Thank you for your interest in the October 2018 Holiday camp program offered by TechLabs and Bartlome Soccer Academy. By popular demand, we are continuing this exciting program, offering the best of a soccer camp and STEM activities in one full-day (9:00-17:00) program for 8-14 year old children. This program will be offered for one week only, October 1-5, 2018 and limited to 40 participants.
Fee: 1050 CHF (Register by September 9, 2018); 1150 CHF (Register by closing date, September 28, 2018)
Applications (completed below) will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.
For further questions related to the program, program administration or program instruction please email firstname.lastname@example.org_____________________________________________________________________________________________Program Details:
Children will be divided into two groups, alternating soccer and STEM programs in the mornings and afternoons:
SOCCER:The programs are designed to be fun but also challenging for all players regardless of ability level. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff work with the players intensely every morning or afternoon specifically on their fundamental technique, athleticism and their overall development as a Soccer player. Then, after a supervised break, we break into match and tournament play where the players have the opportunity to show what they have learned and use their new found skills in a competitive, match-like environment.
STEM:Children will be working with Sumo Robot League (SRL) and MakeBlock Robots. SRL and MakeBlock are scalable STEM education platforms using a competitive robotics curriculum for 8 –14 year old children. The program provides hands on lessons that give students the opportunity to build a robot using: electrical circuits, 3D print adaptive and custom decorative components, skill-level appropriate code development platforms, and code sensor-based autonomous response algorithms. Children will be using the C++ programming language, and Scratch for younger participants. In addition, the robot kits are expandable to include exercises in mobile app development, machine learning (AI), and the internet of things.