Christmas Holiday Immersion Camp 2020
We are extremely pleased and grateful that our return to teaching with Summer Camp and October Half Term Camp has been smooth and successful. It was fully booked in majority of venues for most weeks and we have received countless positive feedback from parents. Parents have told us that getting back in the classes has really helped boosting confidence in speaking Mandarin for their children.
Following on from the success, we are now taking bookings for Christmas Camp which will run from Monday 21th to Thursday 24 December in Kensington Olympia and Islington.
Christmas Physical Camp 2020
Santa’s Story & Workshop! 圣诞老人故事坊&手工坊！
Where & When：
Kensington/Brook Green/Hammersmith: St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Masbro Road, London W14 0LT
Mon 21 Dec – Thu 24 Dec
Islington: William Tyndale School, Upper Street, London N1 2GG
Mon 21 Dec- Thu 24 Dec & Tue 29 Dec – Wed 30 Dec
3.5-5 yrs, and 6-9 yrs, upper beginner-native speakers
Time: 9:30-15:30 | Fee: £55/day for full week booking, or £60/day for single day booking, early drop off & late pick up time varies at different venues, please check before booking, £10/hr.
Who delivers the course?
All courses are led by a specialist experienced teacher and supported by a Teaching Assistant. The quality of our teachers is paramount to the success of our courses so we recruit the best teachers. Check our Teachers Profile Page.
What do previous campers say about the courses?
Our track record:
- 100% of survey respondents said they were interested in future courses and would recommend them to other parents.
- 100% of survey respondents felt their child’s Mandarin level is significantly increased.
- 93% of survey respondents scored the course full marks for their child’s enjoyment.
My son loves going to Link Chinese! He is currently doing the summer immersion program and he is so excited to go each day. The teachers are great & really help the children to learn in a fun and engaging way.
– Mother of Valentino, 6 years
Information & FAQ
Q: So in-short what actually happens in the camps?
The main objective is to improve the children’s Mandarin level through structured lessons and fun, exciting themed activities. It is not like our weekly Mandarin courses, which are divided by levels. In the camp, IMMERSION is the key, the children are immersed in Mandarin, children with different levels benefit their part, and it’s proven to be extremely effective. Within a week, children demonstrate significant improvement on their listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Q: Do I have to book a whole week or can I book single days?
A: The Camp is designed to be a week long programme – but yes you can book single days, which is £60/day for full day programme and £40/day for half day programme. The website charges the whole week but please email us the days you want to attend after booking and we will refund you the days.
Q: Do you have multi-week/person discount?
A: Yes the following discount is available for multi-week and multi-person booking, the discount will be refunded to your account once we receive your booking online.
£20 off for 2 weeks or 2 children
£30 off for 3 weeks or 3 children
£40 off for 4 weeks or 4 children
£50 off for 5 weeks or 5 children
£60 off for 6 weeks or 6 children
Q: When do you run your Camps?
A: Every school Holidays – there are 6 Holiday Camp Seasons:
- February Half Term Holiday Camp
- April Easter Holiday Camp
- May-June Half Term Holiday Camp
- July-August Summer Holiday Camp
- October Half Term Camp
- December Christmas Camp
Q: What is the Child to Teacher Classroom Ratio?
A: We always operate on a 1- 8 Teacher to Child ratio. There is always a minimum of 2 Teachers a class at all times. We have one main teacher and an assistant.
Q: What is the class size?
Q: Do the children go outside at all?
A: Yes – we try to be outside as much as possible, with carefully designed language activities.
Q: What Safety Standards do you have in place?
A: Ensuring every Child’s safety and security is our top priority. All our staff have passed an enhanced police check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). We risk-assess every activity, and fully train the instructors who deliver the sessions.
Q: Do you provide food or refreshments?
A: No, children need to bring their packed nut-free lunch, snack and water.
Q: Do you do a free trial sessions?
A: No. this is a common concern from parents but from our experience you have nothing to worry about. we always have an assistant who is there to look after the younger children and most children come back to our camps year after year.
Q: Do you accept International / Overseas Pupils?
A: Yes – we are happy to accept overseas pupils.
Q: Do you accept children with special needs?
A: Yes – but it depends on the severity. If your child requires 1:1 support at school – you will need to provide your own SEN support person for your child at the camp. We require their DBS certificate and proof of identity before the start of camp.
Q: Where are your Terms and Conditions?