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Best June Holiday 2018 Workshops, Camps & Programmes In Singapore

If you’re searching for meaningful and educational ways to keep your child occupied during the upcoming June school holidays, look no further. Scroll through our list of June holiday workshops, programmes and camps that encompass academics, arts and crafts, coding and robotics and more, to help your child make the most of their time off school.

SG Aviation Training: Basic Aviation Course with Aptitude Flying

Let your budding aviator take to the skies through a short 20-hour programme with SG Aviation Training. For three hours per session, students gain an introduction to aeronautics with lessons that cover the principles of flight, the parts of an airplane, and the purpose of different flight instruments.

They will also learn more about basic flight operations, weather conditions for flight and an introduction to fundamental aviation language. The final element of the course will be letting the students test their skills on a Cessna 172 flight simulator where they can experience flying for the very first time.

Through the process of learning to fly, students develop skills such as situational awareness, multi-tasking and decision-making. Ultimately, they develop more confidence – an ability that will benefit them for life. The sky is literally the limit!

Date: 2 June, 9 June, 16 June, 23 June 2018 (across four Saturdays)
Time: 10am to 1pm (three hours per session)
Venue: Haite Building, 15 Changi Business Park Crescent #01-02, Singapore 486006
Fee: $385 for four sessions
Age: 10 to 17 years
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Chengzhu Mandarin Centre

Keep your child’s love for Mandarin alive throughout the month with Chengzhu Mandarin Centre’s lineup of exciting holiday programmes. Through curated five-day programmes, your little one’s cognitive, emotional and social skills will be challenged in fun and creative ways.

Primary school-aged children will discover the evolution of Chinese characters and master idioms, keywords and sophisticated sentence structure through quest-based adventures. And younger kids can experience language in action through a series of traditional Chinese arts including calligraphy, dance and Tang poetry. There are even adult-accompanied programmes that will take the little ones on lively language learning adventures to Singapore Botanic Gardens and more.

Date: 4 to 8 June
Venue: Rochester Mall, 35 Rochester Dr, Singapore 138639
Age: Six months to 10 years
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BakinCalf Cakes & Workshops

Bake up a storm with your child through BakinCalf’s series of baking programmes. From learning how to decorate cute cupcakes with fondants, to baking Tsum Tsum cookies to whipping up a gorgeous unicorn cupcake, both parent and child will definitely enjoy creating and eating their own goodies!

Children Fondant Class: 1 June, 1pm to 3pm
Unicorn Cupcake: 8 June, 10am to 12pm
Tsum Tsum Cookies: 9 June, 10am to 12pm

Venue: Block 257 Yishun Singapore 760257
Age: Four to 12 years.
Fees: $55 (For one child and adult)

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Kimiya Learning Place

If your child is taking the GCE O-Level or N-Level this year, consider joining Kimiya Learning Place to help them gain a competitive edge in their studies. This June holidays, Kimiya is holding Social Studies and Mathematics workshops for secondary 4 students. These sessions serve to strengthen students academically, as well as help them through any areas they struggle in.

Each session costs $70. Click here for more info on class dates, timings and other details

Coding Lab

With an award-winning curriculum that was designed by an MIT grad, Coding Lab provides a strong emphasis on inquiry-based learning along with the application of key mathematical concepts. Their holiday camps cater to kids aged four to 16 across three convenient locations (including their new Parkway Parade campus), all in a rustic-yet-tech-immersive environment.

Choose from a smorgasbord of popular classes, ranging from Scratch, to App Inventor, and even solving Math problems with Python (for teens). Kids will be in excellent hands with Coding Lab’s nurturing instructors, who have taught thousands of students ranging from preschoolers to University undergraduates!

Date: 28 May to August

  • Parkway Parade, 80 Marine Parade Road, Parkway Parade #10-06 Singapore 449269
  • 264 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #03-06, Singapore 588208
  • The Grassroots Club, 190 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 568046

Fee: $395 to $695

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ACT 3 Drama Workshops

Mowgli’s wild jungle adventures are coming to life at the June holiday workshops organised by Act 3 Drama Academy. Set against Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, there’s an entire line-up of age-appropriate drama workshops for children as young as 7 months, to 15-year-old teenagers.

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Julia Gabriel Centre

Keep your child’s creative mind stimulated – Julia Gabriel Centre has plenty of activities that are both fun and challenging. The centre’s range of Early Learning programmes and Speech & Drama & Writers camps include music-based extravaganzas, delicious cooking fests, and even a unique stage craft programme for budding thespians.

Date: 4 to 8 June
Venue: Rochester Mall, 35 Rochester Dr, Singapore 138639
Age: Six months to 11 years
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Developing your child’s potential doesn’t mean focusing purely on the academics. Take learning out of the classroom and enrol your child in Singapore’s first and only dog facilitated learning programme! Facilitated by a US Trained Therapist, UK Registered Psychologist and Professional Therapy Dogs, each programme will help participants tackle areas such as building a positive mindset, discovering their strengths, developing effective leadership skills and more!

Classes start from $120. Click here for more information


Tinkercademy is another great place to develop your child’s interest in coding and digital making. These folks run a myriad of age-appropriate programmes in electronics, robotics, game design and more, categorised to two age groups: Young Makers (for six years and above) and Teen Tinkerers (10 years and above). The former group will get to dabble in block game building and fun engineering-related crafts, while the older kids will dive into more in-depth making and coding, such as learning to create electronics-based prototypes and robotics.

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