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Summer school camps
Project aawaaz: Looking for exciting events to make this summer fun and fruitful for your child? Look no further! One of India's premier education startups Project Aawaaz is organising the annual Aawaaz Summer Camp 2018. A unique expressive arts experience that will allow your child to explore the world of Theatre, Art & Craft, Public Speaking, Creative Writing and Photography.
With expert facilitators and experiential learning activities, this is the perfect place for children to hone their skills of communication and self-expression. Don't let go of this opportunity to help your child discover their true potential and find their voice.
Dates: June 1-16, 2018 and June 17-July 2, 2018
Time: 8 am — 12:30 pm
Venue: Project Aawaaz Office, S-12, DDA Flats, A-Block, Panchsheel Enclave, New Delhi
To register visit: https://goo.gl/forms/VITVAX831LoyOkr83 before May 27, 2018. Contact: 8860104757 for more details.
Media magic camp: After coaching 1,900 students in Delhi last year through methodologies, British Council Summer School is back this vacation. Children aged seven to 14 years can spend their summer holidays discovering their reativity, through games, projects, drama and communicative activities at the British Council Summer School. The programme encourage students to interact in pairs, small groups and whole class situations, improving their English fluency and confidence.
This year will run two themes during Summer School: Explorers (through a virtual trip around the world, children will travel to one city each day, learn about different cultures, develop language skills and build confidence) and Media Magic (children will explore communication channels such as the radio, television and the Internet. They learn how to write blogs, create an ad and newspaper report).
The summer school is organised in four batches. For children aged seven to eight years, nine to 10 years, 11 to 12 years and 13 to 14 years.
The first batch: Explorers will begin on May 21 and end on June 1, 2018, second batch: Media Magic will begin on June 4, 2018, and end on June 15, 2018. The course duration is 30 hours on weekdays.
Interested parents can find more details on the website — https://www.britishcouncil.in/english/courses-children/summer-school or contact the customer service team on 0120-456 9000/0120-6684353, Monday to Saturday between 9 am to 6 pm, or email IndiaCustomerCare@britishcouncil.org .
Be net savvy: The NIIT limited has also launched summer programmes for school and college students based on their interest and personal development.
The short-term summer programmes have been designed to give an extra edge to the students by upgrading and enhancing their skills. Some of the programmes are: Basic literacy programmes involves working with Microsoft office productivity tools. Fundamental IT programmes involves learning programme languages. Communication and personal development programmes involves proficiency in English communication. Hobby programmes involves basics of social networking and developing your own app.
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