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Trilok Summer Camp

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Trilok Summer Camp

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Reviews (4)

  • Review from the 2020 Summer Camp Survey

    Age of child: 2.75 Comment: Trilok's lovely garden lured us into taking the chance on summer camp during the pandemic. The school also has two large playspaces on the rooftops. Safety protocols were clearly communicated and largely followed, as far as I could tell. The staff were kind and attentive, and my son came home happy and bearing fun art projects. He thrived under the program, and we were pleased that the experience served as a trial run for sending him back to preschool safely this fall. What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? There was some disorganization at the beginning with what my son needed to bring to camp and he came home one day wearing another child's clothes. Anything related to COVID and how the camp handled it you'd like to add? The mask policy was clearly communicated and I think the staff handled it well. The littlest campers were asked to wear masks but I don't believe they placed undue pressure on the kids. I appreciated it as an exercise in getting my son accustomed to wearing masks at school.
  • Summer camps for 2s

    Our school Trilok, has summer programs for 2's. They have a gentle approach based on the principles of Gandhi. There is a large garden on site, and they spend the majority of the morning outside, or on one of their on-site playgrounds. They learn about gardening, composting, etc. For 2's they still take a nap indoors at 1pm, the program is from 9-3 during summer and you can choose by the week. I love the Brooklyn nature days concept, but at 2, I needed camp to be until 3 and they don't have a nap option like other camps at that age, so it felt a better fit last summer. Also transporting a group of 2yo's anywhere is difficult, so I liked that they stayed on site and had outdoor options. I picked him up at 3 and we still had plenty of hours to spend outside at the parks... they have extended day too, I believe.
  • camps for our rising kindergarteners?

    Our son has been attending Trilok school in Fort Greene since he was 2 and a half and we sent him to summer camp there. They do it daily from 9-3. The school had a nice garden where the school plants some veggies. They also have a nice rooftop where the kids play outside. The teachers are nice. And they may do a trip or two around the neighborhood. They also put on a little show at the end of each summer session (I think they have two). In my opinion it’s the right balance of consistency/special activities for little ones.
  • camps for rising Kindergarteners?

    Our son has been attending Trilok school in Fort Greene since he was 2 and a half and we sent him to summer camp there. They do it daily from 9-3. The school had a nice garden where the school plants some veggies. They also have a nice rooftop where the kids play outside. The teachers are nice. And they may do a trip or two around the neighborhood. They also put on a little show at the end of each summer session (I think they have two). In my opinion it’s the right balance of consistency/special activities for little ones.

 

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