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Get your child ready for a space adventure during the holidays!

Introduction

Have an aspiring astronaut at home? Or simply looking for fun and educational activities to engage your child during the school holidays? Join our popular Junior Space Camps during the school holidays and have your children acquainted with the cool and fascinating outer space! 

Junior Space Camp (Virtual)

Age: 9 to 12 years old

Time: 9am – 12pm for all dates, regardless of module

How much is it?

1 module: SGD 99

2 modules: SGD 198

3 modules: SGD 250

4 modules: SGD 320

5 modules: SGD 370

Take the first step towards the future of space by joining these highly interactive modules, where students will explore various concepts like rockets and UAVs, how to apply their physics and computing skills in the context of space and the exciting experiments that are conducted on the International Space Station!

All learning materials will be provided.

VIRTUAL SPACE CAMP (9 - 12 Y/O)

Physics for Space SGD 99
  • 3 June / 14 June / 21 June 2021
  • 9.00 am - 12.00 pm
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  • Let's talk Physics! It's all around us and most importantly, it is the foundation for all things space...but how? Join us as we set out to discover how time, velocity, forces, and gravity all work together to help us understand the makings of the universe

VIRTUAL SPACE CAMP (9 - 12 Y/O)

Experiments on the International Space Station SGD 99
  • 4 June / 17 June / 24 June 2021
  • 9.00 am - 12.00 pm
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  • The International Space Station has pioneered numerous discoveries through the experiments conducted by astronauts on board. We look at some of these experiments and how they can change our everyday lives for the better!

VIRTUAL SPACE CAMP (9 - 12 Y/O)

To the Moon and Mars: Rockets 101 SGD 99
  • 15 June / 22 June 2021
  • 9.00 am - 12.00 pm
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  • Did you know that over 20,000 rockets have been launched in the last 75 years? Nearly every space mission begins with a rocket but how do they work? We will look at the basics of rocket engineering and see just how rocket fuel works to get Three... two...one... Lift off!

VIRTUAL SPACE CAMP (9 - 12 Y/O)

Rovers and UAVs SGD 99
  • 16 June / 23 June 2021
  • 9.00 am - 12.00 pm
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  • Before man can step foot on Mars, we first need to know what are some of the things that await us on the red planet. Rovers can assist, explore, and carry out research on behalf of humans safely and effectively. Cadets will learn what are some of the crucial components of a rover and how they are able to navigate extra-terrestrial surfaces on their own.

VIRTUAL SPACE CAMP (9 - 12 Y/O)

Introduction to Coding SGD 99
  • 18 June / 25 June 2021
  • 9.00 am - 12.00 pm
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  • In our modern world, code lies at the heart of all the technology we use but what is code exactly? In this course, Cadets will learn a little about the history of code and some basic functions that will help get them started on your coding journey! This course will utilise Scratch.
To enjoy bundle discounts for our virtual camps, please sign up via the following link:

Junior Space Camp (Physical)

Age: 9 to 12 years old

Time: 3-Day Physical Camp, 9am to 4.30pm
1 Lunch & 2 Snacks provided daily

How much is it?
3-Day Physical Camp @ SGD 499**

Topics:
Rocket Engineering 101
Living in Space
Satellites and their Orbits
All about Mars Rovers
Coding for Space

Through specially curated modules, students will learn what it takes to live in Space, how satellites and orbits work and how to code for space. Students will also get the opportunity to try out exciting hands-on activities such as building a water rocket.

All learning materials will be provided.

Check back on soon for NEW dates available! **

7 July - 9 July 2021

14 July - 16 July 2021

7 July - 9 July 2021

14 July - 16 July 2021

24 Nov - 26 Nov 2021

1 - 3 December 2021

8 - 10 December 2021

JULY

Junior Space Camp (Online)

YOUTH SPACE CAMP (13 - 15 Y/O)

Owning Space:
A Special Space Law Series
SGD 389
  • 05 Jul - 09 Jul
  • 9:00am - 12:30pm
  • The course will focus on current space ownership topics e.g. Who owns Space? Who can live in Space? How do we treat Space and live in Space? and students are expected to debate and write short essays.

YOUTH SPACE CAMP (13 - 15 Y/O)

Understanding Interplanetary Systems SGD 389
  • 05 Jul - 09 Jul
  • 2:00pm - 5:30pm
  • The course will introduce students to topics e.g. what it takes for interplanetary travel, rockets, landing on a planet, and rover technologies.

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Space Coding Camp (Online)

Registration has closed!

Age: 9 to 12 years old

Date: 18 to 19 March 2021

Time:
Across two days,
9am to 12:30pm – Module 1: Space Weather and Living in Space
2pm to 5:30pm – Module 2: All about Rockets

How much is it?
Each Module @ SGD 99
Both @ SGD 179

Our fun and engaging topics include how astronauts survive in space, what happens to the human body in space, and what space weather is all about!

The afternoon modules introduce rockets and what they do!

The modules are curated to pique the child’s curiosity about the things around them and in the sky. Through the modules, students will expand their knowledge of space and grow their interest in science!

Sign up for both modules to enjoy savings!

What Participants Need

• Writing materials 
• Ability to type and identify characters on the keyboard

For more information, please email us at contact@space.org.sg or call us at 9789 7318.

*Contact us for group discounts for 5 and above signups. 
**A minimum of 8 registrations is required for the commencement of the camp.

Covid-19 Safety Measures

In light of the new COVID restrictions in place, although our July Space Camp classes are not affected, please be assured that we are paying close attention to the situation. The health and safety of our participants is our top priority.

Safe Management System

Rigorous checks in compliance with government guidelines will be carried out by our team to ensure the safety of our participants.

Safe distancing

We will assure that group sizes and interactions will follow the government guidelines, and safe distancing will be ensured.

Contact tracing

We would require all participants to check in and out of the classes. We maintain a detailed class attendance list and contact information, in additional to using SafeEntry.

Good personal hygiene

Masks are required to be worn by all participants and staff throughout the classes, with the exception of meal times. We encourage awareness around hygienic storage and disposal of masks – bins will be provided for disposal of used masks. Hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial soap will be available for use.

Health checks

Temperature checks are mandatory at the beginning of each day. Participants and staff must have a temperature below 37.5 degree Celsius for access to the classes.

Cleanliness

Our facilities will be cleaned between each class with anti-bacterial sanitizer.

 

Health and Safety of participants 

Students who have been placed on Leave of Absence or issued Stay Home Notice will not be allowed to attend the camp. If your child has been placed on LOA or SHN, please get in touch with the team at contact@space.com.sg or +65 6735 7995 or WhatsApp +6597897318.  

Students with fever and/or respiratory symptoms will not be allowed to attend the camp. If the student were to develop such symptoms during the camp, the student will be isolated from the class and his/her emergency contact will be contacted immediately. 

Cancellation Policy

As the team has to plan and place order in advance for the equipment and material, please do note that the following cancellation applies if a participant chooses to opt out of the camp and cancel his/her participation at his/her own choice:  

 

  • 70% Cash refund for cancellation 2 weeks before the first day of the registered camp date 
  • 50% Cash refund for cancellation 1 week before the first day of the registered camp date 
  • 0% Cash refund for cancellation less than 1 week before the start of the camp  

In the event that the organizer cancels the camp for any other reason(s) not stated below, the organizer reserves the right to not disclose the reason for cancellation to participants. The organizer will duly inform all participants affected by the cancellation and will provide full cash refund for the affected participants. 

Cancellation Policy – Covid 19 

The organizer acknowledges the importance of health and safety of everyone and in view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Singapore, we have amended our cancellation policy in accordance with Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH)’s advisory and precautionary measures. You may refer to our Covid-19 Safety Measures on how we keep our participants safe during the camps.  

 

To assure our families in these uncertain times – we will provide cash refund for our camps in the event of new advisories and/or restrictions (e.g., school closures) set by MOH and cannot deliver the camps, which is not the fault of the participants nor the organizer.  The cash refund will be subject to a transaction fee of S$30 per student. This fee partially covers the non-refundable deposits and payments made while organising the camp.  

Alternatively, parents can opt for full credit refund, which can be used for future camps by Space Academy Singapore. Do note that credit refunds will have an expiry of 1 year. 

 

If a participant chooses to opt out of the camp and cancel his/her participation at his/her own choice without advisories and/or restrictions set by MOH, the following cancellation policies will apply: 

  • 70% Cash refund for cancellation 2 weeks before the first day of the registered camp date 
  • 50% Cash refund for cancellation 1 week before the first day of the registered camp date 
  • 0% Cash refund for cancellation less than 1 week before the start of the camp 

For any assistance or enquiries on cancellation, please get in touch with the team at contact@space.com.sg or +65 6735 7995 or WhatsApp +6597897318. We will get back to you within 2 – 3 working days.  

What Participants Need

• Computer with internet connection, video camera and microphone function
• Lessons will be conducted via a learning platform, participants will be informed of the details nearer to the date of the camp.
• All cadets will receive a digital copy of all class materials. If a hardcopy of the class materials is preferred, do let us know by email or text. 

 

For participants of the coding camp,
• Ability to type and identify characters on the keyboard

For more information, please email us at contact@space.org.sg or call us at 9789 7318.

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For more info: contact@space.org.sg

For those who have registered, we have sent you the confirmation email upon receipt of registration fees. Details of the workshop are within the email. Do keep a look out for the email from contact@space.org.sg. If you have not received the email, do drop us a note at contact@space.org.sg with the registered name of parent, student and also the mode of payment made for us to check our records. See you at the workshop!