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Science Says: Kids who develop Emotional Intelligence (EI) become happier, balanced and more successful adults

An increasing number of studies demonstrate that thew trait EQ is essential for various aspects of healthy living and adaptability, ranging from effective functioning to social relationships (Petrides, 2011; Petrides et al., 2016).


One of the issues that has greatly attracted researchers in recent years is the role of EQ in determining individuals' subjective well-being (SWB). This refers to how people experience the quality of their lives (Diener, Oishi, & Lucas, 2003). It is claimed that the ability to perceive, express, understand and manage emotions plays a crucial role in promoting SWB in children and adults alike (Zeidner, Matthews, & Roberts, 2012).


Learn how Magical U can improve all aspects of well-being for students and their family members.

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Happier kids make better students

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Studies from various sources including the University of Texas have found that by acknowledging our emotions actually makes us more balanced, stronger and resilient.

At Magical U we put childrens’ well-being at the heart of our business. We see the role of schools as crucial in supporting children equally with EQ as well as the more traditional role of IQ. 


This is why we have created a range of ways to share what we do, including packages for schools and learning centres across the world.  



  • Understanding how to play Magical U

  • Why it works?

  • The importance of feelings in an academic setting

  • Bringing understanding to a child’s behaviour

  • Understanding negative subconscious programming and its impact on young people 

  • Releasing shock, trauma, negative memories from their subconscious

  • Reprogramming with upbeat, optimistic possibilities

  • Building resilience

  • Social skills,

  • Decision making




We have worked with teachers and school counsellors in


Prem Tinsulanonda International School, Chiang Mai, Thailand

SISB School, Chiang Mai, Thailand

STEP Science & Technology Park, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Panyaden International School, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Pelangi International School, Bali, Indonesia

Green School, Bali, Indonesia

Tenby International School, Kuala, Lumpur, Malaysia

We continue to develop accessible routes for forward thinking, child centred education systems.

Magical U – Introduction

If you would like to find out more about Magical U and how it can help you and your school. We invite you to contact our founder, Jaz Goven for a private complimentary consultation and share the needs of your school, staff and students. 


No two schools are alike and, after an initial consultation, we recommend a group discussion with your ‘key’ people to allow us to create a bespoke program based on your specific needs.



We look forward to hearing from you about your school and the possibilities and magic we can co-create.
Jaz Goven

+66 818627146

Introducing Magical U into your School

Who to involve in early discussions:

  • Head of School

  • Lead Teachers

  • Teaching Staff who have identified children that might need additional support

  • School Counsellors

Magical U for schools

Our clients

Programs: Challenges
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