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Student Clubs

We are happy to provide this information about after school clubs for 2017-18:

Free Kick FC

Description
World Cup Soccer League for Youth Ages 4 -12

Days
Mondays

When
November 20-February 5, 2018 Indoor Soccer

Cost

Contact
Carrie Serwetnyk (info@freekickfc.com)

Additional Information
All Participants will receive a Tim Hortons Uniform, Socks, Soccer Ball and Medal

LEGO Robotics

Robotics at University Hill Elementary with Daedalos Enrichment Programs:
Coding. Building. Computational Thinking. Teamwork. Lots of fun! Younger kids in Grades 1-3 will create, build, program and operate robotic animals, machines and vehicles with LEGO® Education WeDo, while older kids in Grades 4-7 will learn to code with LEGO® Mindstorms. Along the way, they develop computational and critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork skills.
When: Mondays 3:15 - 4:45 pm (7 weeks) January 8th to March 12th, 2018.
Where: University Hill Elementary School - Multipurpose Room
Cost: $198.45 (GST Included)
 
We look forward to another exciting term at UHill!​

Contact
Ana Golland (info@daedalos.ca)

Additional Information
Grade 1 to 5. Available for Kindergarten only in the Spring. More information at the Daedalos Enrichment Programs website. Students in this program have opportunities to join various Robotics Competitions around the Lower Mainland.

 

Ocean Explorer

WINTER AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM: Ocean Explorer
 
Explore our fascinating oceans from the classroom!
 
Join us on an exciting ocean adventure with fun, interactive games and activities in Sea Smart’s Ocean Explorer after school program. Developed by a marine biologist with over 15 years of experience in conservation and education, Ocean Explorer is the best way to get your child’s feet wet in the world of marine biology!
 
Our classes are almost twice as long as other programs to accommodate parents’ long work days, and give more time for kids to develop amazing Ocean Awareness Projects! Your kids have so much fun they don’t even realize they’re learning outside of school! Bonus: Ocean Explorer helps your kids develop essential life skills like critical thinking, problem solving, and teamwork, all while having fun and making the world a better place.
 
Register your child and their friends today!
 
ALL NEW CURRICULUM EACH TERM
 
For Grades 1 to 4
Dates: 8 Thursdays, Jan 18-Mar 8, 2018
Time: 3:00 to 4:45 pm
Location: Room 112 (Garden Room)
Cost: $240 per child (includes cool t-shirt)
 
Bursaries available. Contact info@seasmartschool.com to apply.


Contact
Dr. Elaine Leung ( seasmartschool.com or info@seasmartschool.com)

Additional Information
For grades 1-4

Uhill Coding Club

Description
Coding clubs are becoming popular around the world. The idea behind it is to expose kids to the concepts of coding and computer science through games. The basics help nurture creativity and problem-solving skills and prepare students for the future. We will be using drag and drop programs online similar to what you see here.
Ipads and laptops will be provided.

Days
Wednesdays 3:00 – 3:50

When
Winter program – January 31st to February 28th

Cost
$30 / 5 sessions

Contact
Sign up HERE or contact Aaron for questions (UhillCodingClub@gmail.com)

Additional Information
Grades 1 to 5 Max 20 Kids per unit

Piority registration will be give to children who have yet to participate in the Coding Club.

Vancouver Chess School

Description
Vancouver Chess School offers a comprehensive and progressive program that allows students to learn how to play chess in the optimal manner by gradually increasing complexity. Within 1.5 class hour we will teach our students different chess
concepts, solve a large variety of tactical exercises, play practice games and tournaments. In addition, our students can use a wide range of our own unique on-line resources and software for homework, class material and games.

Days
Tuesdays 3:00 to 4:30

When
All school year and students can register and join the program any time

Cost
$210 / 14 sessions (fall semester)

Contact
Natasha natasha@vanchess.ca)

Additional Information
For grades 1-6

Young Naturalists Club

Description
Through weekly hands-on exploration sessions, guided by an inquiry-based learning model and facilitated by local content experts, students will explore various aspects of our local ecosystems. The primary purpose of the club is to engage students and help them develop an early love – or at the very least, a respect — for nature, science, and the environment.

Days
Wednesdays 3-5pm

When
Two separate units: 6-8 weeks in the fall, 6-8 weeks in the spring

Cost
$50 / unit

Contact
Jen McCutcheon (jencapell@gmail.com or 604-704-2567)

Additional Information
Children in grades 1-5 can apply to join (max 20 kids per unit). Kindergarteners can also apply if a parent will accompany them​​​​