Einstein's Explorers

Courses offered for Einstein's Explorers (11  - 13  Years Old)

Instructor: Mr Paul Crozier

Get ready for a week of fun at our multi activity sports camp! Students can expect to take part in various activities such as team sports like football, basketball to visiting the SuperPark for a multitude of activities!

Date: 28 June – 23 July 21 (Across all weeks)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: 
Week 1,2,3 - $600
Week 4 - $480

Instructor: Ms Tatianna Nasr

Exploring Singapore’s amazing cultural diversity, students will have the chance to visit various locations around Singapore that are deemed culturally significant. In this course, we will cover the use of smartphone photography (Android and/or Apple smartphones permitted); its related controls such as f/stops and exposure correction; and skills such as composition, lighting, and image editing Students will showcase their personal achievements through specially curated photography portfolios, which will be shared with the class and with parents, covering the week-long theme of “Celebration of Nations”.

Students are required to have smartphones and Snapseed to be used for image editing purposes (smartphone app to be downloaded via Google Play/App Store).

Date: 28 June – 02 July 21 (Week 1)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $600

Instructor: Ms Tatianna Nasr

While exploring Singapore Botanic Gardens and a few of Singapore’s national parks, many that are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, we will cover the use of smartphone photography (Android and/or Apple smartphones permitted); its related controls such as f/stops and exposure correction; and skills such as composition, lighting, and image editing. Students will showcase their personal achievements through specially curated photography portfolios, which will be shared with the class and with parents, covering the week-long theme of “Climate Warriors”.

Students are required to have smartphones and Snapseed to be used for image editing purposes (smartphone app to be downloaded via Google Play/App Store).

Date: 12 July 21 – 16 July 21 (Week 3)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $600

Adventure Land: Drama and Pirates

Instructor: Mr Bruno Lebon

Drama and Musical theatre workshops will enhance creativity and improve social and communication skills through drama games basic script writing and staging of skits to be performed at the end of a session. Exploring extracts from junior productions of classics Broadway shows will help the students to increase self esteem and confidence while giving insight into different cultures through various performance styles.

Exploring a world of adventure in junior musical theatre such as the ” Pirates of Penzance”.

Date: 05 July 21 – 09 July 21 (Week 2)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Climate Warrior: Green Drama

Instructor: Mr Bruno Lebon

Drama and Musical theatre workshops will enhance creativity and improve social and communication skills through drama games basic script writing and staging of skits to be performed at the end of a session. Exploring extracts from junior productions of classics Broadway shows will help the students to increase self esteem and confidence while giving insight into different cultures through various performance styles.

Discovering sustainable theatre and the Green Broadway Alliance. How to stage a musical theatre skit, creating our “3R” own mini musical and and exploring how any trash can be used for creating a performance.

Date: 12 July 21 – 16 July 21 (Week 3)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Instructor: Mr Sean Bailey

In this course, students will focus on understanding the main skills of English language development, and developing confidence within our individual language needs. We will navigate specific communication skills through vocabulary building, reading comprehension, written expression, and English speaking ability.

Date: 28 June 21 – 23 July 21 (Across all week)

Time: 9am - 12pm

Cost:
Week 1,2,3: 
$490
Week 4: $392

Intensive English Language

Instructor: Mr Miller Perez and Ms Petrina Krishnan

Specially created for students who are committed to improving their English language skills, these 4-week intensive programme has been specially developed to equip learners with a strong foundation, enabling each individual to flourish in reading, writing, listening, and speaking abilities. Each lesson is geared towards building confidence in grammar, vocabulary, writing, and speaking in a friendly group environment. Students will explore role-play (talk with each other) and task-based assignments (having fun with English).

Date: 28 June 21 – 23 July 21 (Across all week)

Time: 9am - 4pm

Cost: $3724

Celebration of Nations: LEGO Robotics – Battlebots!

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

In this fun introduction to robotics, kids will learn how to design and program progressively more challenging robots using LEGO WeDo 2.0 or Mindstorms EV3. Young engineers will discover how to use motors, sensors and attachments to make their robots perform specific tasks. The camp will culminate in a final competition where kids will battle their bots in the ring…sumo-style!

Date: 28 June 21 – 2 July 21 (Week 1)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Adventure Land: LEGO Robotics – Obstacle Marathon

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

It’s a robot Olympics! In this fun robotics camp, young engineers will be challenged to build, program and test a robot that can overcome multiple obstacles. Students will work in teams and integrate multiple subject skills as they learn to break down and analyse problems and devise plans to creatively overcome challenges. As they pit their bots against each other on various task-based challenges, students will learn engineering and programming using LEGO WeDo 2.0 and Mindstorms EV3 technology.

Date: 05 July 21 – 09 July 21 (Week 2)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Climate Warriors: MakerLab Robotics

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

Unleash your child’s creativity with robotics! In this fun introduction to robotics and programming, kids will discover how robots are used in industry, and learn to use motors, sensors and other attachments to make robots that can perform specific tasks and meet challenges. Whether they are designing robotic arms, color sorting machines or autonomous vehicles, kids will have a blast mastering new skills and bringing their creations to life!

Date: 12 July 21 – 16 July 21 (Week 3)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Mission Impossible: LEGO Robotics – Battlebots!

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

In this fun introduction to robotics, kids will learn how to design and program progressively more challenging robots using LEGO WeDo 2.0 or Mindstorms EV3. Young engineers will discover how to use motors, sensors and attachments to make their robots perform specific tasks. The camp will culminate in a final competition where kids will battle their bots in the ring…sumo-style!

Date: 19 July 21, 21 July 21 – 23 July 21 (Week 4)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $392