Educational and Fun Holiday Camps

Even if your child has joined us for previous camps, please note we prepare new content, materials and projects for every camp.

Maths and Programming Camp: 29 October to 2 November 2018

  • Dates: 29 October - 2 November 2018, 10am to 3pm with an option to book an additional 1 hour session in olympiad maths or coding from 9 am to 10 am 
  • Ages: 7 to 16
  • Language: English speaking groups
  • Location: our High Street Kensington School, located at 37 Kensington High Street, London W8 5ED
  • Fees: from £345 for three days. It is also possible to join for longer, as follows:
  • 4 days - £460
    5 days - £535

If your child joins us for an extra hour at 9 am for olympiad maths or additional coding there is a supplement of £20 per session.

We also offer a 10% sibling discount on fees for a second child or further children.

Curriculum maths and olympiad style problem solving maths, alongside coding in leading languages are all included in this exciting half term camp. Classes will be divided by age and experience and will cover key areas in maths providing a solid mathematical education to reach exam success and beyond. 

Programming classes will cater for beginners through to experienced coders. Students will look at how computer games, animations and apps are constructed. Coding will be taught by professional programmers with first rate teaching experience while expert guidance in maths will be delivered by our faculty of mathematical olympiad winners.

Our pupil to staff ratio of 6 to 1 will ensure maximum understanding and enjoyment of these subjects.



Places are limited, please register your interest here!

Junior Maths and Programming Camp for ages five to seven: 17 to 21 December 2018

  • Dates: 5 days from Monday 17  to Friday 21 December, either 9am to 12pm or 2pm to 5pm (but not both: it is fun, but very intense!)
  • Ages: 4.5 to 7
  • Language: English speaking groups
  • Location: 4 The People’s Hall, 2 Olaf Street, London W11
    4BE
  • Fees: £380 for all five days. It is not possible to join for a shorter period. 
  • We also offer a 10% sibling discount on fees for a second child or further children.


    Learning groups in our camp will be very small with pupil to teacher ratio of 4:1. They are also tailored to each child’s age and level of experience with the subject to provide appropriate levels of simplicity or complexity.



    Please register your interest here.

    This Camp is for children aged 5 to 7 and is designed to deepen their interest in maths and coding. Our aim is to help children towards thinking more like mathematicians and engineers (both software and mechanical!), by solving problems, using logic, analyzing processes and creating rather than just consuming technology.  

    During this camp children will be introduced to important mathematical ideas including networks, properties of shapes and logical reasoning. Through maths games and crafts we will practice arithmetics and mathematical logic.

    Games and puzzles are essential to early intellectual development and we use them to great effect with this age range to stimulate children's interest in problem solving, particularly in maths. The primary function of any game is to provide a natural learning process, help develop powers of analysis and encourage memorisation of new information. Games also help the development of logical processes and spatial reasoning, while solving numerical puzzles with their peers is an enjoyable way for younger child to grow into a fuller understanding of mathematics.

    Programming will also feature in this camp and will be used to help children develop algorithmical thinking as they look at how to code. Children will learn how animations and computer games are programmed, how they carry out ‘instructions’ and what happens when this goes wrong, leading to an understanding of how to ‘debug’.

    Important part of this week’s educational programme will be learning about electricity. Children will be taught what simple electronic circuits are and will be introduced the concept of ‘resistance’ in electrical circuits and how overheating can occur. We will also teach how electricity is ‘live’ so children understand the importance of safety measures. Participating children will construct an exciting project they can take home at the end of the camp.

    !SOLD OUT! Robotics Camp: 22 to 26 October 2018

    • Dates: 22 - 26 October 2018, 10am to 3pm with an option to book an additional 1 hour maths or coding session from 9 am to 10 am 
    • Ages: 7 to 16
    • Language: English speaking groups
    • Location: our High Street Kensington School, located at 37 Kensington High Street, London W8 5ED
    • Fees: from £345 for three days. It is also possible to join for longer, as follows:
    • 4 days - £460
      5 days - £535

    If your child joins us for an extra hour at 9 am for olympiad maths or additional coding there is a supplement of £20 per session.

    We also offer a 10% sibling discount on fees for a second child or further children.


    Have you ever wondered what it takes to build a robot as sophisticated as NASA’s Curiosity rover, part of the Mars Science Laboratory project? 

    This half term children have the chance to learn about the software development, mechanical engineering and electronics skills required to construct such an autonomous vehicle. We will be using TRIK cybernetic kits - a university level robotics education platform and the creators of TRIK robotics will leading the Camp, supported by our teachers from Imperial College and Queen Mary University. 

    Younger children will be taught using our ROBBO robotics kits. These encourage pupils to mix and combine sensors to replicate every day and future technologies from smartphones to driverless cars. ROBBO combines science and creativity and is a great support tool for learning coding and physics. 

    Our pupil to staff ratio of 6 to 1 will ensure maximum understanding and enjoyment of the sessions. 

    Even if your child has joined us for previous camps, please note we prepare new content, materials and projects for every camp.



    Places are limited, please register your interest here!