Given the current health situation and restrictions, we felt it was better to cancel and give parents other options rather than wait in uncertainty.
We are deeply sorry for this - we enjoy camps immensely and these are the highlight of our year. We hope to see you in July!
RSH camps give English speaking children aged 4 to 14 an intensive week of activities generally including Sport, Drama, Art, Science and English. Every camp is unique.
Themes for camps have included Fantasy Worlds, Countries, Halloween, Colours, Winter and Famous People.
Classes for all these camps start at 9.30am and last until 5.30pm with an hour for lunch and two further 30 minute breaks during the day. Drop off can be from 8:30am until 10am and pick up between 4 and 6pm. Children should come with a packed lunch.
Genreally, the morning is given over to more cerebral activities, depending on the age of the children: phonics, story-telling, discussing, reading and writing about the theme. The activities in the afternoon tend to be more creative: drama and art. All of this interspersed with games and sport. There are occasional field trips to places such as the American Library or a museum that has an exhibition linked to our theme.
We often end camp with a show: no pressure because no parents allowed!
Metro line 10 Maubert-Mutualité
Buses 24, 47, 63, 86, 87
Camp registration option(s):
Fun and stuff for all ages from 4 to 14.
Prepare for those all important exams for International Sections. Comprehension, reading, creative writing and interview skills. A full morning's work followed up by work with the rest of the camp children in the afternoon (indirectly relted to exam prep).
Prepare for those all important exams for International Sections. Comprehension, reading, creative writing and interview skills. A full morning's work and then head home for lunch.