Young Champions® – A 2.5-Day Workshop that will Change Your Child’s Life!

A core requirement of MindChamps’ Professor Snyder’s Thinking Cap Learning System programme for P5 and P6 students, the Young Champions workshop is typically held over 2.5 days during the March school holidays at MindChamps HQ.

From sessions that push champs out of their comfort zone to hands-on activities that demonstrate that nothing is impossible when they put their minds (and the right strategies) to it, these form part of the exciting line-up during the Young Champions workshop. At every Young Champions workshop, it is truly amazing to witness the transformation of their energy as they strive to keep up with the fast pace of the programme and participate eagerly in all the activities and sessions.

Here’s a sneak preview of a recent Young Champions workshop:

mindchamps young champions workshop
Young Champs warming up at the start of the day.
mindchamps young champions workshop
Session in progress…
All geared-up for the activities
Participants all geared-up for the activities
mindchamps young champions workshop
Now, what could the trainer be doing with a squirt gun?
mindchamps young champions
The Assists demonstrating a key concept – can they still stay on in this position after that last chair is removed?
mindchamps young champions workshop
Mr David Chiem, Founder, Chairman & Group CEO of MindChamps, hosted a motivational session with the Champs.
mindchamps young champions workshop
A hands-on activity which demonstrates that anything is possible if we set our minds to it.
mindchamps young champions workshop
The 2.5-day workshop was wrapped up with the group performances.

 

A young Champ shares his thoughts on the Young Champions workshop:

mindchamps young champions workshop
Enson Yip (in purple t-shirt), a young champ who participated in the workshop recently shares his thoughts with us.

“After the workshop, I learnt that life and study time are like a game. There will be both fun and frustrating moments. While games have rules, there are deadlines and scores to work towards when it comes to homework. I am responsible for my homework and I need to put in not 100%, but 110% commitment.

“I enjoyed the hilarious stories from Mr Steve and Mr Faizal, and am happy that I managed to break through my physical and psychological barriers. I hope that I can join in the next Young Champions workshop at MindChamps.”

Enson Yip, 11 years old, Young Champions 2016 workshop participant

 

Find out more about MindChamps’ signature programme Professor Snyder’s Thinking Cap Learning System and how your child could benefit from it. 

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s