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ESL Summer Experience @ Rothesay Netherwood School
ESL Summer Experience @ Rothesay Netherwood School
40 College Hill Road
Rothesay, New Brunswick,
E2E 5H1

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ESL Summer Experience @ Rothesay Netherwood School
 

ESL Summer Experience @ Rothesay Netherwood School

40 College Hill Road, Rothesay, New Brunswick, E2E 5H1

Type:
Day & Overnight Camp
Categories:
ESL
Cost:
$2,350 to $4,250/session
Age:
12 to 18
Gender:
Coed
Capacity:
15 to 45
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About this camp

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RNS is offering a 3 week ESL Summer Experience on its picturesque 200-acre campus in New Brunswick, Canada. Participants will receive 25 hours/week of instruction, focusing on reading, writing, and oral comprehension; along with recreational activities, sightseeing tours of the Maritimes, evening activities, along with social and cultural events. 2017 Dates: August 8th-29th

Camp Address
40 College Hill Road, Rothesay, New Brunswick, Canada

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Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 13 - 18
ESL $2,350 to $4,250
Rothesay,NB
40 College Hill Road
Aug 08-29 $2,350 - $4,250

Accommodation & Property Details

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Sleeping Accommodations

  • Dorm or Building

Amenities

  • Electricity in Sleeping Area

Washrooms Facilities

  • Flush Toilets
  • Showers (indoor)

Sports facilities

  • Basketball Court
  • Gymnasium
  • Soccer Field

Landscape

  • Forested Area
  • Open Field


Upcoming Events February 26, 2017

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  • February 26, 2017RNS @ Our Kids Expo
    Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, Ontario
    Join us Sunday, February 26 from 12:00 pm - 04:00 pm

    ESL Summer Experience @ RNS will be at the Our Kids Camp Expo on Sunday, February 26th at Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall to answer all of your questions about the camp.



Director's Message

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Geoffrey McCullogh, Director of Camps

Welcome to the ESL Summer Experience @ RNS. Last year the students not only had a ton of fun experiencing life in the maritime provinces; they also learned much in and outside of the class. The 2017 version will be bigger and better. We have moved the camp closer to the start of the school year to ensure that students have a break after the previous school year. This will also allow them to take what they have learned and to apply it directly to the 2017-2018 school year. I am looking forward to hosting you on our picturesque campus in a few short months.   


Cost & Financial Aid

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Cost: $2,350 to $4,250 /session

Payment Options:

Deposit required with acceptance Yes
Credit card payment Yes
Maximum installments available 2

Busing

  •   RNS Bus$
    Location Address Pick up Drop off
    Saint John Airport 4180 Loch Lomond Road, Saint John, New Brunswick 11:10 am 11:10 am

Stories & Testimonials

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Note from 2016 Student

In July of this year, I had the opportunity to spend one-month time at RNS for the ESL summer camp. Next, I would like to talk about my experiences there as well as my feelings.

To begin with, the basic part or the quite important part might be the residence and the food. When I first came to Netherwood House, it just seemed like home. It was so convenient that we can have meals as well as doing the laundry in the residence. Also, we had chance to play the piano and watch movies in soft sofas. For something more special, I really like the bedrooms. The rooms were quite big with many draws and there was a bathroom in each room, too. Thus, only two people need to share one. If you opened the windows, you would see the beautiful natural scenery and hear the birds singing in the morning, too.To be honest, I am a person who is picky for the food. Nevertheless, the food there was surprisingly amazing. We had pasta, tacos, pizza and so on. We also obtained the opportunity to make dumplings together in the kitchen. It was definitely tiring, however, we still enjoyed the whole process and it improved our team spirit a lot as well.

In addition, whenever I mentioned the activities of the summer camp, I was always excited about them. Even till now, I can still remember all the details we experienced. During the summer camp, I felt the happiness of canoeing after getting stuck for many times. It was our first time to taste delicious smores. We went mini golfing and we saw two English movies without any subtitle. We took a walk as well as a visit in Saint John. We went to the concert in the park and listened to some popular songs in Canada. Besides, I really love the trips on the weekend. At King’ s Landing, we learned about the Canadians’ lifestyle from the 1800s to the early 1900s. We can even have the feeling of going back to that time because there are some actors playing the roles of the owner of each house as with the people who used to live there. Then, that was both my first time to go whale-watching and go to an English musical. I was super excited when I saw more and more whales after the cold heavy rain, and I could still recall some tunes of the musical sometimes. 

What is more, if we talk about the ESL summer camp, the core section should undoubtedly be the courses. In my opinion, the classes were the most different part, too. For example, compared to the school conditions in China, students can feel less stressed and have more fun during studying because we had more chances to think on our own, express our ideas more actively as well as playing some games about the grammar we learned about. Sometimes it even seemed like we only played in class, however, we can still surprisingly learned a lot. Also, I think all the teachers and staffs were awesome. They were very kind and patient so that you can get along well with them easily just like friends.

To sum up, the students can come to the summer camp at RNS for many goals, but I suppose the three below could be the most attractive reasons. First, for all the students around the world, they can improve their English, especially their ability of listening and speaking. They can obtain the chance to speak more English with the local English speakers. Second, it is quite special as with interesting to spend one month here with new friends and foreign teachers. At the same time of studying, you can also have plenty of fun. During the weekend or the free time in the evening, you could try a variety of activities for the first time. Third, for students who are coming to RNS, it is absolutely an excellent opportunity to know about the campus and help them fit in with the new school life better. 


In the News

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November 14, 2016 - Dates Set for 2017

The 2017 dates are now set for the ESL Summer Experience at RNS - Tuesday August 8th to Tuesday, August 29th. ...




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