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clubscomplete
11/29/2021 08:13 EST

Good afternoon,

We are running exciting and engaging summer camps in Jan/Feb 2022 in Penalolen, Santiago!

Key Benefits of the Camp
• Native teachers
All of our staff are qualified UK activity leaders and teachers and our standards are those we see in British schools in the UK
• Easily accessible
Easily accessible - the school is easily accessible from the main areas of Santiago
• Indoor facilities
When the weather is too hot during the afternoon, the extensive indoor facilities do not place any limits on activities that can take place during the afternoon.
• Outdoor facilities
With a full-sized football pitch and multiple basketball courts, the outdoor facilities allow multiple groups to partake in a range of outdoor activities at one time meaning that children are always offered the chance to enjoy the fresh air during the mornings!
• Niche activities
The activities on offer during summer camp are unique and exciting to keep children engaged and interested, all whilst learning English!

Our program of activities is as follows:
Week 1- 10th-14th January
Wet Wild and Wacky or Dance Acro
Week 2- 17th-21st January
Get Creative or Musical Madness
Weeks 3- 24th-28th January
Olympic Sports or Find Your Talent
Week 4- 31st-04th February
Football Academy or Star Academy

Price per week:
140000 Chilean pesos 9:00-13:30 without lunch OR
160000 Chilean pesos with lunch 9:00-15:00

Please follow the link below to book:
https://clubscomplete.co.uk/overseas-clubs/pedro-de-valdivia-penalolen-school/

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