The MiMo Programme (Minimum Input– Maximum Output) is a research-backed programme made up of a unique combination of movements that can dramatically improve children’s academic results in only 6 minutes a day.

It is based on current knowledge of neuroplasticity and is focused on enhancing the underlying skills necessary for learning, thus developmental maturity also improves.

How Can the MiMo Programme Help Your Child?

Average Improvement over 1 year using MiMo

Mathematics - 17 Months

Verbal Comprehension - 19 Months

Word Spelling - 21 Months

Sentence Reading - 22 Months

Working Memory - 29 Months

Short-term Memory - 31 Months

"Our Year 1 class that is on the program has improved so much concerning math and language skills, co-ordination and fine motor skills compared to the Year 1 class that isn`t in the programme. The improvement is so visible that most of our teachers who teach Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 and Year 4 want to be part of the programme. The parents are also satisfied." Katja Kojnik, Special Needs Teacher

"........ I have found that children in my class enjoy the MIMO program. I look forward to continue this year with my new class." Rachel Miller, Year 1 Teacher

"The research paper of the MiMo Programme demonstrates how, through daily exercises, it has managed to stimulate essential mechanisms that are at the core of our ability to successfully engage with Learning.... I am pleased there is now an exercise programme that can allow children to have a more comfortable journey to achieving their goals and dreams. " Dr. J Krieger – Computational Biology and Neurobiology Imperial College London – Undergraduate and Masters, Cambridge University – PhD