TAS Summer Camp 2021

TAS Summer Camp 2021 (Overview)

Our five-week (25 day) Summer Camp is divided into weekly themes.  Each theme stands alone as a unique project-based learning experience.  Students will interact with the weekly theme through a fun mix of sports, team building, activities, cooking classes, weekly projects and life-skills.  

The weekly themes will be delivered by our qualified EAL Teachers where they will engage the students in a differentiated learning environment, fully supporting EAL learners.

The goal of each weekly theme is to expose students to ‘thinking forward’ about the future, identifying with their own passions and personal goals, with a commitment to building self-confidence.

By looking at disruptive new industries and technological advancements, we explore the endless possibilities and exiting future of the world that our children will live in.

Our key focus for American Summer Camp 2021 is to guide children with their personal vision and growth mindset as they engage in fun and interesting activities. The weekly projects will support students to increase their confidence in using English Language as they engage in inquiry-based learning experiences designed to guide students on their larger journey as lifelong learners.

Days & Times

Monday to Friday each week

8.30 am to 3pm

Age (5 to 13yrs)

Summer Camp is open to students from all schools (5 to 13 years old)

Student Grouping by Age

Although the Summer Camp Program follows the same weekly themes for all ages, the content varies greatly as it is designed for specific age-appropriate delivery. Students are grouped in age categories:

5 years old, 6/7 years old, 8/9 years old, 10/11 years old, 12/13 years old

Campus Location

TAS Campus | 6 Song Hanh Road | Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay Freeway | An Phu Ward | District 2 | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Questions and Further Information

If you would like further information about our program, please contact our Program Director – Mr. Steve Lanning: Steve@inspireeducamps.org