Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Rare Chance to the Nourish Creativity Through Technology this Summer!

Here is what Schogini Systems has to say about their summer camp to be held in Trivandrum in April

The best way to predict your future is to create it!

Give your kids the opportunity now, and watch the latent inventor blossom.

You introduce them to technology as you introduce them to reading, language arts and history – through play. There is no reason for technology to be dull and boring and a children’s fun workshop in technology makes these subjects come to life right in front of their eyes.

Yes! Kids can certainly have fun with electronics, and better still, they open their imagination to using science and math for creativity.

Who Can Learn?

This type of fun with electronics and programming class is best suited for children 8 to 14 years old. “Are you sure?” you might be asking. Yes! This is a fun and interactive workshop.

Any Hazards?

Absolutely no, experiments are all battery powered. We teach the basics of electronics and programming without any hazards.

Dates and Timings?

April 7th to May 2nd 2014 (Week days).

Two batches 9am-12pm and 2pm-5pm.


St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Pattom, Trivandrum.

Topics Overview?

Incredible experience to understand what electronics is, what programming is and how to combine both to interact with the physical world.

Essential basics in electronics through practical sessions and projects
Visual programming, game development tools and projects
Physical computing concepts and practical experiments (program and move objects) using Lego WEDO+Scratch, Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Who is conducting the course?

Award winning mobile game development company registered with the STPI( Software Technology Parks India) and best engineers from CET (College of Engineering Trivandrum)


The child must have access to a computer at home. Parent/Guardian must bring/accompany the child to the venue.

Transportation provided?



Call 9387 805 101 today or email

Summer options for kids in Trivandrum

There are many choices of kids’ summer camps to choose from, now you can make your decision easier with this breakdown of summer camps for children in Trivandrum.

Looking for summer camps in Trivandrum?

It is that time of the year again when schools close and parents look for ways to beat holiday boredom. How to keep children entertained while equipping them with skills for the new term – that is the new challenge. Summer camps provide the solution. It takes them away from computers, TV, and other high-tech gadgets, swapping them for creative hobbies, fun, exercise and games in a natural setting. From sport and art-based camps to public speaking and personality development, there are summer camps offering all kinds of awesome activities for children in Trivandrum.

Our summer camp listing makes planning your child’s summer easier than ever!
Yes, we’ve got the list of everything from the city’s most innovative summer camps for kids to traditional ones – visit our site and plan the perfect summer for your children.

Science and Technology

Electronics and Programming Basics – Schogini Systems (Age 8 to 14)

Scientific Working Models – Green Valley International School (classes 3, 4 and 5 only)

Creative Summer Science Workshop – Kerala Science and Technology Museum (classes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 completed)

Communication development

Spoken English – Veta

Personality Development – JCI

Language classes combined with other co-curricular activities

The Alliance Francaise summer camp will include French classes and workshops for children: Dance, theatre, painting, scultpure, cooking and more.

Goethe Zentrum presents many creative activities that enrich and entertain you accompanied by a tint of German

Art and Cultural Activities

Vacation classes in art, music, dance, drawing, painting and other extra curricular activities are offered by MCBS Kalagramam and Castalia Activity Center.

Sports and Martial Arts

Tennis – Trivandrum Tennis Club, Trivandrum Club

Swimming – Trivandrum Club

Badminton – Sri Moolam Club

So how do you select the right camp for your child? Check out all the available options and choose the one which offers activities that match your child’s interests. It would be good to have children also involved in choosing their own camps. You may look for something educational but it should not merely be an extension of school or daycare. It should preferably have activities that your child wouldn’t typically have access to, that get him or her active and help develop new skills. Well trained staff, safety aspects and hygiene are other aspects that you would need to consider.