This winter, why not give your child the opportunity to learn about the world beyond English skills? Our weekly Study Camps offer a fun, engaging and confidence-building experience for all ages. Here are some of the new themes we’ll be exploring this year.
Weekly camp highlights
Early Years: Travelling Back to Earth
Children are born with innate curiosity and a natural sense of wonder. Our exciting space-themed camp will introduce little ones to a fascinating world of planets and stars, developing their creativity and imagination as they travel through this glittering expanse. Through their enjoyment, they will lead the way to improve in their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills, while they gain new knowledge of our amazing solar system.
Lower Primary: Writing is Fun
Designed for Primary 1 and 2, this camp is a ‘personal writing week’ to help your child grow in confidence. They’ll practise writing fiction and non-fiction narratives on topics they love, with guidance from our friendly and experienced teachers. Our holistic approach includes reading, listening and speaking exercises to build descriptive writing skills, in a supportive and nurturing environment. This is a wonderful chance to boost your child’s creativity, academic performance and love of putting pen to paper.
Upper Primary: Let’s Explore/Smart Ideas
This week, Upper Primary learners will dive into a range of engaging topics with real-world application. They’ll explore fun and challenging scenarios, from writing and acting out a scene about getting help from the emergency services, to making a recording to help a classmate navigate their surroundings without looking. Through stimulating and interactive activities, children will expand their vocabularies, build confidence in collaboration, develop critical thinking skills and much more.
Secondary: Going Viral
We want Secondary students to achieve academic success, while developing the 21st century competencies that will help them thrive beyond their school years. Our aim is to help young learners develop a global mindset, built upon critical thinking, creativity, confidence and resilience. This camp challenges participants to engage deeply with timely topics such as fake news and responsible consumerism, generating lively discussions and persuasive skills. The class will complete writing tasks and presentations to demonstrate what they have learned in this dynamic and stimulating week.