Safety and Hygiene

For the health and safety of the AISL Outdoor community, we are carefully monitoring the evolution of the ongoing COVID-19 situation and staying in close contact with local authorities. We offer a comprehensive refund policy or AISL Outdoor Summer Camps option in case of programme cancellations or non-participation due to travel restrictions. 

Safety at camp is always our first priority. We have implemented a few policies to ensure the health and well-being of everyone at camp, both campers and staff:

Hygiene -we have hand-washing breaks at regular intervals through the camp schedules to reduce the chances of spreading germs. Caring and sharing are important values we teach at camp, however we are asking everyone to not share personal snacks during camps. Also, our staff will adhere to strict food handling procedures during cookery programmes and mealtime.

Sick campers -we will be working with all families to ensure the safety of all campers. We are asking aII campers to remain at home if ill. The AISL OUTDOOR reserves the right to send home all ill children or staff.

Campers taking medicine - if campers need to take medicine during camps, parents need to inform the camp coordinator during registration time in the morning. You are required to fill in a Medicine Authorization Form (back of the Medical Form). For safety concerns, the coordinator will help the younger campers to keep the medicine and return it to campers at the end of each camp.