Learn About Our Activities
Cooking & Baking
Teaching cooking with kids provides practical experience with many essential skills such as reading, following directions, and measuring.
Getting involved in cooking helps your child to develop fine motor skills, eye hand coordination, and even early concepts of maths and science.
Plus, they get to learn about food as well as make and eat yummy food and treats!
“Try new recipes. Learn from your mistakes. Be fearless and above all HAVE FUN” – Julia Child
Swimming is not only enjoyable, but it provides a multitude of physical and mental benefits.
It allows your child to develop water safety and survival skills, builds strength, muscle tone and assists with balance and coordination.
All SBK swimming classes ensure that your child is monitored and kept safe at all times, whilst having fun.
“If you want to learn to swim, you have to throw yourself in the water” – Bruce Lee
Football & Golf
Football is a physically demanding game that provides an opportunity for students to improve their speed, agility, strength, hand-eye coordination and overall cardiovascular endurance.
We also believe that from good shots to bad, rewards a young person’s ability to keep each shot and each round in perspective, manage one’s emotions, maintain a positive outlook and focus on the shot at hand.
A child will learn integrity, discipline and respect, as well as appreciate the fine skills involved in golf.
“It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get up or not” – Vince Lombardi
Arts & Crafts
Art is a form of communication and expression, which makes it an ideal outlet for young children to use their imagination and develop their creativity.
When children experiment with materials, they dabble in science. Most importantly perhaps, when kids feel good while they are creating, art helps boost their self-confidence.
“Art is a place for children to learn to trust their ideas, themselves, and to explore what is possible” – Maryann F. Kottl
We believe that learning should not only that place behind normal four walls. A field trip is one of the best tools that we can use to provide every student with real-world experiences.
Whether that’s a trip to the local grocery store, waterfront park, a library, a museum, a theater, a community garden or a restaurant, each experience that a student participates in contributes to their understanding of the world and that is how they encounter with new and real world.
“Let Your Memory Be Your Travel Bag” – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn