STUDENT ENRICHMENT

(INTERNAL ONLY)

QC CFE Academia is designing its curriculum as an aid to our foundational departments to provide a holistic learning experience.  We, in support of our Foundation, Primary and High School years wish to spark, support and or enhance activities that the school wishes to focus on to foster a holistic learning experience.

HIGH SCHOOL YEARS

PSAT PREP

Sept. 19 - Oct. 10 | Sat. | 9am - 12noon | $230

Virtual Instruction

Learn test-taking skills and strategies from experienced Queen’s College instructors as students prepare to sit the Preparatory Scholastic Aptitude Test this Fall.

SAT PREP

Sept. 19 - Nov. 28 | Sat. | 9am - 12noon | $450

Virtual Instruction

Learn test-taking skills and strategies from experienced Queen’s College instructors as students prepare to sit the Scholastic Aptitude Test this Spring.

PRIMARY YEARS

HEALTHY IN ACTION: TURN IT UP

Sept. 24 - Nov. 26 | Th | 3:15pm - 4:30pm | $180

Virtual Instruction

This program will help students get fit; learn self-defence and the importance of nutrition and an active lifestyle. Key highlights are learning how to manage bullying, the importance of respect, commitment and discipline, general hygiene, stress management, and healthy eating.

CENTRE STAGE

Sept. 22 - Nov. 24 | T | 3:15pm - 4:30pm | $180

Virtual Instruction

This experience will bring to life the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People through activities and exercises that develop leadership skills. We will also explore effective communication and public speaking, as well as challenge students to lead confidently, speak up and make a difference in their homes, school and community. 

FULL S.T.E.A.M. (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ARTS, MATH) AHEAD

Sept. 23 - Nov. 25 | W | 3:15pm - 4:30pm | $180

Virtual Instruction

This experience will introduce the world of STEAM, particularly arts and technology. From collages, shapes, Junkanoo pieces and lettering styles to coding augmented reality and tech inventions. Your child will tap into their inner artist and tech genius.

AFTERNOON TUTORING PROGRAM

Oct. 12 - May. 24 | M-F | 7:00am - 8:00am & 3:15pm - 4:30pm | $180

Hybrid Instruction

The provision of small group tutoring provides interventions that address poor and declining student performance. When outcomes reach a point where recovery would be challenging or pose a significant challenge, it is helpful to utilise alternative approaches to convey concepts. The use of predominant learning styles not able to be adequately addressed within the traditional class period is a valued technique.

FOUNDATION YEARS

HEALTHY IN ACTION: LET'S GET LOCOMOTIVE

Sept. 24 - Nov. 26 | Th | 3:15 - 4:30pm | $180

Virtual Instruction

These sessions will explore healthy cooking and movement to keep your child happy, confident and thriving. The way in which your child eats today will have a striking impact on his/her health throughout adolescence and adulthood. Movement is another key component of healthy living. We will also incorporate Cardio, flexibility, strength, endurance and maintenance training.

CENTRE STAGE

Sept. 22 - Nov. 24 | T | 3:15 - 4:30pm | $180

Virtual Instruction

Students will display their acting talents through the exploration of popular children’s stories and acting out one of the stories in final production. Students will be engaged in fun improvisation games and confidence-building exercise while taking the lead with reading expression. 

FULL S.T.E.A.M. (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ARTS, MATH) AHEAD

Sept. 23 - Nov. 25 | W | 3:15 - 4:30pm | $180

Virtual Instruction

This experience introduces the world of STEAM through the fascinating world of art, science and technology. From science experiments such as the Bottle Car Challenge, Don’t Melt the Ice and Edible Physics to exploring the elements of colours, animation, shapes, paper, sculpture and more.

AFTERNOON TUTORING PROGRAM

Oct. 12 - May. 24 | M-F | 7:00am - 8:00am & 3:15 - 4:30pm | $180

Hybrid Instruction

The provision of small group tutoring provides interventions that address poor and declining student performance. When outcomes reach a point where recovery would be challenging or pose a significant challenge, it is helpful to utilise alternative approaches to convey concepts. The use of predominant learning styles not able to be adequately addressed within the traditional class period is a valued technique.