ISHCMC Winter Camp 2018 Overview

Our three-week (13 day) winter 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 goal of each weekly theme is to expose students to unique learning opportunities. These individual learning experiences will help guide students on their larger journey as lifelong learners.

Age (5 – 12 yrs)

Winter Camp is open to students from all schools from 5 to 12 years old

Days & Times

Monday to Friday each week 8.30 am to 3pm

Dates (17 Dec – 04 Jan)


Week 1:  17 – 21 Dec

Week 2:  24 – 28 Dec (no camp on 25 Dec)

Week 3:  31 Dec – 04 Jan (no camp on 01 Jan)

Campus Location

ISHCMC Primary Campus | 28 Vo Truong Toan | An Phu | District 2 | HCMC

Weekly themes

Week 1 (17 – 21 Dec) – iAM

 is where children are encouraged to explore what is important to them and what they are passionate about, through a creative process.

Week 2 (24 – 28 Dec) – iTHINK

  is a journey to identify ‘perspective’ as they investigate different ways of thinking and how this can be applied to everything!

Week 3 (31 – 04 Jan) – iCAN

 focuses on ‘making things happen’. Children investigate the concept of setting goals and taking necessary action to achieve their goals.


Positivity | Creativity | Open-mindedness | Confidence
Life skills activity sessions, through engaging fun activities, will connect students to weekly core values. These sessions are designed to have practical understanding and outcomes for children that can be applied to their everyday life.

Inquiry-based projects are designed in-line with each weekly theme to guide students to investigate their interests related to the topics and guiding questions.

Teambuilding focuses on boosting confidence and promoting self-esteem. Children are encouraged to learn the true value of collaboration in activities to achieve collective goals through synergy.

Put down the iPad, mobile phones, switch off the TV and get active! Sports games and activities for children help develop movement skills, confidence, and their love of being active.

Fun in the kitchen and such a valuable life skill! Children will learn about various baking and cooking styles and techniques where they are introduced to the various ingredients to form foods from sweet to savory (with a focus on healthy options).

Activity sessions are art & craft-based activities that link closely to each weekly theme (Personal Vision – Thinking Skills – Create your World).

Questions and Further Information

If you would like further information about our programme, please contact our
Programme Director – Mr Steve Lanning: