Learn the culture, use the language
Let students enjoy using the language to learn the culture from overseas students.
How Palaygo works
The Palaygo methodology allows students to find a direct, autonomous motivation to their learning and fosters a mutually supportive learning environment with powerful peer learning potential. It is effective in motivating a broad range of students to want to learn languages other than English. Children quickly aspire to communicate more with their overseas friends, and students' motivation for continued language learning arises from this aspiration.
Safe International Platform
"The website is safe, fast, and a great tool in extending the student’s linguistic and cultural knowledge."
- Japan Foundation, Sydney ”Classroom Resources”
Three Levels of Immersion
The three Palaygo levels (Mail, Talk, Tour) are a progression of real experiences and increasing communication skills. The new and exciting discoveries students make through this real communication process stimulates their self-interest and motivation to learning other languages and cultures.
Students establish contact with overseas peers at school where they nurture their interests in each other as well as their language and cultural knowledge.
Students can proceed to talking and seeing each other in real-time, enabling them to further their relationships and enhancing their oral communication skills
Students can opt to travel to their online friends’ countries and home stay and visit their schools.
Yes. All you need is a computer and an internet connection.
Please get in touch with us via the Contact page for the details.
No. Users will not receive spam emails because Palaygo is a closed proprietary platform and is separate from normal email systems used on the open web. Therefore Palaygo is a safe and secure system for students and students will not be able to use their Palaygo IDs to send messages on ordinary email systems either.
You can join Palaygo without having a Sister School.
Yes. Palaygo is easy for beginners because the special mechanism will allow students to communicate with confidence regardless of their proficiency levels.
L17, 31 Queen Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
Ph: +61-3-8797 2424
2F Sagami Building, 7-13-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo 104-0061 Japan