British School of Bucharest invites you to explore the world at Summer School 2018! British School of Bucharest (BSB) will start its summer school program on 2nd July, open to all children aged between 4 and 15, no matter what school they are currently attending. All the BSB Summer School attendees will participate in a variety of fun learning activities, meet new friends and take part in a multi-cultural experience on our welcoming and safe campus. The Summer School offers 4 weeks of amazing indoor and outdoor activities. The children will enjoy dancing, cooking workshops, fun science and discovery, arts and crafts, yoga for kids, climbing, zip lining, talent shows, swimming and pool games, all of these on The British School of Bucharest’s safe and beautiful campus. The children will also participate in English or German classes, taught by the Motolingu method, a language-learning concept for children using key principles of the human psychomotor development chain, in order to teach German as a foreign language. The British School of Bucharest’s English and German Native Speaking Staff will teach all courses and activities. Parents have the opportunity to enrol their children for either one, two, three or all four weeks of the program which runs from 2nd July to 26th July. For a 4-week enrolment there is a 20% discount and a 10% discount for a 3-week enrolment. The Summer School courses will take place from Monday to Friday, between 09:00 and 17:00. All children will receive snacks and lunch during the Summer School, where they will be served an international menu, which will complete this amazing experience, allowing the children to discover and learn more about cultures, customs, traditions and tastes from various continents. If you would like to register for the Summer School or require further details, please follow this link: https://goo.gl/ptwu2v Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.