Welcome to "GASPA-PM"
In addition to our camp program, we offer an extended care program, which we now call "GASPA-PM".
This is a supplemental program which is available only during our 4-week camp program and is only open to students enrolled in our summer school camp program.
Extended care is available from 2-6pm. Additionally, we also offer extended care, before camp from 8-9am. All fees are now flat rates, we no longer charge by the hour.
Pricing information is available under Pricing & Registration.
You can sign up for extended care three different ways:
- GASPA-PM from 2-6pm for the entire camp period for a single flat rate (1-4 weeks)
- GASPA-PM from 2-6pm for single days of your choice. (billed weekly)
- Morning Drop in from 8-9am for days of your choice. (billed weekly)
Following the more structured and theme oriented summer school camp program, GASPA-PM offers opportunities to relax and choose between more singular activities such as reading and playing alone and group activities such as exploring the grounds outside with other children. In addition to this, in the afternoon, one to two planned and assisted activities will be offered for children present who are interested in participating. These activities include, but are not limited to: being read to, cooking, crafts, building, board games, group games, as well as movement, water or sand games. German language is still an integral part of the GASPA-PM program with the teachers and assistants all speaking German. However, the use of German by students will be more relaxed compared to the summer school camp program in the morning.
The GASPA-PM program is lead by a team of experienced and qualified adults, which dependent on demand, is supported further by assistants. Regardless if inside or out, the children are always under adult supervision by one or more of our team members. The number of staff on our GASPA-PM team is dependent upon the number of children registered.
As with our summer school camp program, German is the official program language. Everything will take place in German.
Children are required to bring their own food and drink for the afternoon.