elementary after-school activities
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DESCRIPTIONTerm 1 Brochure
ISSUE YEAR VOLUME
After School activit
for Kindergarten to
5th grade student
On-line Registrations start August 19 @ 10am
Turn the page to learn more about Term 1 activities
Students may register on-line
(www.sas.edu.sg/easa) for up
to 3 classes
Online registration for First choice
class opens August 19 at 10 am
Online registration for Second
& Third choice classes open
from August 22
TERM 1 - 2013/14
EASA Registration Process & Policies Please read this carefully before registering your
elementary child for an after school activity.
EASA program will be available online on August 12, 2013.
Students may register on-line (www.sas.edu.sg/easa) for up to 3 classes
1. Online registration for First choice class opens August 19 at 10 am
2. Online registration for Second & Third choice classes open from August 22 (midnight of August 21) to August 25.
Registrations received on August 26 onwards will be subject to a $15.00 late fee.
Late registrations will not be accepted after August 28th.
If a class is full during registration period, students may request to be on ONE Wish List. In the following EASA term, parents will receive via
email an early invitation to register for their Wish Listed class choice only.
Minimum and maximum student enrollments are listed with each class description.
There will be no refunds after you have paid and registered your child in a class (once you have received the receipt from PayPal).
There will be no switches (transfers to a different EASA class) after your registration is confirmed (once you have received the receipt from
Email reminder will be sent out after class list is completed. If you have not received notification/confirmation email by August 28 please
contact the EASA office at 6360-6282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This program provides opportunities for SAS Elementary students to learn Mandarin in a fun playing environment. Students will be engaged in activities that are rich in visual cues and focus on developing communicative enjoyment and confidence. The main focus will be speech using lots of exciting hands-on activities. The program has been designed as a continuous three term curriculum and students are encouraged to participate for the entire three terms to get maximum benefit from the program.
Did you grow up reading Madeline? Watching French soc-cer or the Tour de France on TV? Love to eat at local French eateries? Maybe youve been lucky enough to visit or even live in France or another French-speaking country. If so, then you have an idea of how rich and varied French culture is, from food, traditions and sports to literature, music and film. Of all countries in the world, France is #1 in visits by tourists, and French is spoken in 60 different countries throughout the world. In this class we will ex-plore the many facets of French culture in a fun and hands-
on context, while learning some basics of the language as well. Join us every Wednesday for a fresh foray into the world of French and Francophone culture and language. If you arent currently a Francophile (lover of all things French), you will be after taking this class!
Wednesdays 3:154:15 Ms. Hood 9 classes Room M-328 Sep 4, 11, 18, 25, Min-6, Max-12
Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 $180
Language Mandarin Out-of-the-Box (KG -1 grade)
This program has been designed to provide SAS students from Grade 1 and 2 opportunities to develop their Spanish through cooking. This program is interactive and will complement the school Spanish Curriculum. It will be taught completely in Spanish. The children will also learn basic cooking skills appropriate for their age and how to work safely in the kitchen. In order to get the most out of this program, it is recommended that the students attend all three terms. Each term includes seven to eight sessions with a different Latin American and Spanish recipes.
Cocina en Espaol (1st - 2nd grade)
Fascinating French (4th - 5th grade)
Wednesdays 3:15-4:15 9 classes Sep 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Mrs. Harvey Room P-223 Min8, Max10
Tues & Thurs 3:15-4:15 16 classes
Sep 3, 5, 10, 12, 17,
24, 26, Oct 1, 3, 8, 10,
17, 22, 24, 29, 31
Mrs. Zhang (Room M-311) Minimum8, Maximum10
Wednesdays 3:154:15 8 classes
Sep 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
James Tay ES small Pool Min/Max4 $260
Our girls-only kinder soccer program aims to ensure that your daughter gets an opportunity to develop her skills and coordination without being afraid of having to beat the boys. Our program aims to develop a love of sport by devel-oping self-confidence in their abilities. Coaches will create fun practices and exercises to build their skills, tactics and games to develop players strategy and technical ability. Each participant is responsible for wearing the proper equipment to each session: shorts, t-shirt, shin guards, and athletic shoes. Soccer balls will be provided.
Tuesdays 3:154:15 8 classes
Sep 3, 10, 17, 24,
Oct 1, 8, 22, 29
James Tay ES small Pool Min-6, Max10 $180
Recreation Kinder Swim Lessons (KG)
Welcome to introductory climbing.
Various climbing activities, safety and
simple techniques will be covered in this
class designed to challenge all levels of
climbers. A good pair of athletic training
shoes and a positive attitude is all that is
needed for this fun activity!
Kinder Climb (KG) Thursdays 3:154:15 8 classes Sep 5, 12, 26, Oct 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Ms. Lawrence ES Gym B Min8, Max10
Kinder Soccer for Girls (KG) Wednesdays 3:154:15 9 classes Sep 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 ISA ES Playfield Min - 8, Max12
This class is designed for stu-dents who are already water safe (who are able to go under-water and dogpaddle) and need to start to work on basic stroke development. In case of rain, please bring sports shoes to every swim class as we will not cancel class but will offer an al-ternate activity.
Water Confidence Lessons (KG) Is your kindergartener afraid to put his head underwater? Is she resistant to get her face wet? Swim Coach, Mr. James Tay, will use bright toys and fun games to encourage your child to get his face wet, kick, paddle, correct body position, safety, and much more. This is a nurturing beginners swim class for little ones to learn to love the water!
Lets play soccer! Focus will be on introducing basic soccer skills through training, games, and most importantly fun. Play-ers will play fun game as well as competitive games. Learn the basics of passing, dribbling and shooting. Each participant is responsible for wearing the proper equipment to each ses-sion: shorts, t-shirt, shin guards, and athletic shoes. Soccer balls will be provided.
Mondays 3:154:15 8 classes Sep 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Oct 7, 21, 28
4:15pm - Primary EASA Bus service is
available to Newton Circus & Ameri-
ISA (ES Playfield) Min8, Max12
Kinder Soccer (KG)
Lets play soccer! Focus will be on introducing basic soccer skills through train-ing, games, and most importantly fun. Play-ers will play fun game as well as competitive games. Learn the basics of passing, dribbling and shooting. This will be a group / team training session where kids will have a chance to make new friends. Each partici-pant is responsible for wearing the proper equipment to each session: shorts, t-shirt, shin guards, and athletic shoes. Soccer balls will be provided.
Kinder Soccer (KG)
ISA ES Playfield Minimum8, Maximum12 $180
Yoga For Children (KG - 2nd grade) Childrens yoga is a natural and healthy way to exer-
cise, relax, focus and strengthen the mind, body and
spirit connection. Yoga games, breath meditation and
deep relaxation are wonderful self-help therapies and
excellent for childrens general health and well-being.
Each child needs his/her own yoga mat.
Thursdays 3:15 - 4:15 8 classes
Sep 5, 12, 26, Oct 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Mr. Donaghey Room P-103
Min - 8, Max - 12 $130
Tumbling (1st - 2nd grade) Tumbling is a fast-paced, high energy beginning tum-
bling course combining skills training, core body
strengthening, and gymnastic based games to help
improve flexibility, balance, strength, and respect for
physical fitness. The students will work on skills in-
cluding forward and backward rolls, back bends,
handstands, cartwheels as well as various jumps,
turns, and leaps.
Wednesdays 3:154:15 9 classes Sep 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Ms. Lawrence
ES Gym A Minimum8,
Soccer Skills for Girls (1st - 2nd grade)
Soccer offers huge benefits for girls. It increases their self-
confidence, helps with friendships and teaches them the
joy taken in hard work and achievement. Players will be
given exercises & drills to improve their skills as well as
play fun games & competitions. They will learn the basics
of passing, dribbling and shooting. Each participant is re-
quired to wear the proper equipment to each