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Summer Camp

Summer breaks are always long; kids take long vacations, get part time jobs, constantly go out and waste the days away. Some kids don’t want to do anything productive with their holidays, but some do.

Why let them forgo a whole summer that can never be relived. Why not give them a summer of fun, where knowledge & practical skills are imparted upon them. Where they get a feel of what design is like. Where their interests can be peaked. Where they can experience, what it is like to study in a truly unique Singaporean school. While at the same time, living the life of a traveling student. Spending a week on our sunny island, where there is an abundance of good food, good shopping, exciting attractions and great company.

Summer Camp Schedule

DAY 01

  • Arrive Singapore at Changi Airport

  • Welcome to Singapore (Introduction and Course Orientation)

  • Costa Sands Resort Costa Sands Resort (Pasir Ris) has a wide range of facilities and amenities to ensure a relaxing stay.

  • Enjoy their cozy rooms, host enjoyable social gatherings or shoot a game of pool.

DAY 02

  • Lesson (9:00 – 12:00): Understanding how design affects the society today.

  • Visit to Esplande, Merlion Park and Suntec City

  • Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition: Home to convention halls, exhibition halls, galleries, theaters, ballrooms and meeting rooms.

  • Merlion Park: The Merlion, a mythical beast that is a cross between a fish and a lion. That stands guard at the mouth of the Singapore River symbolizing Singapore’s close association with the sea.

DAY 03

  • Lesson (9:00 – 12:00) and Lesson (13:00 – 16:00)

  • Differentiating the various design disciplines, as well as Art vs Design

  • Group activities and Study time

DAY 04

  • Lesson (9:00 – 12:00): Understanding basic symbology used in graphic design today

  • Cultural: Kampong Giam, Little India and Chinatown.

  • Chinatown: pockets of genuine shophouses, where age-old trades like clog making and calligraphy continue to be practiced.

  • Kampong Glam: The Istana Kampong Glam was once the former palace of the Sultan Hussein Mohamed Shah of Johor. The British tropical colonial mansion was refurbished into the Malay Heritage Center.

  • Little India: Awash with scents and sights reminiscent of the subcontinent, this is a microcosm of India where every imaginable Indian product can be found.


DAY 05

  • Lesson (9:00 – 12:00) and Lesson (13:00 – 16:00): Fundamentals of design – elements and principles and Group activities and Study time

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