Learning About the Past to Shape Our Future!
The Application Process
Welcome to “Time Hoppers,” an exciting Summer Club for children age 3 till 7 (*for younger children please check program below) who want to explore the mysteries of history! Over the course of six weeks (from 3rd July till 11th August), children will embark on a journey through time, from prehistoric times to future. Each week, children will discover a different era and participate in fun and educational activities that bring history to life.
Week 1 – Prehistoric Times
During the first week, children will travel back to prehistoric times and learn about cave paintings, and early human civilizations but also about the dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures that roamed the Earth millions of years ago. They will participate in activities such as making salt dough fossils or creating their own cave paintings.
Week 2 – Ancient Civilizations
In week two, children will learn about ancient civilizations such as Egypt, Greece, and Rome. They will create their own hieroglyphs, build pyramids using blocks or LEGO bricks, make a pharaoh mask or headdress, and hold their own “Greek Olympics.”
Week 3 – The Middle Ages
During week three, children will explore the world of knights and castles in the Middle Ages. They will have a lot of fun designing and decorating their own shields and swords, building miniature castles using cardboard or popsicle sticks, and dressing up in knight and princess costumes.
Week 4 – The Renaissance
In week four, children will get familiar with the Renaissance and the great artists, inventors and explorers of this time period. They will try to paint their own masterpiece, create their own invention using everyday objects, and learn about famous people of that time like Christopher Columbus or Leonardo da Vinci
Week 5 – Modern Times
In the fifth week, children will learn about modern times and the innovations that have changed the world. They will participate in activities such as building a robot using recycled materials, designing and making paper airplanes or kites and testing them outside, and creating a model of the solar system using styrofoam balls and paint.
Week 6 – Future Times
Imagine what the future might hold with a week dedicated to exploring science fiction and futuristic concepts. Create a “time capsule” of your favourite things and ideas to be opened in the future, design and build your own rocket ship.
“Time Hoppers” is the perfect summer club for preschoolers who want to learn about history in a fun and engaging way. With imaginative play, creative activities, and interactive lessons, children will develop their love for learning that will last a lifetime. Enroll your child today and discover the wonders of history with “Time Hoppers”!
*Children younger than 3 years old also have a chance to participate in our summer club; however, the topic for them is “Under the sea” which will be a great opportunity to learn more about sea creatures, ships and pirates as well as to do many sensory activities.
Refunds for reported absences:
Refunds for reported absence (Deduction are applicable only before the start day. TEP does not refund for absences during the summer club, except for catering which will be calculated at the end of the club)
The re-payment will be assessed at the end of Summer Club attendance based on the timing of cancellation that was reported on our 4Parents application.
cancellation sent 2 weeks (14 days) in advance – 100% refund
cancellation sent 1 week (7 days) in advance – 70% refund
cancellation sent less than 7 days in advance – 40% refund
Applicable in case your child does not have meal due to his/her absence reported through 4Parents app or website (the latest by 8:30 am on the same day for lunch, afternoon snack and a day before for morning snack). The re-payment will be assessed at the end of Summer Club attendance based on the number of meals being cancelled at the application/website
RULES and REGULATIONS
1. The English Playhouse is an entity run by:
The English Playhouse spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, ul. Cisowa 13, 02-708 Warszawa, NIP: 5213633364.
2. The Parent or Guardian commissions The English Playhouse to educate and care for the child on the indicated dates of attendance in Summer Club, according to the chosen programme and The English Playhouse agrees to fulfil this commission in exchange for timely payment of the agreed remuneration. Banking details acc. no. 07 1240 1053 1111 0010 4709 5844 IBAN-PL SWIFT – PKOPPLPW Payable to: The English Playhouse Sp. z o.o., ul. Cisowa 13, 02-708 Warszawa.
3. A child is accepted to one of the The English Playhouse centres after receiving the duly completed application form, found on www.tep.edu.pl
4. The Parent or Guardian declares that:
a. Parental authority over a child accords to: …….
b. The below-named actually care for the child with the Parent or Guardian’s consent, if any:
These persons are authorised to collect the child and also to obtain all information concerning the care and education at the English Playhouse. Furthermore, should it be necessary for a third party to have to collect the child the Parent or Guardian are obliged to have to present a separate authority according to the Pick-up authorisation form (to be collected from the teacher on duty).
c. The health condition of a child allows him/her to participate in the Summer Club.
5. The Parent or Guardian also undertakes to maintain generally accepted principles of good and friendly atmosphere on the premises, and in relation to The English Playhouse community
(employees, children and their parents); not disturbing the work at The English Playhouse and to address politely representatives of the nursery school community.