So we know Easter holidays are only just drawing to a close, but believe it or not, mamas, summer is coming! It’s mostly cause for celebration, but we totally get fretting about what to do with the suddenly freed-up kiddos for all those endless hours.
It’s a well-known fact that Camp Asia is the leading provider of holiday camps in Singapore but, never ones to rest on their laurels, they are back with a new and improved camp program for summer 2015! How have they improved an already stellar program? Let us count the ways!
- The program has been extended from 8 weeks to 11 weeks (running all the way through 21 August), catering to kids at a variety of schools regardless of their holiday calendar.
- There are now 11 different camp activities on offer, in response to feedback received from parents last summer. From Sports Stars, to Biz Tank, to Mini Mandarin and Math Mania, there is absolutely a camp to fit your kiddo (or let them try them all!)
- The age limit has been raised from 11 to 16. No sullen teenagers moping around your house, mama! Now high schoolers can participate in Sports Stars, Super Chef, Tech Savvy and Lego Robotics. And littlies from age 3 can get in on the fun, too!
- They’ve added a third venue! In addition to state-of-the-art campuses at Stamford American International School and Australian International School, Camp Asia will now also be available in Bukit Timah at The British Club Singapore.
Theatre buffs should be especially psyched, as two professional actors from the UK will fly in for two weeks to run the Drama Academy! Henry Everett is currently co-starring on the London stage with Ralph Fiennes (no big deal), while actress Morag Cross has a number of television and movie credits to her name. Kiddos 6-11 will play theatre games, work on improvisation, devise scenes, and even make their own movie trailer, all building toward the big group production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
What’s more, this summer will of course feature special SG50 celebrations, and each child will receive their own limited-edition SG50 t-shirt.
So check out Camp Asia’s newly-revamped website (of course it is!), and book your kiddos in soon at the convenient all-inclusive price (you’ll want to book in for the easy bus service that has stops all around the island too, mama). Enjoy a 10% discount if you book in by the end of April!
As Shakespeare said,
“The sun shines hot; and if we use delay,
Cold biting winter mars our hoped-for hay”
We may not have to worry about cold biting winter, but it will be summer before you know it, so make hay while the sun shines and book your Camp Asia spot today!
All camps are priced at $625 (or $695 for Super Chef or Drama Academy) for a week and run Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm.