For parents worried about how to keep their children entertained while learning during the extended vacation, summer camps are back to provide an exceptionally boring experience.
Rwanda Summer Camps are organized primarily by TL events, a for-profit company that creates innovative events in Rwanda.
In an interview with Terhas Legesse, CEO of TL events, she said the summer camps, which start from August 1 to 25, aim to stimulate different professional opportunities through different activities. I’m explaining.
He added that at this fun festival, children can passionately indulge in skills that match their talents.
“In school, children learn basic skills that help them function in society. So summer camps want to support schools and parents by doing activities that normally require courage and bravery. I think,” he says.
Legesse points out that the camp has many activities that keep children entertained and focuses on more professional activities, activities that allow them to dream about their future careers and challenge themselves.
He also explains that children aged 7 to 17 in different schools will learn different activities for four hours a day.
“We want kids to get the most out of their instructors and get excited by having fun with our 12 different classes and deciding which one they prefer. Ages 10 to 17 children are cleared according to classes such as business class.Children have different ways of thinking and understanding, so classify children by age so that teachers can ask questions when necessary. even easier,” he points out.
He has no doubt that activities allow children to learn for a long time. create, tell stories, and build relationships.
Legesse points out that summer camps consist of days and nights, and children can experience and enjoy activities such as music, movies, sports, cooking, fashion, and photography, for example.
He further points out that overnight camps will become more friendly and nature-oriented as children learn to build tents, play African drums, cook African food and tell stories.
Since it is the first experience, parents can also participate, so please be assured that children with allergies will be safe. He added that the location would be safe and parents would sign a consent form accordingly.
Overnight camps are limited to 35 children, with each child accompanied by a parent or guardian, Legesse said, allowing children to have the same experience as a day camp. Overnight camps are Friday through Saturday and include hiking and yoga. Day camps are held Monday through Thursday.
She explains that children also learn to meditate, use yoga when they are angry, and relax their minds when they feel stressed, especially during exams. Dinner is included Low cost transportation service available.
For day camps, kids can pack food and snacks and have pocket money to buy things they want to eat, he added. Publish the meeting point.
Legesse emphasizes that children are equipped with the knowledge and skills they will need in the future.
He added that they learn different types of business ideas in a fun way and that experts are invited to teach them how to run a business based on real-life examples they have experienced in their own businesses.
The camps feature activities such as traditional music, dance, and film, where celebrities tell stories from their early days in various industries to the present day, including their challenges and successes. increase. “Professional cooks invite children to cook different recipes and let them taste what they are about to make.”
Day camps are held at the Canal Olympia-Rebero and cost CHF95,000 per child per week. Night camps are held from Friday to Saturday in the Camping Cyohoha-Bugesera district for 85,000 francs per weekend.
Children can register at The Fork, Kigali Heights or call +0785867164 or 0789944201.