We all live and breathe the web everyday: YouTube, Google, Facebook, Instagram, the list goes on. Today, with mobile web browsing overtaking desktop, it’s important to design and build websites that are optimized for different screen sizes. But why can the same website look different in your phone vs laptop? Why do some features disappear on my friend’s Android phone but not on my iPhone?
Having a website that looks effortlessly beautiful and functional across devices is a hard goal to achieve. This is why we want to make “responsive websites”. Come to this camp to learn what websites are made of. From traditional to more advanced web stacks, your child will learn essentially how the internet works. This is a great skill to build their own portfolio, and they can even build games and movie-level animations!
Device required: Macbook / PC + charger
Please note the programs may be modified according to the latest advice and guidelines provided by the Education Bureau (EDB) and the Centre for Health Protection (CHP). If camps are suspended due to government requirements relating to Covid-19 full refund will be provided, review our T&C and Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for further details.
"Eloise attended the Multi-Activity camp and had a fantastic time. She is at Local school in SG and after mixing with the international school crowd I could see her grow in confidence and she was more independent after camp. She can't wait for the next holiday!"
Alan is the Safety and Student Welfare Principal at Stamford American School Hong Kong. He has been in education now for 15+ years with over 10 of those years being International. He has been with Stamford American School Hong Kong now for four years and prior to that, he spent six years at the Australian International School in Singapore as both a Physical Education and Mathematic teacher. At Stamford Hong Kong, Alan also oversees the after school CCA programs as well as our Outdoor Education Camps. He is passionate about Sports and is always trying to provide opportunities for all students to take part in activities outside of the classroom. Alan will help oversee the Camp Asia programs this summer at Stamford Hong Kong with a focus on kids being safe at all times and leaving the camp having had a fun time, meeting new friends and taking away new skills.
Originally from Hong Kong, Samantha graduated with a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Sydney. During her pursuit to become a certified architect, she found her passion for education while working on international school projects.
She has been working in the education field for 7+ years, specializing in delivering high-quality STEM-related programs for kids. Samantha is skilled in curriculum planning and has worked closely with multiple international schools to plan and execute high-quality co-curricular activities.
At Camp Asia, Samantha oversees the day-to-day running of camps and venues; she is committed to providing all our campers with the best possible learning experience. She is excited to enhance further the diverse selection of engaging activities at Camp Asia for all future and returning campers. Samantha believes that children learn best when having fun, and we look forward to the exciting camps ahead under her direction.
|Age||Dates||Timing||Price Per Week|
|11 through 14||Jan 3 - 6||9 am to 12 pm||$3200 (4-day camp)|
|Time||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4|
|08:40 - 09:00||Arrival/Registration|
|09:00 - 09:50||Introduction||Obbys & Racing Games||Creating Dynamic Behavior||Brainstorming and Designing
your final project
|09:50 - 10:00||Break 1 : Snacks|
|10:00 - 10:50||Using the paint editor,
making characters interact
|Custom Health Pickups||Creating Rules||Final Project|
|10:50 - 11:10||Break 2: Mindfulness/Show & Tell/Arena Rotation/Games|
|11:10 - 12:00||Adding sounds and importing images,
learning about transparency
|Functions||Changing behaviors of characters||Final Project|
These details apply to all camps.
All camps operate within the framework provided by the CHP and the health and safety procedures in place at Stamford American School guided by the EDB, review our Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for further details.
In addition to this, Camp Asia works closely with the operations teams at our host venue Stamford to maintain the integrity of the schools' measures during term time.
Due to COVID-19 requirements, we ask caregivers who are dropping off children not to enter the campus. For parents of younger children who are first-time campers, we will arrange staggered drop-off times to allow for a smooth first day.
We have a full-time nurse on site for every camp week operating from the schools' health center. Our nurses are there to administer medication, first aid and support with all COVID-19 reporting, as needed. The nurse is available Monday morning to collect any medications and speak to parents before camp starts. Our Camp Asia team members are all first-aid trained.
We offer a highly convenient free shuttle bus service from Yau Ma Tei and Ho Man Tin MTR stations at a low rate of $50 per week.