The Learning Management System For Next Generation Education.

Every student is a star, and requires a personalized learning experience that can accommodate their strengths and ensure their success. With its social and interactive features, WinjiGo bridges the distance between students and teachers.

Features & Benefits

Distance Learning

Virtual Classroom and Live sessions deliver learning activities seamlessly, both online and in person. Learning content is accessible anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

Collaboration

Social media inspired features enable students to develop group cohesion, increasing self-esteem and responsibility.

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Assessments

Virtual Classroom and Live sessions deliver learning activities seamlessly, both online and in person. Learning content is accessible anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

Learning Analysis

A Centralized student card tracks daily progress and offers customizable reports, in order to measure the impact of initiatives on the students’ performance.

Gamification

Fun, gamified activities and pointing systems provide a sense of challenge and achievement, keep students engaged, and improve their results.

Microsoft Integration

Native integration with Office 365 products from classes on Teams, to assignments and resources on Office application and OneNote for, to secure back up on OneDrive.

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A Unique Approach

Discover how WinjiGO facilitates interactive methods such as blended, flipped and enquiry-based learning, helping students to develop 21st Century skills.

Customer Stories

AlEkhaa School was founded in 1971 as a private school under the Saudi National System., put WinjiGO at the center of their remote learning ecosystem, in order to ensure continued education during the pandemic.

Egyptian Japanese Schools are Ministry of Education schools that incorporate elements of Japanese educational methods. Here, the transition to distance learning was fast and successful.

In 2020, when Covid disrupted the education sector worldwide, the UAE was one of the very few countries who managed to maintain all the academic terms and their curriculums - while respecting all safety measures.