FEATURING • active living • home sweet home • life skills • master chef • motive power • nuts and bolts construction • pathway development • robotics
Develop skills you need to be handy around the house. Learn how to read and follow instructions, algorithms, general assembly, fixing and maintenance, home budgeting, sewing and crafts.
Have fun creating nutritious and popular meals and snacks with emphasis on reading instructions, measurement, ratio, propor-tions and counting. Learn about local produce, nutrition, health and wellness, gardening and safe food practices.
Learn woodworking and tool basics. Design and build large and small projects, read blueprints/ diagrams with emphasis on measurement, scale, angles and calculation. Build confidence and motor skills with the use of hand and small power tools.
Learn about common and alternative transportation and energy sources while focusing on mileage, consumption and power. Calculate numbers regarding travel and distance and utilize maps and guides to “travel” Canada and the world.
Explore VEX and build a robot. Sharpen your science, technology, engineering and math skills working both independently and as a group on simple machines, motion, sensors and computer programming.
Niagara Catholic students entering Grades 3-8 in September 2017
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
July 31st- August 4th
August 8th- 11th
$175 per week First
come, first served
(Regional Subsidy not applicable)
Camps available in:
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Elementary School
Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School
Saint Michael Catholic Secondary School
Lakeshore Catholic High School
Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School
Notre Dame College School
“We educate students about their natural environment, its importance and how to play a part in its protection and preservation. We challenge students to get involved in green initiatives and become environmental ambassadors.”