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Filipino Institute Abu Dhabi now accepts admission for summer camp program


Filipino Institute Abu Dhabi campus is now offering Summer Camp program for youngsters in the capital. With the goal to create a unique, sustainable centred safe setting for the young ones to explore new ideas while they interact in all fun activities offered to them, a staff that is trained to interact with youngsters holistically with a progressive concentrate on independent learning will teach them. 

While the admission has started, Filipino Institute Abu Dhabi clarified that slots are very limited. They admit with a minimum of five kids and a maximum of 10 to 12 kids per class. 

The program also offers a flexible attendance program. They offer three full hours for three half days with an option for a morning or afternoon session. Camps are scheduled ON Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday, or kids can optionally attend on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. 

The daily program includes Reading, Writing, Numbers, Arts and Crafts, Hip-hop and Ballroom, and Piano and Guitar Lessons. 

They are also flexible for other scheduling options or for multiple children and sibling rates.

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