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Our camps are conceived to allow the juniors to discover the practical side of the language, to help them gain confidence in themselves and to communicate better, to make new friends and have a great time during the school holidays.
The discovery of the language is made through activities that are fun, interesting, educational and practical, and which are adapted to the group’s age and language level.
We do not recreate the stressful and competitive school environment, but rather allow the juniors to advance at their own pace.
The activities may include cooking activities to learn the fruits and vegetables vocabulary and to introduce international recipes from each other’s country, different handicrafts such as masks, jewellery and origami creations.
Children can learn about the 7 wonders of the world, role play birthday parties, write and act out short plays or soap-opera episodes, watch and comment on suitable movies.
Teenagers could learn and debate about leadership, cultural resemblances and differences, importance of self-confidence, play outdoor games that encourage both team spirit and communication skills in the acquired language…
Our camps are offered during all school holidays in Luxembourg-city:
- Summer holidays (from mid June to mid September),
- All Saints
N.B. Please note that the camps are not the equivalent of school tutoring. Our camps focus on oral communication, in order to allow all participants to express themselves and gain confidence.
Should your child have specific problems in school with grammar rules, pronunciation etc, we recommend you to let him join our individual school tutoring programme.
The price includes the language instruction, the teaching material, the activities as described, the supervision of the children, the 3% VAT, as well as drinks and a snack in the morning, respectively the afternoon. It does not include lunch, which should be provided by parents.
Get the €25 discount by signing up and paying before April 30, 2017!
There is a 1-hour lunch break at 12.00. Weather permitting, the lunch break (for which the children must bring their own food and drinks) is held in the nearby Parc de Merl in the form of a picnic.
A discount of 25 EUR / child is offered for the registration in a second full time camp by the same participant or by 2 siblings in a Total Immersion camp, if the registration and the payment for the full time camps are made at the same time. No reduction is offered for several registrations in the part time camps.
For our day camps we may also offer accommodation with host families. Please contact us for details.
The registration shall be exclusively done in writing by sending us the registration form and the declaration of responsibility either by e-mail (email@example.com) or by post (Languages.lu / c/o Group Moraru – 6, rue Marguerite de Brabant L-1254 Luxembourg – Merl, to the attention of Inès Chrétien).
The registration form should be accompanied by the proof of payment, clearly stating the child’s name. In addition to the bank transfer (in favour of Group Moraru sàrl, BIC/SWIFT Code: BGLLLULL, Bank account: LU42 0030 6491 2434 0000), you can pay in cash at our reception.
Registrations which are not accompanied by appropriate payment will not be accepted.
Should you need an invoice, please feel free to contact Inès Chrétien.
Please note that the registration closes 2 weeks before each starting date.