We are dedicated to health and safety year-round, in light of the COVID-19 situation, we follow heightened precautionary measures for all our Holiday Camp programmes.
Our summer Camps are running at Stamford American School and we are proud to be able to operate in this high quality, international schools setting who is experienced in adhering to the guidelines by the Education Bureau (EDB) and Centre for Health Protection (CHP)
We keep the safety of all attendees at the forefront of our planning and decision making. Our camp offerings for this summer have been hand-crafted to ensure safety is top of mind. We look forward to offering our full-range of camps including our wide-range of sports camps as conditions improve.
We will be conducting temperature screenings for ALL visitors at the above entrances before anyone accesses the campus. Anyone with a temperature of 37.5°C (and above) will not be permitted to enter the school’s premises.
All children and staff will be required to check-in and check-out each time they enter or leave the campus.
All staff and children entering the campus must submit their latest travel and health declaration after booking. This is a mandatory requirement.
As per CHP standards, all children are expected to come wearing masks (with a couple of spares) and will be expected to keep them on unless eating snacks or drinking water.
We encourage parents to avoid entering the campus unless necessary (e.g. to accompany a child below 8 years of age for the first day of camp).
At this time essential Parent access will be limited to sign-in and sign-out times.
Parent Cafe will be closed during summer camps, and the parent showcases on Friday (if applicable) will be held virtually.
Campers are required to remain at least 1m apart in class and at snack times, all queues (both at the canteen and within the sessions themselves) will be spaced out accordingly as well. In addition to this, we will set up fixed seating and children will be organized into groups of 5 which they will stick to for the whole week for class group work and seating arrangements in the canteen. All this will be monitored by Teachers/TAs and Safe Management Ambassadors.
Each individual camp programme will follow the most relevant advisories for that given camp.
Limiting interactions during movement breaks amongst children in the various activities is another measure we're implementing to reduce the risk of contamination.
Children will have just as much fun during their break as in our previous camps, the only difference here will be the reduced number of children in any one area.
To ensure best hygiene practices and safer distancing, we will suspend our Merchandise table for the time being. As part of the camp fees, your child will receive a Camp Asia t-shirt and bag.
To assure our families in these uncertain times - we are offering refunds on all Camps if we are forced to cancel due to new government advisories/restrictions (e.g. school closures) and cannot deliver the camps.
Our maintenance and cleaning teams will be conducting a deep clean of the school and school buses as frequently as the CHP guidance requires.
We look forward to welcoming all families, old and new, to our exciting Summer Camps this year and next and would like to also thank all members of our community for their support as we work tirelessly towards keeping our camp locations a SAFE & HAPPY environment for all!
Here are some questions we often get asked about our response to COVID-19. You may find the answer to your own question here.
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A: We follow strict guidelines on campus to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all students, staff, and members of the community.
A:Yes. If someone connected to Camp Asia tests positive for Covid-19, camps will be suspended to disinfect the camp premises. We will follow all CHP guidance regarding deep cleaning and/or closure - and parents will be informed immediately. If camp is suspended under the request of the CHP after commencement, families will receive a credit for future use.
A: Yes, regarding CHP guidelines, all close contacts are to be quarantined. You should inform Camp Asia immediately if a member of your household has been brought to a quarantine center. Your child will not be able to attend a camp if any member of your household has been ordered to a quarantine center.
A: We have adopted strategies at school to help ensure that physical distancing is maintained at all times while students are on campus.
A: We will allow parents to enter campus during the registration on Day 1 of Camp Asia. After that, we urge Parents and Guardians to limit time on campus to pick up and drop-offs only. Even then, we would discourage any non-essential access to parents/visitors whose children are old enough to enter campus during sign-in/out each day.
For Dismissal after camp, we will set out an area outside of campus to allow parents/guardians to line up so that they can practice physical distancing. We ask Parents and Guardians to share this information with any caregivers who may assist with pick-up and drop-off duties. We hope this request is taken within the context of having everyone playing their part to minimize any additional risk of community spread.
The parent cafe will be closed during Camp Asia.
A:Camp Asia will take precautions leading up to and throughout our Camp programs this summer.
A: Temperature-taking will be conducted daily, once before entering the premises. If your child’s temperature is 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher, the camp Nurse will contact you to ask that your child be taken to see a doctor. The camp nurses, instructors, teaching assistants, and the camp Asia team also look out for other flu-like symptoms such as a cough and runny nose and recommend parents to bring their child to seek further medical assistance.
If a child informs their teacher that he/she is unwell, even though he/she may not be running a fever or showing symptoms, the nurse will reach out to parents. In these cases, we hope children and parents can all play their part and practice social responsibility by seeing a doctor before coming to camp. Children should return to camp only when they have fully recovered and are deemed fit to return by a doctor.
A: Our cleaning staff will ensure a high level of cleaning takes place regularly throughout Camp Asia.