Camp it Up

Camp Asia is the coolest thing your kids can do during school holidays

As summer is fast approaching, parents might be wondering what there is for children to do in Ho Chi Minh City during the summer holidays? Look no further, Camp Asia has arrived!

Camp Asia is the leading holiday camp provider in Singapore and is launching in Vietnam from June 2018 through International School Saigon Pearl (ISSP). With a selection of 1, 2, 3 and 4-week camps available from June 18 to July 13, Camp Asia is flexible to suit everyone’s summer holiday plans.

The decision to introduce Camp Asia exclusively through ISSP was an obvious choice explains Angelina Tee, Managing Director, Vietnam for Cognita, “ISSP continues to provide an outstanding international education in Vietnam. The ISSP Leadership team are passionate and committed to improving every aspect of school life. Camp Asia can leverage this talent by providing a memorable experience for children during summer, in an environment that continues to be redeveloped with new facilities.”

Lester Stephens, Head of School at ISSP describes what it means to have been chosen by Camp Asia to be selected as an exclusive partner, “We, as a school community, are extremely honored. Camp Asia recognizes ISSP as the best international school for children from 18 months to 11 years old to launch in Vietnam.”

Launching a new holiday camp in an international environment has taken months of preparation as Kerriann Tyson-Jones, Head of Camp Asia shares, “I am thrilled to be bringing Singapore’s most successful children’s holiday camp to Vietnam. Ensuring the same quality and standard of camp is delivered has been integral to this expansion. It has been a pleasure supporting and working with the Camp Asia team at ISSP and developing the programs. I am sure the children (and teachers) will have lots of fun!”

With a selection of three programs to choose from, there is something for every child aged 18 months to 11 years old this summer. Each program focuses on continuing the development of physical, emotional and social skills whilst making new friendships in a fun and engaging environment through a balanced approach of conceptual learning, inquiry-based and the reinforcement of core skills.

For children aged 18 months to 4 years old.
Set within ISSP’s purpose built Early Education department and outdoor play spaces, children will continue their social, emotional, physical, cognitive and language development through a multi activity program. Supported by specialist Early Education teachers, children will participate in sensory and inquiry based activities, water sports, cooking, art, music and much more!

For children aged 5 to 8 years old.
The fundamentals to a child’s ability is having a strong foundation of basic skills. From literacy, numeracy to communication and physical skills, this program promotes the development of the whole-child. A balanced schedule of academic and creative activities means a combination of both learning and fun.

For children aged 9 to 11 years old.
The main component for this program will be for children to develop and grow their confidence through English language. Through each weekly concept, children will receive instruction from English language
specialists, whilst also having the opportunity to utilize their learning through a range of age appropriate activities such as drama, public speaking and library classes.


Creating Memories
Childhood memories last a lifetime. That’s what Camp Asia hopes to achieve; for every child to takeaway a positive experience. Our caring camp staff create safe environment and dynamic opportunities for children to engage with each other.

Trusted By Parents
With over 5 year’s of experience in running summer camps and being part of Cognita, a leading independent schools group, Camp Asia understands and recognizes the priorities and concerns of a parent. Like during school the school year, Camp Asia nurtures a positive relationship between parents and children. This enables every child to reach their potential and to have an enjoyable, safe camp experience.

All Inclusive Price
One price—for everything! There are no hidden charges or extra ‘add-ons’ in Camp Asia.

The Camp fee includes; tuition, field trips and excursions, morning and afternoon snacks, lunch—catering for a wide range of dietary needs, stationery, learning materials and Camp Asia t-shirt and hat.

Experienced Camp Staff
Camp teachers are carefully selected not only fulfil camp program goals, but are a perfect match for the age ranges and needs of the children. Camp teachers are hand-picked for their experience, qualifications, character and passion.

Every camp will be overseen by a Camp Manager who will be the key point of contact during camps. A fully qualified Nurse, who experienced at working in an international school environment is on campus full-time and available during camp hours.

All staff undergo thorough background checks to comply with Cognita’s Safeguarding and Child Protection culture.

Professional Management
Camp Asia and International School Saigon Pearl (ISSP) are part of Cognita. Launched in 2004, Cognita is a leading international schools group of 67 schools in eight countries, with more than 30,000 students
worldwide. At Cognita, no two schools are the same, but tailored to the needs of children, parents, communities and cultures. School leaders are empowered, teachers committed and students happy and  enthusiastic – just like at Camp Asia!

There are several convenient ways that parents can sign-up their children to Camp Asia. By visiting vn/campasia, e-mailing [email protected] or speak to a member of their multilingual team by phoning (028) 2222 7788.

Parents are recommended to signup soon as possible as all programs have limited places and small class sizes. Sign-up and make full payment before March 31, 2018 and receive a 20 percent BIG discount of a 4-week camp!

Images by ISSP

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