MAKER AND SPORTS

Summer of science, art, mathematics and sports

SEK-SANTA ISABEL, MADRID CENTRO
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Ages

Ages 6 to 12

Languages

Bilingual

Timetable

Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 16.00

Extended timetable (optional)

From 8.00 to 9.00 and 16.00 to 17.00

Duration

From 6 to 31 July

Booking by week

Combining different elements of the STEAM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) each student will be able to enjoy a tailor-made summer in a bilingual environment. The groups will be formed taking into account the age and preferences of each student.

The objective is to develop learning by doing and promote 21st century skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, leadership and creativity through design thinking methodology.

STEAM

  • Robotics
  • 3D printing
  • Creating robots with LEGO

ARTS & DESIGN

  • Drama
  • Story makers
  • Music
  • Painting

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

  • Mini Olympics
  • Magic show
  • Water party

SPORTS

  • Alternative sports
  • Swimming
  • Sports gymkhanas

 

Students will do activities from the STEAM block and the ARTS & DESIGN block every day. They will enjoy the full Special Activities block and choose different activities from the Sports block every day.

Outings and facilities

  • Activities take place on SEK-Santa Isabel school grounds.
  • Sports activties take place at the UCJC Sports Club on Tuesday and Thursday in the morning.

The course is taught by native-speaking or bilingual teachers, and by teachers specialised in Early Childhood and Primary Education. All staff are SEK school teachers.

Coordinators

William Ivey – william.ivey@sek.es
Mercedes Blasco – mercedes.blasco@sek.es

Option 4 including lunch (4 weeks)  733,00 €
Option 3 including lunch (3 weeks)  590,00 €
Option 2 including lunch (2 weeks)  440,00 €
Option 1 including lunch (1 weeks)  262,00 €

5% discount for enrollment before 15 June – SEK and non-SEK students.

7.5% discount for SEK students and SEK alumni.

    • Auxiliary support staff.
    • Infirmary.
    • Digital diary.

    Materials

    • Each child must bring their own swimming kit (swimming costume, swimming cap, goggles, flip flops and towel) and toiletries. It is also important to bring a snack for breaktimes and a water bottle with their name on it.
    • We recommend children wear comfortable clothes that they don’t mind getting dirty.

    Transport

    No transport route.

    Meals

    • Special meals are offered if necessary.
    • Meals are supervised by teachers.
    • The school will provide a picnics on outings.
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