Sonart Day Camp at Collège Nouvelles Frontières
The Sonart camp at Collège Nouvelles Frontières secondary school is held in a spacious, secure and welcoming setting. With access to outdoor playing fields and music classrooms, our counsellors ensure that campers enjoy a variety of fun and memorable activities.
This location offers lots of opportunities for a range of activities, and will help campers develop their musical potential while having fun. As well, our music curriculum is based on the Conservatoire’s program and approved by that institution.
Collège Nouvelles Frontières is an attractive, prestigious school known for its excellence. It is easily accessible for poeple coming from Hull or Aylmer.
DATES AND FEES
|July 4th to 8th, 2022||FULL|
|July 11th to 15th, 2022||FULL|
|July 18th to 22nd, 2022||FULL|
|July 25th to 29th, 2022||FULL|
|August 1st to 5th, 2022||PLACES AVAILABLE|
|August 8th to 12th, 2022||PLACES AVAILABLE|
MUST BE PRE-BOOKED
BEFORE CARE : 7:30 A.M. TO 9 A.M. • FREE FOR 5-DAY WEEK PER CHILD
AFTER CARE : 4 P.M. TO 5:30 P.M. • FREE FOR 5-DAY WEEK PER CHILD
BEFORE CARE : 7:30 A.M. TO 9 A.M. • FREE FOR 4-DAY WEEK PER CHILD
AFTER CARE : 4 P.M. TO 5:30 P.M. • FREE FOR 4-DAY WEEK PER CHILD
Fees – 255 $ / week
REGISTER 2 OR MORE CHILDREN AND SAVE $10 PER WEEK ON THE FEE FOR THE SECOND AND ADDITIONAL CHILDREN.
*To qualify for the discount, children must be registered at the same time.
No refund after June 15.
* In the event that the camp is canceled due to the pandemic following new directives from the authorities, your day camp will be reimbursed within two weeks of the announcement.
I authorize the staff members of Sonart inc. to provide my child with the necessary health care. I also authorize Sonart inc. to transport my child by ambulance or otherwise (at my expense) and to have him admitted to a health facility. In case of emergency, if it is impossible to reach us (parents / guardians and emergency contact persons), I authorize the doctor to provide all the care required by his condition.
** When a camp staff member must intervene to provide care for a child, the latter uses personal protective equipment: gloves, visor and mask.
If your child has one of the main symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been in contact with someone who has COIVD, we ask that you keep the child at home as well as other family members. There will be no refund for unused camp days.
The main symptoms of COVID 19 are:
- Fever (in children: 38 ° C (100.4 ° F) and above (rectal temperature))
- Onset or worsening of a cough;
- Breathing difficulties;
- Sudden loss of smell without nasal congestion, with or without loss of taste.
In the event that a camper presents these symptoms to the day camp, the latter will be immediately returned to the house and the cleaning protocol initiated immediately.
Health measures taken in front of COVID:
- Face covering
- Smaller ratio
- Several hand cleaning stations
- Cleaning frequently touched surfaces
- Adaptation of activities to allow social distancing
* A guide to the procedures for the arrival and departure of the camp will be communicated to the parents in the precamp email as well as the details of the camp.
The camp is open to children 5 to 12 years old, with or without musical experience.
Campers must select their instrument for the week (indicate on registration form): piano, guitar, voice, violin or drums.
Camp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Child care (included in registration fee) is available from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 5:30 p.m. You need to preregister for child care when registering for your week of camp to be able to beneficiate the service.
Campers get 2 music lessons, 2 outdoor activity/sport periods, and 2 cultural activity periods per day, related to the music or theme of the day chosen by the counsellors.
All camp activities are held on the grounds of the school. There is no swimming.
The campers present a Friday-afternoon concert, sometime between 1 and 4 p.m. There are several performance slots; we will advise you on Wednesday morning of your child’s performance time.
All Sonart camps are bilingual (English and French).
IT IS IMPORTANT TO CLEARLY IDENTIFIY ALL OF YOUR CHILD’S ITEMS.
A non-microwavable lunch( please beware of allergies: PEANUT AND NUTS ARE FORBIDDEN )
Two snacks( please beware of allergies: PEANUTS AND NUTS ARE FOBIDDEN)
Mask, and cap or hat
Sportswear and running shoes( open shoes and sandals are not recommended.)
Please ensure that all of your child’s items are placed in an identified backpack before you arrive at camp.
*It is FORBIDEDEN to bring electronic devices or other valuable objects during daycare and during the camp.
‘’I recommend this camp to anyone who will listen – as a parent, the engagement level of the councelors are the key to this camp, it makes me feel like I know she will have fun, not just be someone’s “charge” for the day.’’
‘’My husband and I were so impressed with the way this camp is run. Organization is impeccable, staff is incredible. Our son learned so much. He will be returning next summer! ‘’
‘’I have a child that suffers from severe anxiety caused by numerous hospital stays…the camp counsellors, Astro especially, was extremely successful at making camp a place where he could talk away his anxiety and feel secure. I’m always amazed at how professional and caring these young counsellors are. It’s a blessing for parents that have seen their child isolate himself and struggle with the fear of pain to just drop off their child with no issues! A HUGE thank you to Obélix who has been a familiar figure at this camp for three years now. His presence reassured both parents and our son again this year. His energy is incredibly contagious. We hope to see him again next year! ‘’
“I wanted to tell you what a wonderful experience our daughter Addison had last week at your camp. She loved the mix of music, outdoor play all rolled into one camp experience.””Our Son had a lovely time at the at Camp last week. Thank-you, and especially all the people who worked at the Camp.”
– Pragash Krishnamoorthy
“It is incredible that in just one week the kids had the confidence to play an instrument for all their friends and parents at a concert. The passion for music and sincere encouragement from all the camp staff was outstanding. Addison has taken piano lessons for two years but is shy to perform. Seeing her on stage proudly playing last Friday with the support of a Sonart staff member was just wonderful. The slide show during the concert and group photo for each child were very thoughtful gestures. All the Sonart staff have a genuine love of music and sharing that love really comes through. Thank you so much for offering this unique experience to kids. This is by far the best day camp in the city.”
– Sara, Jamie and Addison Hull