Camp Asia

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AGES: 3 to 16 years COST: From $625 per weekly camp, in­clud­ing lunch, morn­ing and af­ter­noon snacks and T-shirt; two-way bus ser­vice, $65 per week DU­RA­TION: Five days, Mon­day to Fri­day, 9am to 3pm FO­CUS: Multi-ac­tiv­ity and sports LO­CA­TION: Stam­ford Amer­i­can In­ter­na­tional School, 1 Woodleigh Lane

REG­IS­TRA­TION:

6593 3691 | cam­pa­sia.asia

There is loads to ex­plore at Camp Asia, and, with 15 dif­fer­ent camps that span a wide range of ac­tiv­i­ties, kids are bound to be thor­oughly en­gaged and en­ter­tained. There’s some­thing for ev­ery­one: sports lovers (soc­cer, bas­ket­ball, gym­nas­tics and multi-sports), cre­ative ones (drama, cook­ing, art and multi-ac­tiv­ity), avid learn­ers (math, sci­ence and Man­darin) and tech- savvy kids ( ro­bot­ics, elec­tron­ics, drones and pro­gram­ming).

Teach­ers are highly qual­i­fied and have been back­ground­checked ac­cord­ing to Camp Asia’s re­cruit­ment pol­icy. They hold years of ex­pe­ri­ence, and they em­ploy teach­ing meth­ods that are adapted ac­cord­ing to age, class and con­tent. Par­ents are highly in­volved with what their chil­dren are up to. In the Su­per Chef camp, for ex­am­ple, they are in­vited for a lunch spe­cially pre­pared by the kids. The chil­dren’s skills will be put to the test as they cook, serve and ex­plain how they cre­ated the meal. Par­ents can ex­pect a lunch dished up in full Masterchef- style, with ev­ery­thing from the bread to drinks be­ing made from scratch.

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