School is Out!
Now it's for some serious FUN!
Is your child burnt out from weeks of online learning?
Are they mentally and emotionally exhausted?
Do they never want to see another text book, ever?
Have their extra curricular activitites taken a back seat in recent weeks?
Well, here is where we can help!
Taking part in our Music Olympics Summer Camp is a great way for your child to unwind after weeks of relentless schooling while at the same time gaining valuable new skills.
We all know that active music-making is one of the best ways to keep our brains sharp and in tune.
By participating in a series of fun challenges and interactive learning with their peers, your children will retain the mental sharpness and agility needed for the next school year.
There is also the added benefit of having a little bit of structure to their day to break up the monotony of binge watching movies and / or gaming.
How is it structured?
The camp will run on week days from 10:00am - 12:30pm daily.
On enrollment, Campers are assigned to a team. Each team will comprise of a mix of ages and abilities. Every Camper will also be given access to our online academy and learning management platform.
At the start of each day, Campers will assemble for a Town Hall briefing, after which they break out into age-specific teaching groups:
Mini Campers: Age 4-6 years
Junior Campers: Age 7-9 years
Senior Campers: Age 10-12 years
Each teaching group will receive relevant instructions and / or tuition for the day's challenge as needed and a set time during which to complete the tasks.
Every Camper will also be scheduled 1:1 sessions with their Coach over the course of the week.
Having had their briefing, Campers disperse to work on their challenges. These will be both online and offline. Online group tasks will be supervised by our Camp Mentors.
Campers re-assemble at 12:00 noon to present their results and compare notes. Points are awarded for the quantity and quality of challenges completed as well as for demonstrating resilience, patience, grit, teamwork and positivity.
On Fridays, there will be a virtual award ceremony where the winning team will be celebrated as will individual high scorers!
A fresh set of challenges are given each week so no two weeks are the same!
Must we have a musical instrument to take part?
The short answer is NO! The great thing about music is that we are all born with a primary instrument - our voices - so those children who do not own a musical instrument will automatically be enrolled for voice lessons.
However, we can also help you source an instrument to rent or purchase should you wish to do so.
What books or materials will be needed?
All materials are available in both digital and physical form. Digital downloads are provided free of charge within the camp fee. Pre-printed packs are available to purchase for a small additional fee.
How much does it cost?
The cost for the first child is N10,000 per week while subsequent siblings are N5,000 each. (This is approximately $23 per week for the first child and $11.50 for a sibling based on an estimated exchange rate of N440:$1).
Can I book multiple weeks?
Yes indeed you can. And, if you book 4 weeks, you get a fifth week free! Use the coupon code Olympics45 at the checkout to get this offer.
Must we be in Lagos, Nigeria to participate?
Not in the least! The beauty of a virtual camp is that, provided the time zones work, there are no geographical restrictions on who can attend and all the resources needed are provided in digital form!
Can friends and siblings participate?
Yes! The camp is open to everyone aged between 4-12 years old. Older children with a musical background are welcome to apply for the opportunity to gain valuable work experience as a Camp Mentor. Simply email to find out more if interested.
Will Campers get to interact in-person?
The health and well-being of our staff and Campers is our first priority. With the Coronavirus pandemic still very much in force, we currently have no plans of holding in-person sessions this summer.
Should the Lagos State Government re-open schools before the end of August, we would at that time carefully consider the terms and conditions for opening as laid out by the Government before deciding whether or we could safely take that step.
How do I sign up?
We are glad you asked! Simply tick the button below to get started!