Summer Springboard for Primary Schools consists of camps, outings, drama, games and Cambridge Young Learner English Test preparation programmes. They provide opportunities for primary students to learn English in a fun yet rather condensed setting while helping keen students to complete the common Cambridge tests during summer. The programmes assure students that summer is both happy and productive, fun and practical.
Summer Springboard for Primary Schools 2018 Catalogue
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Grant Scheme on Promoting Effective English Language Learning in Primary Schools (PEEGS)

The Grant Scheme on Promoting Effective English Language Learning in Primary Schools is launched by the Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) in the 2017/18 school year. Headstart Group has specially designed a series of programmes and corresponding services to support and assist primary schools to develop and implement school-based English enhancement measures.

To find out more about PEEGS and Headstart’s PEEGS service, please visit our PEEGS home page.

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Summer STEAM Programmes NEW!

A lot has been said about why our primary school students need to have STEAM education!

In the summer of 2018, we are proud to introduce THREE interesting, practical and challenging STEAM programmes. These 15-hour hands-on and projectbased STEAM programmes focus on developing critical and divergent thinking, communication and problemsolving skills, appreciation of cooperation and collaboration.

Programme A: A City that Never Sleeps

In modern days, only with electricity can our city operate properly. This programme focuses on electricity and its application. Basic concepts about electricity, conduction and circuits will be introduced. Students will design their own city and light it up with copper foil tape, squishy circuits and conductive ink.


  • To understand and apply the concepts of electricity and conduction
  • To create closed circuits
  • To design a miniature city with different materials

Programme B: 3D Bridges

Integrating 3D printing and the teaching of physics, arch and tension, this programme facilitates application of technology to tackle real-life problems. Throughout this programme, lessons are united by a mission to construct bridges for a city, in which students will use 3D printing pens to accomplish different tasks.


  • To understand and apply the concepts of dimensions
  • To analyse problems and to come up with solutions
  • To be creative and create objects
  • To make objects based on analysis and to develop the abilities to modify and improve them

Programme C: Lemonade for Sale

In this programme, students will learn to set up their lemonade stand through which they will develop knowledge about business operations and transactions. This programme also emphases role play to enhance students’ abilities to speak in English.


  • To understand and apply the concepts of transaction
  • To apply creativity and design a lemonade stand
  • Through role play, to immerse in dialogues