5 days of serious fun
If you've always wanted to introduce your child to science, but didn't know how and you thought it was complicated, think again. This camp is the perfect introduction to electricity and circuits for your child.
Make Your Creatures Come to Life with Electricity!
Science camp is a week-long camp where kids will spend 2 hours per day in the presence of our instructors to learn about electric circuits through self-exploration and working on experiments with our campers. We provide our campers with their own kits so they can continue to experiment with its components even after the camp. In this way, they are able to demonstrate what they have learnt to their parents and peers. We want our campers to engage in life-long learning and encourage them to push the limits of what they learn with us.
During this week our campers will:
Create a simple circuit and identify a complete and incomplete circuit
Build a creative series circuit
Construct a parallel circuit
Develop a circuit using insulators and conductors
Above all, their learning will be fun and engaging. Throughout this week they will also be able to develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills and understanding of working in groups.
What they say about us
My son is a naturally inquisitive learner. This kit is a safe and fun way to explore electricity. It’s also small enough to bring everywhere. I’d recommend this to every parent.
- Aysha Julie, mum of a 10-year old
It's like magic
- Liam, 6 years old
Meet our Instructors
Sarah’s role is to develop a fun, relevant and stimulating curriculum. She plays a key role in education focused research towards building our platform. She has extensive experience using interactive pedagogy to train leaders. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and is currently pursuing a Masters in Education. She has worked in Singapore for the last 3 years and has been working in the Private Education sector ever since she has moved back to Mauritius.
Head of Instructional Design
Jade enjoys spending time with our campers and contributes to their learning by always bringing innovative ideas to the work that we do. She also spends her time on product research, design and development in line with our mission to empower change makers with game-based learning. She holds a Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering. She has spent 6 months working in Cambridge and has worked in the medical device engineering field for 2 years before starting Katapult in 2019.
CEO & CPO