Spread over 34 acres, Stonehill offers a campus that is spacious, purpose-built, safe and extremely conducive to learning.
Stonehill Summer Programme blends an exciting mix of outdoor and indoor activities for children age 6-15. We provide a unique opportunity for children to learn valuable skills and make new friends through programmes that are challenging, educational and fun.
Our team of highly trained professionals include coaches, artists and instructors who have vast experience in teaching a variety of activities that range from sports, arts to technology and innovation. We also have a team of nurses on-call through the day, as well as teachers from the school who are trained in child protection and safety.
The Stonehill Summer Programme Includes Breakfast, Snacks, Lunch, Certificate, Goodies and Transportation.
Fun and fundamentals is what the sports programme is all about – creating a safe and positive sports environment, where kids improve their sports skills. This is accomplished through positive reinforcement coaching.
Designed to empower artists by engaging their creativity and to explore, clarify and express ideas and experience through arts.
To provide an open, collaborative forum in which kids explore, test, adopt, and integrate effective and innovative projects and learning technologies.
A fun, challenging, and safe environment where boys and girls can improve their athletic skills, make new friends, and have fun! Campers learn under the direction of coaches and are grouped according to age and ability. Life values like teamwork, respect, effort and sportsmanship are staples of the Stonehill. Activities include Football, Swimming, Badminton and TT.
An introduction to the wonderful world of horses and ponies. Children are given the chance to build up their confidence through equestrian sport. Activities are fun and full of games to help children develop their balance on horseback, along with providing a comprehensive education in horsemanship and riding in a safe, serene environment.
Kids will create their own projects by using all the available resources of STEM. Discover what it takes to build and launch your own model rocket. Problem solving, design thinking and fun are all part of the schedule for this introduction in to the world of engineering and technology. Activities will revolve around Coding, Arduino, IOT and Robotics.
The aim is to encourage kids to discover their strengths and capabilities, helping to promote confidence and self-worth that will lead to healthier life choices for a brighter future. Engineered to build communication, teamwork and community through challenging and fun adventure activities like slackline, crawl, A-Frame, Cargo Net, Bomb Squad, Mission Impossible and more.
The focus is on providing a balance between expression and the child’s need to experience and respond to visual arts. The Arts programme includes interrelated activities in making, looking at, and responding to art. The sessions present a range of activities in perceiving, exploring, responding to, and appreciating the visual world.
Experiential learning through the medium of music and rhythm. The idea is to give the children an empowering experience, where they are able to connect and bond with their peers, while sharing a real human interactive experience with each other in a safe and natural environment. Activities include Drum Circle, Drumming games, singing and musicality and Body Percussion.
|7:45 - 8:15AM||Breakfast|
|8:15 - 9:05 AM||Activity 1||9:15 - 10:05 AM||Activity 2|
|10:05 - 10:20 AM||Break|
|10:20 - 11:10 AM||Activity 3|
|11:20 - 12:00 PM||Activity 4|
|12:00 - 12:30 PM||Lunch|
|12:30 - 01:20 PM||Activity 5||01:30 - 2:20 PM||Activity 6|
|2:20 - 2:30 PM||Break|
|02:30 - 03:30 PM||Activity 7|