With the holidays finally beginning, students in the city will soon be narrating interesting tales, testing their memories, singing and working out simple wordplays. The second edition of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Tiruchi Kendra's summer camp, which was inaugurated on Monday, will offer two separate batches of classes.
At the first camp, held between April 16 and 28, the children will be taught ethics and etiquette, music, English, simple vedic mathematics, and role play among others. “In the class, Music is Joy, children will get introduced to vocal music, while they will learn more about Tamil Nadu in the class Know your state,” said J.T. Chari, Director, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Tiruchi Kendra.
The other classes offered at the camp include preparing for quiz competitions and learning creative arts and crafts from an official Camelin tutor.
“Students will also be instructed by a doctor on the ways in which they can be safe and take care of themselves,” said Mr. Chari. The camp, which is open for children between seven years and 14 years, will be divided into two batches across April and May. At the end of each camp, the students will be given participation certificates.
The camp, which costs Rs. 1,200 per head, will be conducted from Monday to Friday between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm and the students will be provided snacks.