April, 2021

Wed07Apr(Apr 7)00:00Fri09(Apr 9)00:00Registration no longer availableFeaturedEaster Holiday Enrichment Camp ProgramCHOICE OF DAYS AVAILABLE00:00 - 00:00 (9)

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Enrichment Program – Easter Holiday (LIMITED SEATS)

In our learner-driven virtual classroom, our online classes are adaptive to suit students’ needs and interests. For the holidays, why not have a fun, thought-provoking, and engaging camp experience.

Select your subject, and see its time slot below!

Problem Solving & Puzzle Games

In our learner-driven classrooms, we take the student through a magical journey of puzzle and logic games that are adapted around our students interests, with themes ranging from music to sports, treasure hunt and art.   Students will develop their logical reasoning and problem-solving skills through the completion of fun and thought-provoking tasks and fun but challenging mission. These sessions will be made much more fun by the inclusion of teamwork and collaboration between the students, as well as some competition.  This is a perfect course to cultivate the young minds of aspiring scientists, engineers, or anyone to be equipped with critical 21-st century skills.

Available Time Slot :

3-Day Camp | 7 – 9 April | WED – FRI

  • Age: 10 – 12
    2:00 – 3:30pm
  • Age: 13 & Up
    Time: 3:30 – 5:00pm

Genetics and the World

Science and languages at the same time? This class takes an integrated approach that covers science, English, social issues, policy, and ethics all at the same time.  From gene editing to cloning and ethics, climate change to conservation, and electricity to renewable energy, children will find themselves fascinated by the daily phenomena in nature, eager to ask questions through a new lense, stretched through occasional data analysis, and motivated to expand their perimeter of knowledge. Students will emerge as an inquisitive learner, and an empowered communicators of their wildest ideas.

Available Time Slot :

3-Day Camp | 7 – 9 April | WED – FRI
10 – 12
Time: 3:00 – 5:00pm (FULL) | 5:00 – 7:00pm (FULL)

Human Geography

This course will cover the dominant themes of human geography.  This class takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawing on economics, geography, social studies, and governmental relations policies. 

Economics: What makes certain countries rich and others poor? This section will cover themes related to colonialism, theories of economic development, divisions between rich and poor countries, and trade/aid.

Demographics/ Population: Why does demography matter? Why do some populations grow and some decline?  Students will look into migration patterns, effects of war, and international jurisprudence as they relate to the status of migration.

Available Time Slot :

3-Day Camp | 7 – 9 April | WED – FRI
14 & Up
Time: 3:00 – 5:00pm

Policy Debate

For aspiring advanced and competitive debaters! Policy debate is strategic argument between two teams on a given topic.  The team in affirmation must come up with a plan, a way to support the topic, in the form of a government policy. The team in negation tries to convince the judge that the plan is a bad idea. The rest of the debate centers around whether or not the plan should be enacted.   You’ll be happy to find that policy debate is a healthy combination of politics, philosophy, ethics, performance, and basically whatever you want it to be. This event will prepare you for every other speech and debate event. Policy is a space where you can do whatever you want, and make it however fun and challenging as you would like to make of it.

Available Time Slot :

3-Day Camp | 7 – 9 April | WED – FRI
Age: 14 & Up
Time: 9:30 – 11:300am | 2:00 – 4:00pm

Shakespear & Dramatic Text

A “double first” Cambridge graduate, and an experienced theatre director, our coach will work with students in a one-week intensive on Shakespeare. Using “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” as the key text, students will be taught how to understand Shakespearean language and how to perform, design and act for the stage.   During class, we will look at clips of past productions, work on how to stage a production, and how to understand the language. Through reading a classical piece in Shakespearean literature, students will acquire new skills to appreciate English literature, develop confidence in public speaking, and apply comedy and drama to create effects for a modern audience.   By the end of the week, students will perform sections of the text (in online class) and/or design their very own staging of the play. 

Available Time Slot :

5-Day Camp | 5 – 9 April | MON – FRI
10 – 12 Years
Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm

Early Bird code: Easter2021 (Valid until 5 March)


7 (Wednesday) 00:00 - 9 (Friday) 00:00

Registration Fee

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