Here are some questions we often get asked by Parents before they book with us. If you would like to speak to us directly we are always happy to help, so please feel free to call us on +65 6289 5888 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: There is no bus service available for the Camp Asia Academy. Parents and Guardians are required to drop and pick their child up accordingly.
No prior experience is required! All Academies have a pathway that begins at 'beginner' level, so we welcome all who wish to join and we do not turn anybody away because of lack of experience or skill. We are open to anybody who loves sport and wishes to train and grow with us.
Of course! We welcome boys and girls alike to join us at our training sessions and they are entirely currently co-ed.
A: Coping with the weather is part of the package with our outdoor sports like Soccer or Swimming. If there is no lightning risk, we will proceed with training as per normal, provided that the rain is not too heavy as to impede training.
Our main concern is with lightning risk. We take guidance from both information provided by the National Environment Agency (NEA), the school's lightening warning system, as well as weather observations at the site itself. In the event of Lightening or torrential weather, the Camp Asia Academy team will make the call to cancel and reschedule the Soccer or Swimming sessions.
A: For haze conditions, we take guidance from the PSI readings published by the NEA, in particular the 3-hour PSI for Singapore and the West and Central regions of Singapore (as the case may be). Taking guidance from NEA and the practice of international schools in Singapore, we will take the following actions based on the last available 3-hour PSI reading before the start of training:
< 100: Training will proceed as usual.
> 100: Training will be moved indoors to Stamford Arena
A: In the event of an accident, first aid will be administered to children in our care, and the emergency services will be called if necessary. During our weekly program, essential medication must be handed to our coaches for safe-keeping. As we take our duty of care very seriously, all Camp Asia staff are certified in First Aid and CPR conducted by the American Red Cross and these staff have also undergone training in anaphylaxis management.