Pre and After School Program and Summer Holiday Classes
A glimpse into our Preschool and Afterschool weekly classes’ lesson structure:
Our typical weekly class consists of both theory and practical component to ensure optimum learning experience. Children will be brought through the concepts behind each of the model and then apply what they learn on the model they will be building. They will also be challenged to apply concepts to improvise the model. For e.g. in a class to introduce young children to projectile or trajectory, we will leverage on our proprietary model of a catapult. In this way, theory will be made “alive” through interactive play.
What’s a Camp about?
A camp integrates extensive amount of interaction and activities to stimulate children’s imagination. The longer format of a camp also means that children will have the opportunity to be exposed to more aspects of experiential learning and our camps are conceptualized to intentionally capture themes that children know very well. Besides learning concepts, a camp will allow children to build their social behavior as well. Challenges are designed to allow children to work with teams to overcome assignments as well as individually to stimulate their out-of-the-box thinking. In some, children will also get to bring home what they have created during the camp such as the movie they directed or comic that they developed.