Wings Learning Community

Wings Learning Community

English Learning and Culture Experience

Wings Learning Community

English Learning and Culture Experience

Wings Learning Community

English Learning and Culture Experience

WLC English Immersion Camps.

Indira Gandhi

Taking Flight

English Experience Excursion Camp

Period

 Summer: 4 weeks to 2 months, depending on the program

 – Camp#1 in July  

– Camp#2 in August

 Winter: 6 weeks to 2 months, depending on the program

During the winter “holiday” timeframe. Likely from the end of December through the end of February 

Primary Location :

Kelowna, BC, Canada

Age of participants :

Age 10~16

(Exceptions for younger and older participants can be discussed.)

Accommodation :

Authentic Canadian-life housing

High student to supervisor ratio :

1 : 5

Program :

Summer :

– Daytime (8:30 am – 4:00 pm): Attendance at a kids camp together with local Canadian children. These camp choices will include depending on the participant’s choice.

– Early afternoon: various fun and dynamic activities according to the weather and participants’ agreement.

– Late afternoon and evening: ESL class / Reading & Writing and Journalling for 40 to 60 mins depending on age and level.

– C.o.D. (Chef of the Day): a participant is chosen to organize the dinner menu. COD is a unique opportunity for participants to do all the planning, grocery shopping, and meal preparation (with some assistants and assistance). 

– Weekends: activities as indicated below.

Winter :

– Daytime (8:30 am – 2:30 pm, 3:20 pm): Attendance at an independent school

– Early afternoon: a variety of fun and dynamic activities according to the weather and participants’ agreement.

– Late afternoon and evening: ESL class / Reading & Writing and Journalling for 40 to 60 mins depending on age and level.

– Weekends: any number of activities as indicated below.

Requirements :
  • Suitable personality for staying overseas for over a month
  • Self-motivation 
  • English level   **Applicants must have a virtual level test.
The Expense :

Expenses will vary according to the choices of the following:

  1. activity choices
  2. guardianship
  3. accommodation & meals
1- Activity Choices
 Summer activity options :

STEAM classes

Arts & Crafts

Music 

Cooking 

Dancing

Bible Camp 

Summer sports: 

     swimming,

     boating, 

     tubing, 

     kayaking,

     sailing, 

     canoeing, 

     water skiing, 

     golfing, 

     horseback riding,

     ziplining,

     hot air ballooning, fishing, 

     mountain biking,

     rock climbing (outdoor and indoor),

     parkour,

     martial arts, 

     and many more.

Winter activity options :

STEAM

Arts & Crafts 

Dancing

Music 

Cooking

Winter sports: 

     skiing,

     snowboarding, 

     snowshoeing, 

     sledding,

     hockey,

     skating, 

     indoor soccer, 

     swimming,

     rock climbing (indoor),

     parkour,

     martial arts,

     ice fishing, 

     and many more.

2- Guardianship

Guardianship for EEE Camp (CA$1,000/week)

Guardianship includes highly demanding responsibilities and activities to help students stay safe and adapt to new lifestyles and cultures.

Essential activities of Complete guardian

– Chaperone travel between Korea and Canada 

– Responsibility for participant’s safety

– Activity choice assistance:

    – Drop-off and pick-up scheduling and management

         *fuel is included

– Daily communication with the Korean parents 

 Coordination with activity instructors 

– Overseas-life coaching

 Organise a tutor if extra help in the study is needed

3- Accommodation & Meals

Camp participants will stay in a house together. The guardian in charge of meals will prepare all meals except for special occasions. For example, during Chef of the Day (COD), Students will help prepare some meals. COD is a unique opportunity for participants to do the planning, grocery shopping, and meal preparation. Furthermore, there will be opportunities to eat at a restaurant.

Preparatory Classes :

Each participant must take primary classes before camp starts for a month to a few months, depending on their level. 

Introductory courses happen 3 to 5 days a week for 40 to 60 mins, depending on level and availability. That way, students will pick up real-life English they will use daily in Canada.