During the first week of the summer holidays, from 19-23 June, we will again organize the English day camp at the Antal Jakab House of Studies in Csíksomlyó for children from grade 0 to grade 4.
Aims of the camp:
    • to reinforce positive attitudes towards learning English,
    • to use the language in its natural function for free, everyday communication,
    • engage children in indoor and outdoor activities to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills and cooperation,
    • using digital technology in a conscious and purposeful way,
    • providing an inspiring, safe and inclusive environment for children in the holiday pra week.

To ensure quality activities:
      • Sessions are led by qualified teachers experienced in camp activities.
      • Multilingual and international volunteers will join each group.
      • Various craft and digital techniques and movement activities are used.
      • There are a maximum of 15-17 children per group.
      • Sessions take place daily from 9am to 3pm and children can be picked up until 4pm.

Session times:
          • English language camp for children in grades 0-II (teacher: Cătălina Csibi
          • English language camp for children in grades III-IV (teacher: Katalin Mertens-Szabó)

Daily camp topics:
1. Emotional and social education
2. Nature, plant life cycle
3. Innovation - space research and digital solutions for sustainable development
4. Visual storytelling: pottery, stop motion animation, comic making
5. Crafts and puppet theatre with sock puppets


The number of places is limited!

Registration fee: 600 lei, payable at the Centre's secretariat at the time of registration. The price includes full-day sessions from Monday morning to Friday afternoon, as well as all materials, a hot lunch (main course and fruit) and a snack.

If more than one child (brothers, sisters) are enrolled in a family, the cost is 550 lei per week for each child.
Enrolment in the camp is by paying the participation fee and filling in the Registration Form.

Register here

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The skills acquired at our courses correspond to the levels of language skills from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.