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Summer Camp: FAQ - About the Program
Q: How are the students grouped and what are the students/supervisor ratios?
A: The morning classes are grouped mostly based on the students' day school grade. Students are grouped by age for the afternoon camp. The average
group size is around 20 (smaller for the younger and larger for the older groups). Each afternoon group is supervised by a staff instructor and one
or two volunteer supervisors.
Q: Is there any program schedule?
A: Yes. Each group has its own program schedule. See answers to
question about Activities below.
Q: Do students stay in the same group for both the AM and PM programs?
A: Not necessarily. Due to enrolment
disparities, re-grouping may be necessary for the afternoon camp. We try our best to make sure that the younger campers stay in the
same classroom for both the morning and afternoon programs.
Q: Who take care of AM–PM transition?
A: Most younger students, especially
the kindergarten students, are grouped in such a way that they will stay in the same group and classroom for both the morning and
the afternoon programs. For those who have to change classrooms, our program staff will supervise the transition.
Q: Who are the instructors?
A: Our instructors are all experienced educators with higher education. They have many years experience in teaching
young children. Most of them are also instructors with the Ottawa Catholic School Board or other school boards.
Q: Do you have an allergen-safe environment?
A: We adopt a strict allergen-safe environment. No participant is allowed to bring food products that
may contain nuts or other identified allergens. If any student has any allergy, parents or guardians are encouraged to discuss with
the home room instructor about the conditions and emergency plans.
Q: Is there a nap time for kindergarten kids?
A: Yes. There
is a quiet time each day for the JK/SK groups. During this period, students may choose to take a nap or read quietly.
and how to order lunch?
A: Please fee FAQ - About Registration.
Q: What camp activities do you have? What to prepare?
on the age group, we have a full range of fun filled activities. Given that the students have spent a whole morning in the language classes,
the afternoon camp program is designed to be educational but with more recreational contents. We encourage students to enhance their
international language skills through interactions with others and participation in activities such as drawing, sketch, crafts, chess,
stories, and sports, to name a few. Detailed program schedules for each group will be developed once grouping is done. The activity
schedules along with other details and instructions will be emailed to parents about a week before the camp starts.
Dept. of Continuing & Community Education
Ottawa Catholic School Board