Our two-week MINDSET2020 Winter Camp has been designed around two main themes that link together to form a unique project-based learning experience.  Students will interact with the weekly themes through a fun mix of sports, team building, activities, cooking classes, weekly projects and life-skills. The goal of MINDSET2020 Winter Camp is to expose students to unique learning opportunities linked to personal vision and growth mindset.  Our focus in this learning experience is to help children to identify with their individual passions, set goals based on their passions and then take action to achieve their goals.

WEEK 1 (21 – 24 Dec)

BIG IDEAS will e ncourage children to explore what they are really passionate about. By thinking BIG, and thinking without limits, we connect closer to our dreams and closer to what really makes us who we are.


How am I unique? What do I love to do? Why am I happy to be me? How am I smart? (IQ vs EQ) I can do anything, so what will I do?


Project Focus = Change the World Life Skills Focus = Creativity Open mindedness

WEEK 2 (28 – 31 Dec)

THINK FORWARD will help c hildren to learn that to set and achieve goals, you must apply action and must also unde rstand that these actions connect to time.


What are my goals? How can I reach my goals? What do I need to do to achieve my goals?


Project Focus = Make it Happen Life Skills Focus = Self belief & Confidence

Confidence | Positivity | Critical Thinking | Growth Mindset | Keys for Success


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. Using age-appropriate techniques and materials, children will engage in interesting activities designed to challenge their creative thinking skills.

Example Weekly Timetable:

Dates (21 – 31 Dec)

Week 1: 21 – 24 Dec
Week 2: 28 – 31 Dec

Days & Times

Monday to Thursday each week 8.30 am to 3pm

Age (5 to 13yrs)

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


Although the Winter Camp Programme 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