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Music and Dance Movement Camp - Summer 2022

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Music and Dance Movement Camp - Summer 2022

The perfect camp for little entertainers – or for bringing out the inner performers in quieter children. A varied programme that is sure to get everyone excited and moving! 

About Music & Dance Movement Camp
Calling all music and dance enthusiasts! From learning how to Tango to Zumba sessions... You’ve simply got to move it, move it at Music and Dance camp! Movement games and musical activities will provide a fun way to gradually develop a sense of rhythm and before they know it, the children have gained newfound confidence in taking the stage – both as a group and individually.

But it’s not all about what happens ON the stage, our talented campers will also enjoy free movement sessions, craft a musical instrument, and discover different eras of music and dance. The week will end with an exciting Zein's Got Talent showcase! 

In addition to the workshop activities specifically focusing on the theme of the week each camp also includes fun sports and recreational games, and two field trips. Click the link to see what a typical day at camp looks like.


 

When and where does Music & Dance Movement Camp run?

Performing Arts Camp runs Monday - Friday from 08:00-18:30. The last drop off time is 09:30 to ensure all children can enjoy the full programme. Children can be picked-up anytime between 17:00 - 18:30.

Camp Weeks & Locations 
With four locations in The Hague region, families enjoy the benefit of choice according to physical location or camp theme. 

  • Monday 4 July - Friday 8 July: The Maples (edge of Statenkwartier, The Hague) 

Click the link for more info on The Maples

Field Trips 
Each weekly programme provides two exciting field trips, offering a suitable balance between time spent on and away from the camp location for children of all ages. 

  • Tuesday 5 July: trip to the park for Outdoor Yoga and Dance
  • Thursday 7 July: off-site theatre workshops delivered by professional instructors 

With the support of theatre professionals, children will learn to use their imagination to build stories; choosing and formulating storylines and creating characters. Older children will receive more tools to express themselves through different emotions whilst the younger children enjoy fun games aimed at supporting their improvisation techniques. Together, children will work towards creating their own storyline and scences. 

What language is spoken at the holiday camps?

Our holiday camps are open to everyone. English is the main language spoken, but many of our teachers are international and speak multiple languages. Where possible, and if needed, they will take the time to explain things in your child's mother tongue.

Additionally, as Zein is the official childcare partner of all key international schools in the region as well as various local Dutch schools, our staff is trained to apply simple techniques to help children understand the daily routine and quickly become part of the group, regardless of the language they speak. 

The camps are also increasingly popular among Dutch children, who enjoy the opportunity to practice their English in a relaxed and informal setting - after all, learning works best when you're having fun!

Do you have qualified staff?

All our camps and activities are led by our qualified childcare practitioners and carried out in age-appropriate format for children aged 4 – 6 and 7 – 12. Where relevant we make use of professional sports teachers and other specialists - all of whom have pedagogical and safety training. Our holiday camps offer exciting hands-on activities, sports, recreational games and field trips in a safe and non-competitive environment.

How do I make a booking?

Bookings can be made via our online booking form. Your booking will be confirmed by our planning team within 2-3 working days. If you would like to discuss your booking please contact a member of our team using 070 326 8263 or info@zeinchildcare.nl.

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