Make friends and have fun at Brighton’s “Friendship Factory” this summer! Our summer camp program focuses on providing elementary students with fun, engaging play-based opportunities to learn and practice important friendship and social skills in a summer camp environment. This structured program facilitates positive peer interactions in 5 key friendship-building areas: Conversation Skills. Cooperative Play Skills, Friendship Management Skills. Self-Regulation and Conflict Management. Lunch included.
The Brighton School program begins from the understanding that not all students are able to adapt themselves to the curriculum; rather, in order to reach their potentials, they require an academic environment that adapts itself to them. There are lots of challenges out there, and Brighton has a history of helping their students meet all of them, no matter what form they might take. All of that is carried over into the summer programs, which are intended to be fun, first and foremost, while also building children’s confidence around social interactions, self-regulation, and conflict resolution. For parents, the summer programs allow an opportunity to engage children while extending and augmenting the skills that they are learning throughout the year. Staff are supportive, and highly experienced in working with children, particularly those with a range of special needs.
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