EYFS Summer Camp
Summer Days for our little ones should be fun and purposeful.
RBIS Early Years offer several full-day fun and engaging themes over the course of the summer for kids aged 2-5 to ignite their imagination and curiosity. We not only keep kids learning, but, we also get them excited about summer with a range of full-filled activities.
Toddlers Group and Nursery (18 months+) Learn through stories from famous children’s authors. Afternoons will have Thai Language classes, songs, stories, arts and crafts.
Pre-Reception and Reception Class can be more fun and challenging. All classes aim to encourage children to improve English competency through stories, reading and fun activities such as tree-planting and games. In the afternoon children will learn Thai Language, PE, songs, and arts&crafts.
1. The Little Artist inside Me (Arts and Crafts for Kids)
2. Games of the Olden Days
3. Little Pinkie Chef
4. Nursery Rhymes and Songs Recited and Played
**Minimum Two Weeks Enrolment.
Week 1 and week 2: 2nd – 13th July 2018
Mornings: English or Thai
For Thai class, student will learn about:
- Students will learn to read, write and understand Thai Language.
- Fun activities include cooking, painting and learning about Thai traditional games
For English classes students will be able to:
- Read, write and understand English.
- Speaking: Engage in basic conversation, introductions, greetings, practice phonics sounds and talking about simple topics such as people, places, food and weather.
- Listening: Understand threshold-level verbal information, such as receiving instructions and answers to questions
Afternoons: Chinese and Professional Photography course for kids
Shutter V Junior Academy: 10th-12th July 13:00-16:00
- Students will get to learn about photography skills from famous photographers. All the camera and equipment will be provided for this workshop.
Afternoon Field Trips to Bounce at the end of the week.
Week 3 and week 4: 16th – 27th July 2018
Mornings: English or Chinese
Afternoons: Sswimming with PB Corners "Children will hone their inherent skills, building strength, confidence and self-image. PB Corners will help children grow and improve their skills through the fun of swimming, an ideal non-impact exercise environment."
Lego Mega Builder delivers fun and exciting experiences to children by giving them the opportunity to learn, build and play with LEGO® bricks. Specially designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for the Mega builder approach to educational play.
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Secondary Summer School ( 3 weeks )
IGCSE English and Mathematics
Good English Language skills help students make stronger progress in their IGCSE studies. The English sessions will concentrate on the four areas of English - reading and writing; speaking and listening.
It will be useful to:
- Year 9 students who will be taking First Language English as it will strengthen their language skills to allow for a smooth transition to their IGCSE course. (these students should be entered for the IGCSE Second Language English exam in Year 10)
- Year 9 English Second Language students about to begin their IGCSE exams. It is essential that students continue the study of language during the Summer break so they are prepared for the commencement of Year 10. It will also be of benefit to begin the understanding of the structure of the IGCSE course of study.
The Mathematics sessions will introduce topics that will be studied in the Extended group during Year 10. Understanding of the more complex topics is helped by the topics being introduced and then revisited later. We will spend time looking at how some of these topics relate to one another to begin the process of understanding some of the higher order questions.
This course will be useful to current Year 10 students who need to consolidate the work they have studied this year and Year 9 students who will enter the Extended maths group next year.
EAL students are expected to attend the English sessions to continue further development of their language skills in order to reach the level required to “come off” the EAL programme of study. The sessions will concentrate on the four areas of English - reading and writing; speaking and listening.