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RNS Camps

Destination Science Camp!

Destination Science is an amazing opportunity for children in Grades 3 to 6 to learn about science in a fun, hands-on, experimental environment. Each week, campers will be learning and performing experiments based on 5 different science strands - Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Geology.


Every Monday from November 20th to December 18th from 5:45 to 7:15pm

Grades 3 to 6

$125 (including HST)

Rothesay Netherwood School - Hibbard House

Examples of weekly experiments:
Simulating Phases of the Moon and Eclipses
Building a Scale Solar System
Creating Meteorite Craters

Sorting Living Organisms
Identifying Wild Leaves
Dissecting Animals

Creating Metal
Exploding Chemicals
Breathing Acid

Diffracting Laser Beams
Refracting Light
Making Waves from Springs

Simulating a Magnetic Field
Simulating Natural Disasters
Building a Volcano

Holiday Fusion Camp!
Need a break from the Christmas Break? Want to master a new skill or learn to play a new game? Would you like to go skating and play broomball? Do you want to try a variety of S.T.E.A.M. (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Mathematics) activities?
Of course, you do! Good news, you can do all of this and more at the three-day RNS Camps – Holiday Fusion Camp!
Wednesday, January 3rd to Friday, January 5th, 2018 from 9:00am to 4:00pm
Students in Grades 1 to 6
$160 (includes HST)
Rothesay Netherwood School – Irving Gymnasium, Memorial Arena, Hibbard Hall

For more information please contact Geoffrey McCullogh at 506.847.2619 or camps@rns.cc
ESL Summer Experience Camp

Rothesay Netherwood School is proud to offer an extraordinary English as a Second Language (ESL) Summer Experience in Atlantic Canada. This three-week program, held during the summer, is designed for motivated students aged 12 to 18 years, who wish to enrol in an English speaking school or study English as an academic subject in their own country. The ESL Summer Experience focuses on reading, writing and oral comprehension.

During the course of this program, students will receive 25 hours per week of English language instruction from RNS’s dedicated and professional teaching staff. Students are placed in an appropriate learning level and the classes are kept small, with a teacher to student ratio of 1:15. Our small class sizes allow for individual learning and the opportunity for leadership, development and personal growth through creative problem solving, team building and peer support.

The ESL Summer Experience at RNS also provides recreational activities, sightseeing tours, and social and cultural events. These opportunities allow students to learn more about the Canadian culture and travel within Atlantic Canada including excursions to Prince Edward Island, St. Andrews, Fredericton, Saint John, and Halifax, Nova Scotia. While on campus, students will utilize RNS’s state of the art academic and athletic facilities, as well as participate in evening social activities. Fees for the ESL Experience program include English classes, activities, tours, meals and accommodation.

Q. How many hours per week will I be in the classroom?

Q. How long will it take to process my ESL Summer Experience Program application?

Q. Do I need to purchase health insurance? 

Could you please tell us how many students are in each group? (Maximum group size)

Q. What is the focus of the Summer English Program? 
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Contact RNS Camps
Mr. Geoffrey McCullogh
Director of Camps
Office: 506.848.0852
Cell: 506.647.2083
Application Centre
Click here to fill out the online application form.

Click her for the ESL Summer Experience waiver and consent information.
Information Links
Click here to view our brochure.

Click here for details on camp costs.

Click to learn more about the ESL Summer Experience.