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BERLIN HOLIDAYS

THE LANGUAGE CAMP FOR CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS

BERLIN HOLIDAYS

THE LANGUAGE CAMP FOR CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS

1 to 3 weeks during the school breaks

12–17 years old

children from different countries

the boarding houses on campus

up to 10 pupils

intensive German courses, 25 classes per week (45 minute sessions)

The best way to learn a language is live communication with native speakers. The language camp in the International Lomonosov school provides a natural language environment. Children are motivated to communicate actively in German by doing projects together and taking part in leisure time activities.

The program of a one- to three-week stay in Berlin includes intensive German courses followed by an opportunity to take a language test and get an internationally recognized certificate:

  • German course according to the language level (A1 – C1)
  • Preparation for tests
  • Getting to know the German educational system

The pupils are taught by our dedicated teachers, using advanced teaching methods and materials.
Not only do the teachers hold the classes and communicate with the children in German, but also introduce German culture and traditions to the children.

The key objective of the language camp course – to teach the children to communicate in German and give them as much practice as possible. We teach all aspects of a language: listening comprehension, vocabulary, reading & writing, grammar, but we mostly focus on teaching the children to use this knowledge in real every-day communication!

Amenities
  • Beautiful historic school building, fully renovated in 2018, nestled in the heart of a picturesque, end of the 19 th century architectural park ensemble
  • Modern class rooms, computer center with free Internet and WI-FI, spacious rooms for studying and playing
  • Well cared schoolyard-garden
  • Playground

The pupils are taught by our dedicated teachers, using advanced teaching methods and materials.
Not only do the teachers hold the classes and communicate with the children in German, but also introduce German culture and traditions to the children.

The key objective of the language camp course – to teach the children to communicate in German and give them as much practice as possible. We teach all aspects of a language: listening comprehension, vocabulary, reading & writing, grammar, but we mostly focus on teaching the children to use this knowledge in real every-day communication!

Amenities
  • Beautiful historic school building, fully renovated in 2018, nestled in the heart of a picturesque, end of the 19 th century architectural park ensemble
  • Modern class rooms, computer center with free Internet and WI-FI, spacious rooms for studying and playing
  • Well cared schoolyard-garden
  • Playground

Staff

Creative and considerate teachers and counselors are taking care of the children. An experienced camp coordinator is always there by the childrens’ side too. The children as well as their parents or guardians can fully rely on the group leader and the teachers, refer to them with any question and solve any issue.

Accommodation

Participants of the language camp live in the boarding houses close to the school, in the green, quiet and safe Marzahn-Bisdorf district of Berlin. Spacious single and twin rooms boast modern conveniences, all rooms are with shower/WC.

Meals

Four meals a day are provided for the language camp participants. The school canteen serves a good choice of healthy and tasty, hot and cold meals, including vegetarian options. Any dietary requirements of the children are taken into consideration. During sightseeing tours the children are provided with packed lunches.

In their leisure time pupils will enjoy varied cultural activities and get acquainted with an exciting and vibrant life of the German capital city. For example:

  • “Berlinograd or Russian Berlin” | finding the traces of Nabokov and Turgenev, Glinka and Tchaikovsky in the city, trip to Alexandrovka village in Potsdam
  • “Berlin for students” | the Humboldt University – Germany’s most distinguished university, guided tours “Following the path of Alexander von Humboldt” – the outstanding scholar
  • “Berlin – the city of contrasts” | from the TV-tower to the Reichstag, the legendary Kreuzberg Kiez S0 36 – a district of alternative youth culture and street art, the Grunewald villas
  • “Berlin and its Museums” | Museum Island, FUTURIUM, Pergamon Museum, Technical Museum
  • “Berlin at the turning points in history” | Berlin Wall, guided tours in the Tempelhof Airport, Berlin Memorials
  • “Germany for car enthusiasts” | Classic Remise Berlin – a center for vintage cars, safari around the city in a GDR-legend – Trabi car, trip to the Volkswagen Autostadt in Wolfsburg
  • “Berlin for cinema fans” | trip to the film Studio Babelsberg in Potsdam, Berlin Film and Television Museum, Berlinale
  • “Berlin for those interested in medicine” | tours in Berlin’s oldest hospital the Charité  – over 300 years of history with its famous scientists and Nobel Prize winners, Berlin Museum of Medical History,

as well as guided tours to Potsdam and Spreewald, the Gardens of the World, Legoland, AquaDom, Berlin Zoo, trampoline parks and open-air summer pools. Lively communication with peers from Germany – the International Lomonosov school’s pupils, taking part in leisure and sports activities:

  • get-together,
  • dancing and BBQ parties,
  • film screenings,
  • games, competitions and more!

In their leisure time pupils will enjoy varied cultural activities and get acquainted with an exciting and vibrant life of the German capital city. For example:

  • “Berlinograd or Russian Berlin” | finding the traces of Nabokov and Turgenev, Glinka and Tchaikovsky in the city, trip to Alexandrovka village in Potsdam
  • “Berlin for students” | the Humboldt University – Germany’s most distinguished university, guided tours “Following the path of Alexander von Humboldt” – the outstanding scholar
  • “Berlin – the city of contrasts” | from the TV-tower to the Reichstag, the legendary Kreuzberg Kiez S0 36 – a district of alternative youth culture and street art, the Grunewald villas
  • “Berlin and its Museums” | Museum Island, FUTURIUM, Pergamon Museum, Technical Museum
  • “Berlin at the turning points in history” | Berlin Wall, guided tours in the Tempelhof Airport, Berlin Memorials
  • “Germany for car enthusiasts” | Classic Remise Berlin – a center for vintage cars, safari around the city in a GDR-legend – Trabi car, trip to the Volkswagen Autostadt in Wolfsburg
  • “Berlin for cinema fans” | trip to the film Studio Babelsberg in Potsdam, Berlin Film and Television Museum, Berlinale
  • “Berlin for those interested in medicine” | tours in Berlin’s oldest hospital the Charité  – over 300 years of history with its famous scientists and Nobel Prize winners, Berlin Museum of Medical History,

as well as guided tours to Potsdam and Spreewald, the Gardens of the World, Legoland, AquaDom, Berlin Zoo, trampoline parks and open-air summer pools. Lively communication with peers from Germany – the International Lomonosov school’s pupils, taking part in leisure and sports activities:

  • get-together,
  • dancing and BBQ parties,
  • film screenings,
  • games, competitions and more!

Day timetable (preliminary)

07:30 – wake up
08:00 – breakfast
09:00 – German classes
12:00 – lunch
13:00 – German classes
14:30 – afternoon snack
15:00 – leisure time activities or sightseeing tours
19:00 – dinner
19:30 – evening activities
21:00 – getting together to sum up the day
22:00 – going to bed

PRICE

from 750,00 € / week (depending on the program)

Included in the price:
  • High level teaching
  • Advanced teaching materials
  • Cosy accommodation
  • Healthy & tasty meals, full-board
  • Culture and leisure time program
  • Visa invitation
  • Medical insurance
  • Transfer to/ from the airport
  • A placements test to determine the level of German
  • Giving each and every pupil in the group exactly the educational support they need
  • Regular information for parents and/or guardians about the children’s life in the camp in social media
  • Telephone contacts with parents and/or guardians (preliminary agreed time-frame for calls)
  • Safety and support around the clock – 24/7 supervision for the children

Not included in the price:
  • Avia tickets
  • Visa
  • Accompanying person

Marta Tipshinova, International programs coordinator is ready to answer any questions and clarify any detail related to the programs: campus@mitra-schulen.de

Download camp flyer

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PRICE

from 750,00 € / week (depending on the program)

Included in the price:
  • High level teaching
  • Advanced teaching materials
  • Cosy accommodation
  • Healthy & tasty meals, full-board
  • Culture and leisure time program
  • Visa invitation
  • Medical insurance
  • Transfer to/ from the airport
  • A placements test to determine the level of German
  • Giving each and every pupil in the group exactly the educational support they need
  • Regular information for parents and/or guardians about the children’s life in the camp in social media
  • Telephone contacts with parents and/or guardians (preliminary agreed time-frame for calls)
  • Safety and support around the clock – 24/7 supervision for the children

Not included in the price:
  • Avia tickets
  • Visa
  • Accompanying person

Marta Tipshinova, International programs coordinator is ready to answer any questions and clarify any detail related to the programs: campus@mitra-schulen.de

Download camp flyer

Email