Rupetta Academy, will in July unveil the maiden Summer Tech Swimmers Coding, Chess, and Swimming Club which is aimed at positively engaging school children in productive ventures.
This was disclosed on Monday in a statement by the Academy’s Chief Executive Officer Katmaan Senlong on Monday June 19, 2023. According to Senlong, those who will handle various sessions include highly skilled experts and renowned tutors from United Kingdom among others.
“This club offers a unique blend of activities found in individual coding, chess, and swimming clubs, providing an exceptional opportunity for children to learn, interact, make friends, and make the most of their vacation.
“Led by a team of highly skilled experts, some of whom are renowned tutors from the UK, including Sally Gleave (Sportsperson – Martial Arts) and Cristobal Antonio Gutierrez (Khrisfitness), all top performers in their fields, the Rupetta Academy Summer Tech Swimmers Coding, Chess, and Swimming club promises to be an enriching experience for children, fostering growth, learning, and enjoyment.
“Rupetta Academy aims to equip children with the skills necessary to thrive in today’s ever-evolving world of technology. The club’s objective is to empower children and introduce them to new skills in a fun and engaging manner while embracing the joy of learning.
“Each club activity brings a unique set of benefits that contribute to holistic growth and development. Coding, for example, enhances problem-solving abilities, creativity, and self-assurance, while swimming improves cardiovascular health, muscle strength, coordination, and balance.
“Chess, a game renowned for enhancing critical thinking, memory, and self-discipline, encourages strategic thinking and forward planning. Children are challenged to anticipate various scenarios within the game, fostering a sharp intellect.”
At the end of the program, participants are expected to acquire a comprehensive skill set which will prepare them for future academic and professional pursuits.
Senlong appealed to parents to enrol their children in the programme designed to engage young minds during the long vacation period.