Let your child discover the world this summer holiday
- Taught by full-time EIS teachers
- Open to all children from 2 – 17 years of age
- Full days from 13th June to 1st July 2016
Early Years students, age 2 – 6, will learn through engaging topics and play-based activities. All the activities are designed to enhance fine and gross motor skills and will incorporate arts and crafts, early writing and reading skills as well as music, dance and sports.
Week 1 - Little Scientists
Students will have the opportunity to experience how to bring together creativity, science and mathematics in an exciting and hands on way.
Week 2 - Under The Sea
Students will go on a fascinating and exciting journey as they learn and discover more about the mysteries of the underwater world.
Week 3 - Food Fun
The children will learn about food and healthy eating through an array of fun and interactive activities.
Primary School students , age 7 – 11, will engage in project-based work that covers grammar, writing, reading and presentation skills. Afternoon activities will include field trips as well as other creative and physical activities such as art, sport and music.
Week 1 - The Wonders of the World
From the ancient world to modern times, students will travel back through history to discover the spectacular “Seven wonders of the world”.
Week 2 - Space
Students will go beyond our planet and journey into and explore the exciting world of outer space.
Week 3 - The History of Sport
Football, hockey, basketball, cricket, summer sports, winter sports and many, many more… How, where, when and why were these games created? Students will inquire into the fascinating world of sport.
Secondary students, age 11 – 17, will engage in project-based work that sharpens their teamwork and collaborative skills. These projects are designed to strengthen reading and writing skills as well as speaking and listening.
Week 1 - The Culture of Continents
Students will embark on a geographical “voyage” to various continents learning about the wide array of cultural, linguistic and culinary diversity that are inherent to each.
Week 2 - The History of Science
Students will delve into history to discover and examine scientific milestones through research, investigation and experimentation. They will gain a deeper understanding of the monumental social and technological implications of these breakthroughs.
Week 3 - The Nature of Narratives
Students will inquire into the different ways narratives are presented through assorted mediums. They will understand how ideas are illustrated through literature, cinema, music and online media and have the opportunity to express themselves through their preferred form.