Please note that holiday camps are exclusively available to children of Parents’ Association members.
Pre-primary and primary school children and students in S1 and S2 can attend holiday camps during almost every school holiday. A variety of activities are available to offer your children an interesting, educational, active and sociable way to spend their holidays. Our school holiday camps take place Mondays-Fridays between 8.00 and 18.15.
Global Education GmbH, the professional childcare provider also organising the regular childminding, runs a great variety of holiday camps. The drop-off and pick-up point for their camps is in the parents village on Praunheimer Weg 107.
We also offer sport camps by the Fischer Family Team. The drop-off and pick-up point for the sport camps is in the school's sports hall.
The application form for all camps is available under the link on the left. It also includes the registration deadlines.
There is a high demand for our Holiday Camps and early booking is well advised as. Places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. If your first choice of a camp is fully booked we would inform you of places available in a parallel camps and could also place your child on a waiting list. In the case a place becomes available in their first choice of camp.
Registration is binding! If you sign up for a holiday camp, and then cancel it, you will have to pay at least 50% of the costs (and 100% if it is less than 14 days in advance, and no other child can fill the vacant place).
Included in the price is breakfast, a warm lunch and a snack in the afternoon. In case of special dietary requirements please contact our camp providers with your preferences. We will do our best ensure we meet your child’s dietary needs though in some cases children may be required to bring their own lunch from home.
Within parents’ application to the Camps is the agreement that children also participate in possible excursions; The cost of the excursions are covered within the Camp price with no additional payments being necessary.
- Published: 10 December 2010 10 December 2010
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