Incas to Inuits – Tribal Art and Ancient Myths with Ms Mishel for 9 to 13 year olds

Incas to Inuits – Tribal Art and Ancient Myths with Ms Mishel for 9 to 13 year olds

Embark on an adventure to the art of ancient tribes with our art and storytelling week, where the children will learn how to express cultural identity in visual form, including weaving and pottery. During the camp we will concentrate on the use of communicative language and kinaesthetic learning to encourage creative speech and seeing the world through different eyes.

What we offer:

Summer camp Terms & Conditions

Daily Schedule

08:00 – Doors open

08:30-10:00 – First English Session

10:00-10:45 – Playtime and snacktime (sport equipments provided)

10:45-12:15 – Second English Session

12:15-14:00 – Lunch (hot lunch and dessert) playtime (sport equipments provided)

14:00-15:30 – Third English Session

15:30-16:30 – Snack, End of the Day (Supervision provided until 16:30)

Weekly Schedule

Monday – Inuit Art: Stone Soap Carving

Tuesday – Arabic Art: Mosaic Art

Wednesday – Mayan & Incan Art: Weaving

Thursday – Ancient Egyptian Art: Paper Maché Mummies

Friday – Slavic Art: Pottery & Hut Building, Presentation to Parents

Our Summer Camps from 27 June to 1 July

Science S-cool - Summer Camp for 10 to 14 year olds

Interactive Science Camp with Ms Deanna

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Incas to Inuits – Summer Camp for 9 to 13 year olds

Tribal Art and Ancient Myths with Ms Mishel

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Around the World in 5 Days - Summer Camp for 6 to 9 year olds

Culture Adventures with Ms Zarai

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Our Summer Camps from 11 July to 15 July

3D Eco Art Camp with Marcus Goldson for 7 to 12 year olds

Eco Art and hands-on projects with Marcus Goldson

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Engineering Wonders for 10 to 14 year olds

Interactive Science Camp with Ms Mishel

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Around the World in 5 Days: Culture Adventures from 11 to 15 July

Around the World in 5 Days: Culture Adventures

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A Sneak-Peek into our Summer Camps

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Testimonials from Afterschooler Parents

Andrew, Max’s dad

Max enjoys the [Rock and Roll, Baby!] classes, where there is much singing, movement, instrument playing (bashing!) and games.  There is also half an hour before hand of tea/biscuits and English chat.  It’s a great set up.  I would recommend to anyone.

David, Ali’s dad

“Our son has grown hugely in confidence in speaking English and has greatly expanded his vocabulary from his classes at BAS over the past 2 years. He has benefitted from exposure to a stimulating range of subjects and new ideas – and has made good friends. It has been great!”

Jonathan, Cosimo’s dad

The Budapest Afterschool has been one of the most fantastic decisions we’ve made for our child. He is growing up with three languages which has been very difficult on him. Prior to joining the school he was barely speaking at all, saying at most just a few words. He was also extremely shy any time someone tried to speak to him. After just the first few months of attending, our son began to turn in to a chatter box and started to actively respond and speak to people. His English speaking continues to strengthen and the school has now become his favourite part of the week.

Stella, Cosimo’s mum

The staff employs multiple ways of engaging with the children, teaching them through interaction and via various activities that has them excited before, during and after the classes. They also host multiple events which provide opportunities for both networking and continuing exposure to the language outside of a classroom setting for the kids. And lest I forget to mention it is staffed by some of the loveliest people we’ve had the privilege of getting to know since we moved here!

Kriszta, Bori’s mum

This school is a cool opportunity to acquire a foreign language to a native-like level, while the students studying here receive up-to-date and fascinating knowledge about the world.