As part Dwight School Dubai' s Spark Tank programme, the school has recently developed a new curriculum model called ‘The Spark Framework’, which covers enterprise and many other areas such as social media and digital content creation, coding, robotics and artificial intelligence. The Spark Framework has already inspired a new session called ‘Young Entrepreneurs’, which supports the schools Primary Years Programme (PYP) students and their ideas. This will eventually lead to helping with testing and marketing their products within the school community and beyond.
For Adam Eustace, a 16-year-old grade 11 student, his love for design and fashion inspired him to launch his own streetwear brand ‘KYO’. The name originates from the Japanese word ‘Kyoretsuna’ meaning intensity. Adam said: “I wanted to express my own form of fashion and bring something different to the table. KYO is the definition of pop culture and streetwear culture — meeting at a midpoint.” Adam launched the KYO brand with four designs for T-shirts and hoodies. He wants to make a mark on the streetwear culture, and is keen to push his brand’s presence through activations with the community. Within the six months of his brand’s release, he has managed to sell out his first limited stock.
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