Frequently Asked Questions

What  are Joy Theatre Camps?

Joy's total-immersion theatre courses have a variety of English course levels, suited to children from 3 to 13 years. Here children will have the opportunity to practice and develop their social skills, improve their confidence, public speaking abilities and level of English with professional actors and teachers, and perform in a professional performance for their parents at the end of the week. Camps take place in the fun and friendly environment of their local school!

When and where do the courses take place?

We work with many schools across Europe to bring Summer Days camps to your local area. Camps take place in the school holidays across Europe. A course usually consists of five camp days from 8.30 until 16.00 from Monday to Friday. Please check our registration page for the exact time and dates of the course in your local area!

How can I become a Host School?

I you would like to work with Joy in becoming a host school and learn about the benefits in doing so, please feel to contact our Information Desk. 

What to expect throughout the camp?

We want to make Joy Summer Days as relaxing as possible for all the schools and organisations we work with to deliver our Summer course. Below you are able to find a comprehensive list of the main preparations and services we are responsible for: 

 

  • Select, train and prepare staff

  • Provide teaching materials which are  carefully chosen and tailored to each age group and level of language proficiency. 

  • Provide sports equipment and toys such as footballs, frisbies and tennis equiptment

  • Organise lesson and day plans

  • Arrange a round trip and accommodation of Tutors

  • Provide water pistols and show costumes for the children

  • Provide lighting equipment, smoke machines and scenery for the shows.

...and everything else in between!

What will the kids learn throughout the week?

Our summer courses are a great way to teach children how to become more sociable and confident in their lives. With a professional English performance performed for their parents, students have the opportunity to develop their public speaking skills - a very useful tool for later in life.

In addition, with water games, language games, arts and crafts and fun with native British actors -Joy Theatre Camps are a great way to spend the summer!

Who are the tutors?

Our qualified native tutors, are selected through a rigorous interview process in the UK and further undergo our own training process and extensive background checks in accordance with UK guidelines. All teacher's undergo a UK DBS criminal background check and provide references from previous employers. All of the tutors are experienced, native speakers of English and have outstanding teaching and sports skill. Each Tutor teaches a small group of 10 - 14 children so that we can create an intimate learning environment where all students are able to participate, make friends and have fun as easily as possible. More information regarding our safegaurding processes can be found via our Safe Guarding Policy.