Xplore is celebrating its first anniversary in June this year. The academy is rolling out anniversary experiential courses and registration has just started for the sessions to be held on 26 June and 3 July. Xplore will cooperate with new partners to give more surprises to the young Xplorers. In addition, the academy will be offering summer courses for consecutively five weekends starting from 17 July, allowing children to enjoy summer with experiences full of energy and inspiration.
Unique anniversary courses will begin from 26 June. The newly launched “Steam-up Kid” course will be hosted by Innordics, which advocates Finnish learning experiences and provides opportunities for children to explore scientific experiments through games. Next, we have something completely different. Using Tibetan singing bowl for mediation, the “Tibetan Singing Bowl Family Workshop” will be led by experienced therapy platform Stillness Sound, allowing both children and parents to enjoy a tranquil weekend. For little ones who are interested in arts and crafts, they can join the “Animal’s Medal” class hosted by CreativeKids and create medals for Animal Olympics with their imagination. Children who are energetic can take part in the “Little Roller”, a course from HK Roller Skating School established by Hong Kong Team coach Mr Choy Ka Chai. Children can feel the speed and learn the techniques in this exciting sport.
In appreciation of their support to Xplore, all Xplore’s members can join the anniversary programme at a special price of HK$50 per session* and celebrate the birthday with Xplore together.
Register now as an Xplore member to enjoy exclusive membership benefits
Parents interested in enrolling their children for Xplore anniversary experiential courses can do so by simply registering to be a Lee Gardens Club member for free, before purchasing the paid Xplore annual membership for their children. All newly registered Xplore members will also receive a HK$250 course discount code.
The Xplore annual membership fees are as follows:
• 1st child: HK$250/year
• 2nd child: HK$200/year
• 3rd and subsequent child: HK$150/year