Our Dream Learners app is based on four distinct but complementary areas of research, which helps us deliver a better learning experience for children. These areas are: Ed4Bed, Connected Curriculum, Home At The Heart Of Learning and Share It Through A Story. Below is research on all four areas for you to enjoy, and we will continue to share research as we find it and as it becomes available. You can read more about our four areas of research here, but feel free to jump straight to the research material by clicking on the links or just keep scrolling down.

Ed4Bed: Learning before a sleep pattern has a beneficial effect on long-term declarative memory consolidation and the brain’s ability to recall factual information. We provide tailored learning content in the critical 90 minutes before bedtime.  

Connected Curriculum: Cross-curricular teaching is the most effective way to disseminate curricular learning. Many early childhood educators and researchers recognise that young children see the world as a connected whole rather than in isolated segments and that learning should reflect this. By connecting learning from disparate subject areas within our stories, children’s learning is both faster and more meaningful. 

Home At The Heart Of Learning: Creating a ‘climate of curiosity’ and love for learning at home has been found to be the most significant determinant of children’s future success. Home has three times the impact school does on a child's learning outcomes. Providing parents with manageable ways to connect with their children's learning is ultimately effective. 

Share It Through A Story: Everyone loves a story (whether oral, book or video) and stories are the ideal way to convey curricular information to young children whose thought processes naturally follow a story narrative. We use a specific mix of reality and fantasy to create stories which captivate children and educate them without them even realising they are learning.


Ed4Bed: Learning before a sleep pattern has a beneficial effect on long-term declarative memory consolidation and the brain’s ability to recall factual information. We provide tailored learning content in the critical 90 minutes before bedtime. 


Connected curriculum: Cross-curricular teaching is the most effective way to disseminate curricular learning. Many early childhood educators and researchers recognise that young children see the world as a connected whole rather than in isolated segments and that learning should reflect this. By connecting learning from disparate subject areas within our stories, children’s learning is both faster and more meaningful.


Home at the heart of learning: Creating a ‘climate of curiosity’ and love for learning at home has been found to be the most significant determinant of children’s future success. Providing parents with manageable ways to connect with their children's learning is ultimately effective. 


Share it through a story: Everyone loves a story (whether oral, book or video) and stories are the ideal way to convey curricular information to young children whose thought processes naturally follow a story narrative. We use a specific mix of reality and fantasy to create stories which captivate children and educate them without them even realising they are learning.