Mad World of Science
If you ask any adult about their most memorable lessons up to and including Grade 5, most will recount that the science lab made the most impact, thanks to the sheer fascination and drama aroused by the experiments.
Today’s children are no different: hungry to find out how things work and affect the world around them, and to enjoy the process. Your child will always remember their Mad World of Science camp because it will be exciting and hands-on … and 100% safe, under expert supervision. A different theme is covered every day, stretching knowledge, understanding, imagination and curiosity, with unbridled contributions and questions welcomed.
"Samantha especially enjoyed doing all those experiments and learnt so much during her science camp – it is now her new favorite subject!"
Jasmine is a passionate and highly qualified Science teacher. She has a Masters in Chemistry, specialising in organic chemistry, and is the perfect instructor for keen young scientists having years of experience teaching Sec. 1, Sec. 2 and Sec. 3 at Raffles Girls School in Singapore
Mr. Gopinath has 7 years science teaching experience. He is a biochemist, mathematician and a science educator specializing in primary and secondary curriculum. Mr. Gopinath believes the best education comes from hands-on investigations, and is always aiming to help children to recognise the science in their everyday lives. He loves what he does, and has successfully led the school Science Club for more than 5 years now.
|Age||Days||Timing||Price Per Week|
|6 through 8||Monday to Friday||9 am to 3 pm||
|9 through 12||Monday to Friday||9 am to 3 pm||$650|
|09:00-10:00||Biology? What is biology?||Physics? What is physics? Who is physics?||Engineering - What is engineering, and who uses it?
||Engineering - What is engineering, and who uses it?||Chemistry - What is chemistry? And who uses it?|
|10:30-11:30||Becoming Scientist - How do scientists work? Writing a lab report?
|Energy: What does it do?||What is the Strongest Shape?
Gumdrop + Bridge building experiments
|Penny Drop Experiment - How does gravity work?||The Mysterious Ooblek! Is it a solid or a liquid?|
|11:30-12:30||The Marshmallow Challenge - How high can you build?||Spinning Water Cups - What else affects spacecraft?||What can gas do? Mentos and gas experiment|
|13:00-14:00||Funky Flowers - How do plants work?||The Pikachu Phenomenon- How does electrity flow?||How do planes fly?||
Lunar Landers - Can you land safely on the moon?
|Homemade ice cream! How does temperature affect the states of matter?|
|14:00-15:00||To Eat, or Not to Eat? How do plants get their seeds around?||Building Ciruits - Can we light a light bulb?||Paper Airplane Challenge - Can you fly a plane?||Elephant Toothpaste Chemical reactions galore|
Information to note prior to booking:
These details apply to all camps and on both campuses.
Camps commence at 9am, please check your Parent Information Email for detailed Arrival and Dismissal times for your group. Parents (ELV) will drop children at bus bay, Parents (Woodleigh) can access the drop-off points but not enter the school
We have a full-time nurse on site for every camp week. Our nurses are there to administer medication and first aid if needed. They will operate from our school health centres. The nurse is available Monday morning to collect any medications before camp starts. Our Camp Asia team are all first-aid trained.
Healthy Lunch and snacks (cooked fresh daily) are included in the cost of your camp. If your child is a vegetarian, does not or cannot eat beef, pork, seafood, dairy or eggs or has other dietary needs, simply tell us beforehand in your child’s details online. Please also note that Camp Asia has a no nut policy.