Summers will never be the same again.
RETHINK Summer School presents once again a unique experience for children from 4 to 16 years old. Through a multitude of creative activities, children use the English language to explore the world around them.
The aim of RETHINK Summer School is to use the language to its fullest potential. Children are divided into age groups and with selected activities according to their language level they are engaged creatively and recreationally, practicing English in a natural and motivating way.
4 – 6 years old
Traditional nursery rhymes form the basis of this age group. Through traditional nursery rhymes, children practise the language and stimulate their imagination with activities such as:
7 – 9 years old
Traditional stories and science are the basis of this age group. Children are asked to compose stories and prepare all the creative context for the stories in which they are set.
At the same time, based on the stories, children discover science and arts through imaginative activities such as:
10 – 12 years old
Science and arts form the basis of this age group. Children are invited to discover important technological and scientific achievements through literary stories selected for their age and level.
At the same time, based on the stories, children learn to create their own presentations and compose their own stories through creative writing activities, as well as making animated stories. Activities included are:
13 – 16 years old
Science and arts form the basis of this age group. Teenagers are challenged to discover important technological and scientific achievements and historical events. All subjects are adapted to the level of difficulty required based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) for levels B1 – C1+.
Students have the opportunity to develop all 4 language skills as well as their critical thinking. At the same time, they strengthen their linguistic competence as native speakers of the language through thematic activities specially designed to keep teenagers interested. The topics of the activities cover indicatively: