June 22 – August 7
Welcome to a fun-filled programme during the summer holidays for children aged 4 to 12!
The International School of Hellerup’s Summer Programme is mainly aimed at children aged 4-12, and provides an active and engaging time of learning, adventure and summer fun in a safe, positive and respectful environment.
Our Summer Programme is delivered in English and runs for seven weeks from 22 June to 7 August (weeks 26-32). The programme is open to all children, including ISH students, students from other schools and children visiting the Copenhagen area. Students are signed up on a weekly basis so families can choose summer activities according to your schedules.
Our qualified teachers and pedagogues are dedicated to ensuring that your child will have an enjoyable and enriching experience with plenty of opportunities to make new friends, learn new skills, have lots of fun and stay healthy during the summer holidays. The Summer Programme at ISH is divided into:
- Summer CARE for children aged 4-10, with daily activities such as crafts and educational games organised in a child-centred and interest-based setting. Read more about the Summer CARE programme here.
- Summer CAMP for children aged 7-12, which is a series of thematic camps within a variety of areas such as English as a second language, music, science, times travellers, exploration, nature, sports and more. Read more about our Summer CAMP programme (including course descriptions for each camp) here.
It is possible to mix and match CARE and CAMP activities to suit your child’s interests and needs.
Please review course information and other details via the links on this page. Should you have any questions or enquiries, you are welcome to contact our summer programme coordinator Chiara Giani at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the International School of Hellerup, the health and safety of our students and teachers is our main priority. Since reopening the school on April 15th, following the nation-wide lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented a number of new procedures based on comprehensive guidelines from the Danish Health Authority and the Ministry of Education.
Our Summer Programme has been re-designed to ensure that we live up to all the guidelines from the Danish authorities. This means, for example, that there will be smaller groups of maximum 8 students in the CARE programme, and that there will be a limited number of students in some summer CAMPS. Click on the bar below for an overview of our measures and procedures relating to COVID-19.