Summer camps are special places that generate enough positive memories to last until the next summer, or even for life. Although it’s time to say goodbye to this season’s Heritage Summer Camp, to all the fun and the exciting feelings that we have lived here, they will stay colourful in our life’s album to remind us about the incredible time we had at Heritage.
In the Summer Camp children didn’t simply spend their free time, they had tremendous fun, made friends, learned many valuable and useful things, used every minute to improve their social and creative skills.
This year, Heritage Summer Camp took place offline and all those involved couldn’t have been happier about it. During the months of June and July, Heritage held 4 different sessions, with plenty of diverse and vibrant activities related to 4 different themes: “Amazing Travels”, “Young Detectives”, “Secrets of the world” and “Becoming a Leader”.
Taking a break from digital devices, children rediscovered their creative powers and engaged in real emotions, real activities with their friends. The camp was a genuinely social place: everyone was singing, laughing, talking, playing – doing almost everything together. Every day at Heritage Summer Camp new friendships were created.
The programme, developed by teachers with international qualifications, provided a safe environment for children to develop social skills, practical skills, and experience the great outdoors in a unique way. Through a wide variety of activities, they increased their own capacities for learning, teamwork, problem solving, knowledge, and self-awareness.
Alexei, 10 years old: “This summer I have participated at Heritage Summer Camp and it was the greatest summer adventure. I have attended 2 sessions: ‘Secrets of the World’ and ‘Becoming a leader’. Each day was unusual and fun. But I liked the most the activities and the games at the pool and the day when we went with our team to the Escape Room to solve puzzles. At the camp I made two best friends and I hope to see them soon so we can spend more time together.”
Mina, 9 years old: “Right from the first day of camp, I made many friends and we had a great time together. What I liked the most about the summer camp were the field trips, for example when we went to the zoo with our teachers. Every morning we used to do gymnastics in the school yard and I taught my friend Xenia to do roundoffs and cart wheels. I remember we used to laugh a lot because we were very clumsy at the beginning. I also brought home a lot of nice handmade crafts and gave my mother the most special one. I had two amazing weeks at Heritage Summer Camp!”
Certainly, children will have many positive things to remember about the camp, where they were entertained, but also educated and challenged. Everyone left the Heritage Summer Camp with stories, photographs, friendships, life lessons, and memories that will last a lifetime.
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