Designed to teach the fundamentals of the French language (and/or to maintain the knowledge of French), the classes take place each day (except for field trip days) for two periods of 75 minutes each and are taught by native and experienced French instructors.
The objective of this program is to introduce children to the French language and culture at an early age, when they still have a linguistic openness to easily learn a second language.
The curriculum promotes the development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. The classes are designed for both beginners and intermediate French speakers.
At Le Camp d'Été, we believe that the recipe for a successful summer consists of the right mix between languages, sports, arts, sciences and performing arts.
All our activity instructors are well recognized afterschool and camp professionals operating in the Bay Area. Instructors will be assisted by our camp staff during their sessions.
Pick up time
Parents have the option of picking up their children between 4:00 pm and 4:30 pm or continue extended day and pick up after 5:30 pm. Pick up is discouraged between 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm as activities will be in session.
Field trips give students educational experiences away from their regular campus environment. Campers visiting different educational facilities learn in a more hands-on and interactive manner. Learning in assorted ways can appeal to varied learning styles, helping children to succeed whether they are visual, auditory or kinetic learners.
At Le Camp d'Ete we choose to take the Junior Campers off-campus on Wednesdays, as it's a welcome break in the weekly routine.
Oakland Zoo, 06/24
Oakland Zoo was established in 1922 and is home to over 700 native and exotic animals. In particular, Oakland zoo is recognized for the elephant care program and for the Leed-certified, 17,000 square foot, state-of-the-art veterinary hospital—the largest wild animal veterinary facility in Northern California. Summer 2018 introduces Oakland Zoo guests to an entirely new experience, California Trail, a monumental expansion that doubles our size and celebrates our state’s native wildlife—both past and present.
Exploratorium, San Francisco 07/01
The Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco that allows visitors to explore the world through science, art, and human perception. Its mission is to create inquiry-based experiences that transform learning worldwide
Muir Beach, Marin 7/8
Muir Beach is a quiet cove, beach and lagoon. It is an absolutely beautiful setting at the mouth of Redwood Creek where Frank Valley meets the Pacific Ocean about 9 miles west of Sausalito on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
Tilden Park, Berkeley 7/15
We’ll be heading up to this beautiful park to spend the day surrounded by nature. We’ll visit the little farm, and take a walk through the wetlands on the boardwalk to Jewel Lake. We’ll also be playing games and enjoying the grassy fields and play structures nearby.
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco 07/22
At the only aquarium-planetarium-rainforest-natural history museum on Earth, adventure is around every corner: Marvel at the deepest living coral reef tank on Earth, zoom across the Universe in the 75-foot planetarium and trek through a butterfly-filled four-story tropical rainforest.
Adventure Playground/Berkeley Marina Park and Beach 07/29
|8:00-9:00||Morning care||Morning care||Morning care||Morning care||Morning care|
|9:00-10:15||French||French||Field trip Departure||French||French|
Music & Movement
Music & Movement
|3:45-4:00||Snack||Snack||Returning from Field trip and snack||Snack||Snack|
|4:00-4:30||Pick up time||Pick up time||Pick up time||Pick up time||Pick up time|
|4:30-5:30||Activity TBA||Activity TBA||Activity TBA||Activity TBA||Activity TBA|
|5:30-6:00||Pick up time||Pick up time||Pick up time||Pick up time||Pick up time|
École Bilingue de Berkeley
Direct line: (510) 812-9016