Overnight-Camp for Kids & Teens
SONNENMATTE (SCHWÄBISCHE ALB)
The English summer camp in the Swabian alps
Age : 7-14 years
Free cancellation up to 14 days before departure!
Less administration fee of €25.00
Our LevelUp Summer Camp follows a holistic “English in Action”-approach where English becomes the natural everyday camp language through interactive, playful learning methods and creative workshops (inc. theatre, music, film) to ensure a long-lasting learning experience. Students are encouraged by our experienced trainers in their language skills and English speaking confidence as well as individually supervised and supported according to their needs and language levels. During our `Final Ceremony‘, groups will present the results of their workshops in a fun and creative way.
OUR ALL-ROUND PACKAGE
Divided into homogeneous learning groups with an average of 13-14 participants (all language levels welcomed)
Qualified English-speaking trainers, including a German-speaking camp lead. All trainers are police checked and first aid certified.
Camp staff are reachable around the clock
24 interactive English workshops (45 minutes each)
Varied activity program in the afternoons and evenings (fees included in the total price)
English as the camp language guarantees maximum learning success
LevelUp course materials & certificate of participation
ACCOMMODATION AND CATERING
Idyllic holiday huts surrounded by nature in the holiday village of Sonnenmatte, winner of the state competition for family holidays
Double bedrooms in one of the holiday homes accommodating 5-7 students each with ensuite bathroom, toilet, common room and terrace (possibility of sharing a room with friends or siblings, if same gender)
Full-board accomodation with breakfast buffet, lunch & dinner (offering alternatives such as vegan/vegetarian/halal and consideration of food intolerances on request)
ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE
Arrival (between 3-5pm) and departure (2pm) are organised independently. This provides parents and carers the opportunity of seeing the accommodation and attending the ‘Final Ceremony’ to celebrate the end of the summer camp.