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Posted on 1 March 2018

2018 Easter holidays workshops

The 2018 Easter holidays workshops will take place at school

  • week 1 : between March 26 and March 28 2018 – 80€
  • week 2 : between April 3 and April 6 2018 – 100€ 

Children will be welcomed in the Sports Hall from 8.30 and the activities will start at 9.00. These activities end at 16:00 and we ask parents to pick up their child (ren) at 5.30 at the latest. The wokrshops will be confirmed on Friday March 16 2018.

ATTENTION: The price of the workshops does not cover food, it is essential to give a meal to your child for lunch.

Week 1 – dance workshop – code 5007

For children in Primary and Secondary.

This workshop is intended for all dancers who want to work on their technique or just have fun dancing. The breaks will be devoted to make off the decorations for our yearly dance show (29/05/2018).

Given by: Vanessa Poll and Sahra Marly

Week 1 – multidisciplinary workshop –  code 5008

For children in Kindergarten, Primary 1 and 2

After reading and understanding a story, the children will follow a multitude of activities: making puppets of the characters of the story, role plays, staging the tale in the form of mime, singing, coloring, etc. A small exhibition will be held at the end of the workshop.

Given by: Françoise Ros

Week 1 – badminton workshop –  code 5010

For children in Primary 3, 4 and 5 and Secondary

This workshop is intended for badminton lovers. Everyone, whatever the level at the age, will find his satisfaction and will make progress.

Given by: Patryk Szymoniak

Week 2 – dance workshop –  code 5009

For children in Primary 3, 4 and 5 and Secondary

This workshop is intended for all dancers who want to work on their technique or just have fun dancing. The breaks will be devoted to making off the decorations for our yearly dance show (29/05/2018).

Given by: Sahra Marly

Week 2 – multidisciplinary workshop –  code 5006

For children in Kindergarten, Primary 1 and 2

We will embark together on a journey that will allow us to unleash the body, free the mind and develop imagination and creation. Small and bigger games will be proposed to encourage learning and fun.

Given by: Juliana Sako

 

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