Activities

KARATE
Karate teaches self-confidence & respect, not only for yourself but for others, including an opponent. Your child will learn self-leadership, as well as how to lead others as your child advances in his or her belts.
Music
Learning an instrument teaches a child how to create, store and retrieve memories more effectively Playing an instrument requires the brain to work at advanced speeds.
Dance
Dance requires discipline and focus, which translates to an improved academic performance. During dance lessons, a child gains a better understanding of their body and how it moves.
YOGA
Yoga helps children see the beauty and light within themselves, thereby boosting their self-confidence, allowing them to feel more comfortable with their bodies, and helping them get in touch with who they are inside.
Skating
Skating is a great way to improve heart health, strengthen muscles, and burn calories. It works muscles in the legs, glutes, and core, burns about 600 calories an hour, and causes 50% less stress to the joints than running.
Field trip
A field trip is one of the best tools that can be used to provide every student with real-world experience. When students leave the classroom, they see the connections between what is happening at school and in the ‘real-world’.
Mother child picnic
Spending time together benefits children by providing security, love, and a sense of belonging. Taking time to talk with your children is a great way to connect with them and learn from each other.
School Picnic
Spending time outdoors, basking in nature, the pure air invigorates kids and leaves them feeling rejuvenated. For those kids with respiratory disorders, breathing clean air helps clear the lungs.
Dance
Dance requires discipline and focus, which translates to an improved academic performance. During dance lessons, a child gains a better understanding of their body and how it moves.