English

Camps

Hong Kong

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CCCEA organizes English summer/winter camps every year in Canada, Hong Kong and Guangzhou respectively. It aims to create English learning environment for participants, help improve their English listening and speaking skills, and promote the spirit of cooperation and Canadian culture to them.

Aims of Summer/Winter Camps:

  1. Experiencing Canadian culture and education in a safe environment

  2. Enhancing students’ confidence, leadership skills and the ability to express in an English speaking environment

  3. Fostering students’ team spirit through group learning activities

  4. Enriching students’ learning experiences by making new friends

Co-organizers:

University of British Columbia
Thompson Rivers University
Brescia University College at Western University
Coquitlam School District
York Region District School Board
Maple Ridge School District
Qualicum School District
Powell River School District

Supporting Organization:

Air Canada

Authorized Travel Agent:

F.S. International Travel Services Ltd. (Licence No.: 353624)

You may now experience Canadian culture in Hong Kong! The association has organized “Canadian Culture and English Summer Camp” with York Region District School Board, Ontario since 2010. More than 100 Canadian volunteer teachers and 20 teaching assistants have come to Hong Kong to lead the camp in the past three years. With the support of organizations like Partners Education Foundation, Hong Kong China Education Fund, UNICEF, Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey, Air Canada, more than 3,500 students from Hong Kong and Mainland China participated in this summer camp since 2010. The summer camp also provides opportunity for the English teacher trainees from Sichuan to observe how the Canadian teachers conducted the lessons in a classroom environment.

Canada

Canada is a safe and beautiful country with a multi-cultural environment. Vancouver, a city in British Columbia, is consistently placed in the top rank of the best places to live in the world. Since 2011, the association organized many summer camps in collaboration with school institutes including Coquitlam School District, Thompson Rivers University, Bodwell High School, Okanagan School District #23 in the Province of BC. The highlights of summer camps include:

  1. Providing English learning environments with topics on Canadian history, environmental protection, multi-culture

  2. Regular courses offered by the organizing school, which enables cultural exchanges between students worldwide

  3. Arranging students to live with a homestay family in a safe, welcoming and comfortable environment, which helps them totally immerse into the Canadian culture and daily life.

  4. Training students with leadership, communication, organizational skills through classroom and outdoor activities

  5. Small class teaching that encourages communication between teachers and students

Events

STEP 2017 – Brescia Girls Leadership Camp

STEP 2017 – Canada Culture and English Summer Camp at Thompson Rivers University

STEP 2016 – Brescia Girls Leadership Camp

 

STEP 2016 – Canada Culture and English Summer Camp at Thompson Rivers University

STEP 2015 – Brescia Girls Leadership Camp

 

STEP 2015 – Canada Culture and English Summer Camp at Thompson Rivers University

Coquitlam School District Summer Camp 2015

 

STEP 2014 – Canada Culture and English Summer Camp at Thompson Rivers University

Coquitlam School District Summer Camp 2014

Coquitlam School District Summer Camp 2013

 

Coquitlam School District Summer Camp 2012

 

English Study Tour in Kelowna, Canada 2011

 

Coquitlam School District Summer Camp 2011

Venue

London, Ontario

Kamloops, British Columbia

London, Ontario

Kamloops, British Columbia

London, Ontario

Kamloops, British Columbia

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Kamloops, British Columbia

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Kelowna, British Columbia

Coquitlam, British Columbia

  1. Providing English learning environments with topics on Canadian history, environmental protection, multi-culture

  2. Regular courses offered by the organizing school, which enables cultural exchanges between students worldwide

  3. Arranging students to live with a homestay family in a safe, welcoming and comfortable environment, which helps them totally immerse into the Canadian culture and daily life.

  4. Training students with leadership, communication, organizational skills through classroom and outdoor activities

  5. Small class teaching that encourages communication between teachers and students

English Camps

Events

Venue

Canada Culture and English Summer Camp 2017

Canada Culture and English Summer Camp 2014

Hong Kong Winter Camp 2014

Canada Culture and English Summer Camp 2013

Hong Kong Winter Camp 2013

Canada Culture and English Summer Camp 2012

Hong Kong Winter Camp 2012

Canadian Culture and English Summer Camp 2011

Hong Kong Winter Camp 2011

Canadian Culture and English Summer Camp 2010

Hong Kong Winter Camp 2010

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong