Our Programs

Great Futures Start Here.

Our programs use an integrated model of age‐appropriate social, recreational and academic activities that involve proven strategies for building positive relationships, mentoring, conflict resolution, skill development, leadership training and leading a healthy active lifestyle. Our programs are developed in collaboration with youth, their families and other partners to create comprehensive healthy living opportunities for children and youth.

Summer Day Camp 

Social recreational activities for children over the summer months

Summer Day Camp

July/August
Camp hours: Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

The Club will be opened from 8:30 – 5:30 to accommodate working parents

Program Goals
To provide social recreational activities for children over the summer months that will;

  • enhance self-esteem
  • promote positive peer co-operation
  • bridge the summer learning gap
  • increase community awareness
  • teach healthy alternatives to aggressive behaviours
  • Increase knowledge of personal health and nutrition
  • to reduce stress on working parents
  • includes 3 field trips per week

    $125.00 per week – subsidies available

 

OUT OF SCHOOL PROGRAMS

After School Program

Constructive, affordable after school care in an informal and relaxed environment

After School Program Details

September to June Monday – Friday 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Ages: 4‐12 Program Goals To provide constructive, affordable after school care in an informal, relaxed environment designed to provide opportunities to complete homework and engage in learning activities through peer support and mentoring and to develop skills that will;

  • encourage personal interests and benefit future learning opportunities.
  • improve attitudes about school and learning
  • foster a sense of belonging and self- worth
  • strengthen decision making, communication and problem solving skills
  • expand planning and goal setting abilities
  • promote good work habits and task persistence
  • increase knowledge of personal health and nutrition

$40.00 per week – subsidies available

 $10 per day for daily rate

 

To book courtesy seat transportation to the After School program please go to Student Transportation – CLASS Shared School Services Chatham-Kent (cklass.ca). Set up a profile. Seat selection is available in August

PD Day Program

Full day program on PA Days. $40.00 per child. 

Babysitters Course

Our babysitter training course is packed with activities and hands-on practice for you child, to increase their confidence and give them the skills needed to be the best babysitter possible. 

With this training, you child will develop skills that will:

  • Help them find and prepare for a babysitting job
  • Help them care for kids of all ages and deal with difficult situations
  • Help them prepare safe and fun activities
  • Help them make safe choices while babysitting
  • Provide Emergency First Aid

Upon completion of the course, your child will receive a wallet sized care, as well as their own babysitters handbook!

At Home Alone + First Aid

At the Home Alone + First Aid Course, your child will learn how to stay safe through interactive lessons, role play and hands on training. Your child will become more confident to make safe choices while home alone.

With this training, your child will learn:

  • Their rights and responsibilities when home alone
  • How to respond safely to phone calls and unexpected visitors
  • How to keep constructively occupied
  • When to know they are ready to be left alone
  • How to respond to an emergency

They will also learn how to respond to medical emergencies like:

  • Cuts, scrapes, and bleeding
  • Burns
  • Choking
  • Broken bones

Upon completion, your child will receive a Home Alone certificate.

This program includes a parent e-Guidebook.

French with Bella

Book a virtual one-to-one personal tutoring session with Bella. Session will be specifically customized to meet the individual needs of the French learner.

For more information contact Bella Hard at bhard@bgcsarnia.com

Drop-In Programs

Our programs tackle relevant social issues, encourage and empower children and youth, and help them set a path for success.

ART CLUB 

Art Club is a fun way for your kids to explore their creative side, learn valuable skills, and enjoy expressing themselves.

All equipment supplied. 

  • ages 4-12, Wednesday’s from 6:30pm-8:30pm, runs September-June

S.T.E.A.M Ahead

Mixing visual, auditory, and hands-on activities to engage different learning styles, S.T.E.A.M Ahead  encourages children to explore STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) fundamentals mixing visual, auditory, and hands-on activities that engage different learning styles and encourage creativity and innovation.

  • S.T.E.A.M takes place on Thursday evenings, Sept-June from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Ages 4-12 years.

Kid Food Nation – Sarnia, Forest and Thedford

Kid Food Nation is a national food skills initiative, designed for kids aged 7-13 years. The initiative aims to help improve Canadians’ food skills and support healthy eating habits by empowering and educating kids, parents and families to develop practical knowledge and experience related to planning, preparing and cooking healthy meals and snacks.

EBY – Empowering Black Youth

At EBY, our mission is to provide a safe and inclusive drop-in space for Black children and youth, where they can thrive, explore their potential, and build a strong foundation for success.

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