The Magic Bus Global Board were present, along with the Architect, Robert Jerritt of Architecture BRIO, to open our newest facility at the Magic Bus Centre for Learning & Development. The Pavilion is a multi-purpose facility combining activity and learning areas with storage provision for all our water based activity equipment. Not only does the building look and feel stunning, it is proving to be an immensely valuable resource capable of operating 365 days a year – whatever the weather!
This winter season of 2014 has seen the return of many of our long-term clients, such as the Vodafone Foundation, Dasra, German School of Bombay and Singapore International School. We are particularly pleased to welcome new connections including The Flight Centre (Singapore), Geet Naik (with CapGemini) Podar International School, Cathedral School (Mumbai), Oberoi School.
The Magic Bus Centre will be offering ‘Centre Membership’ packages soon! For an annual membership fee we will be opening the Centre and most of its activities and facilities for 4 predefined weekends each year. Further details will be circulated by early March 2014.
"Thank you to you and your team for a truly inspiring and rewarding experience – I think we all agree it far exceeded our highest expectations and we will treasure those memories. We have certainly taken away some valuable lessons in teamwork, leadership and cross-cultural collaboration. Magic Bus has done some amazing work with Community Youth Leaders – some of them demonstrate leadership and personal attributes that we would like to see in our young leaders in Flight Centre Singapore." Suyin Lee, Managing Director, Flight Centre Group, Singapore