Experiential Learning Week 2019

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ELW '19

Are you ready for the experience of a lifetime? Students will have the opportunity to select one of the following Experiential Learning Programs which will take place during the week of November 22 to 30, 2019. 

These exciting and educational programs are designed to give students the opportunity to extend their learning beyond the walls of the classroom and are structured around one or more of the following themes:

  • Leadership Skills and Collaboration
  • Enhancing Cultural Awareness
  • Community Involvement Through Service Projects
  • Enriching Creativity
  • Adventure and Sports

By participating in these learning experiences, students will enhance their 21st Century learning competencies while developing skills in the following areas:

  • Independence
  • Leadership
  • Organization
  • Collaboration
  • Responsibility
  • Empathy
  • Problem-Solving
  • Global Awareness
  • Resilience 
Destinations and Activities: Brochure Information 


Presentations from the May 28 Information Sessions

International Destinations 

| Kyoto City Tour | Rustic Pathways - Fiji | Rustic Pathways - Thailand | Vietnam Culture Tour

Me to We Service Program: India | Toronto City & Universities Tour | London City & Universities Tour

Hong Kong Based Overnight Programs

DragonFly Adventure Camp

Hong Kong Based Programs

Action Activity Camp | Art Jam | Exploring Hong Kong - Vlogs (7 to 9) | Exploring Hong Kong - Vlogs (10 - 12)

| MakerCampSteam Camp |   Volunteering in PG1 and Grade 1 

Information Sessions
  • May 28, 2019 from 1:25 pm – 2:05 pm.
  • September 23, 2019 at 10:00am
  • November 8, 2019 at 12:12 pm
Improtant Dates
  • Signup Begins - May 28 5:00 pm
  • Signup Deadline - June 3 12:00 pm
  • Permission Form Sent Out - June 5
  • Payment Deadline - June 12 4:00 pm
  • No Further Overseas Enrolment (For New Families) - June 12 4:00 pm
  • First Program Meeting - September 23 period 2
  • Welcome Letter Distribution
  • Medication Form Distribution - Due one week later
  • What to Bring/Pack
  • Second Program Meeting - November 8 period 3 (Collection of remaining Medical Questionaries) 
  • Student receive Ziploc Bag for Medications - November 11, 2019
  • Medications Returned to the Health Room - November 18, 2019
  • Medications collected by program leaders from the Health Room - November 22
Medication Policy

If your child requires prescription or over the counter medicine, a Student Medical Information Form must have been submitted. The following procedure will take place:

  • Homeroom teachers will give students a ziploc bag with their name on it on Monday, November 11th.
  • Parents must place medication in the ziploc bag.
  • The medication must be returned to the Health Room no later than Monday, November 18th for checking. 
  • DSCS/DSCAP students submit to the Health Room in Taikoo Shing and DSCKE students submit to the Health Room in KE.
  • Ziploc bags will be collected on Friday, November 22nd from the Health Room by Program Leaders.
  • DSCKE will send via school currier all medications collected to the DSCTKS Health Room for distribution to Program Leaders.
  • The Health Room staff will place the medication and the medical form in the ziploc bag.
  • Students may be given their Asthma inhaler once at destination. Staff will ensure they know how to use it and when to ask for help.

If your child needs the medicine between November 18th and the day we leave, please have them give the medicine in the ziploc bag to the assigned supervisor at the airport.  All medicine must be in original packaging. The medicine must be taken under teacher supervision. Under no circumstances are students to carry, share, or misuse any medications. Any breach of this policy will result in the student facing disciplinary action upon return to the School.



All Experiential Learning Programs are supervised by Delia School of Canada staff. International Programs will have a 1:10 staff:student ratio and Hong Kong Programs will have a 1:15 ratio.

Student Eligibility

To be eligible to participate, a student must be enrolled and attending classes at the time of the Experiential Learning Week. To remain eligible, students must remain in good standing with the School by complying with the Student Code of Conduct. The School reserves the right to exclude students from certain programs and to remove students from programs after sign-up based on student behaviour and conduct. In some cases, all deposits and fees may be forfeited. If a student is removed from a program while off-site due to a breach in the Student Code of Conduct or other School policy, the parent/guardian will be required to travel to the site to collect the student and bring him/her home (the cost of this is the responsibility of the parent or guardian).

DSC reserves the right to modify or cancel any program due to insufficient student numbers or unexpected safety considerations.