.
160 S1 Pupils at St Thomas Aquinas Secondary School took part in a Spy Quest game on 17th August 2012. Read the story of their experience here.

Knightswood Secondary School Case Study Evaluation

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Knightswood Secondary School Case Study DHT Evaluation. 240 P7 pupils took part in a live event assisted by 30 Buddies. Find out how they got on and what they learnt about their new school.

Dunbar Grammar School Case Study