Oak Learners Summer Camps 2022

Two convenient South Etobicoke locations to choose from!

Environmental Stewardship

Understanding the responsibility of caring for our local environment.

Navigation and Mapping

Developing skills to navigate the local community and trails.

Observation and Inquiry

Scientific investigation and STEAM integration sparked by natural observation and inquiry.

Sense of “Place” and Belonging,

Building an understanding our place and role in our community.

Local Culture and Heritage

Developing an appreciation for local culture, tradition and heritage.

Oak Learners is excited to be entering our 8th Summer Camp Season!


We offer a unique summer camp experience designed to engage children and make them want to return year after year.

Creativity: We encourage campers to be creative and explore various means of expression. We plan out a variety of activities including music and art to allow campers to ‘give it a go’.

Mindfulness: In addition to the engaging and busy camp activities, we plan in times where campers can take time to reflect and relax. Mindfulness activities include yoga, meditation, specific self-awareness activities and time to stop and think.

STEAM: Through Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math activities, campers will have the opportunity to develop their social skills, confidence and cognitive flexibility. 

Community: Campers will spend as much time outdoors as possible. They will enjoy field trips that give them the opportunity to experience situations that they might not usually have the chance to.
Campers can explore natural surroundings and understand their part in nature and the local community.

*NEW* Two Locations for Summer 2022!


Royal York Campus – 394 Royal York Rd. (Royal York/Hay Ave)

Lakeshore Campus – 3003 Lakeshore Blvd W (Lakeshore/Ninth st)

Oak Learners regularly reviews and implements precautions and enhancements to our camps and programming to protect the health and safety of our campers and our staff, as per the guidelines from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Toronto Public Health. Read more.

Arts & Adventure Camps

What to expect at Arts & Adventures Camp:

At our Arts & Adventures Camp, campers will spend the day doing a variety of planned activities which are both indoors and outdoors. They will learn, explore their creative side, have fun and make new friends.

Activities are based on the weekly themes which have been carefully planned by our camp counsellors. Campers will have the opportunity to spend time outside in the local community and try new activities. If you want your child to have a structured and enjoyable week, our Arts & Adventures Camp is the place to go.

Activities may include:

  • Nature trails
  • Arts and crafts creations
  • Composing music
  • Mindfulness events
  • Sports and challenges
  • Trip to local parks
  • Team games and team building activities
  • Science experiments

Campers will also have the opportunity to visit local splash pads and wading pools and you will be notified of “water days” to help pack accordingly.

A Typical Day at Arts & Adventures Camp:

8:00-9:00 – Early Drop-Off Programming (add-on)

8:45 – 9:15 – Drop-off, welcome and arrival activities

9:15 – 10:00 – First activity e.g. artistic designs on the weekly theme

10:00 – 11:00 – Second activity e.g. music on the weekly theme

11:00 – 11:15 – AM Snack

11:15 – 12:15 – Third activity e.g. outdoor explorations

12:15 – 1:15 – LUNCH

1:15 – 1:45 – Mindfulness activity

1:45 – 3:00 – Fourth activity e.g. nature trail and games

3:00 – 3:30 – Reflections & celebrations

3:30 – 4:00 – Closing Activities & Dismissal

4:00-6:00 pm  – Extended Day Programming (add-on)

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Eco Adventures Camps

What to expect at Eco Adventures Camp:

At our Eco Adventures Camp, campers will spend the ENTIRE DAY OUTSIDE exploring the local area and the beauty within it. They will experience learning in a different way, play outside and find out about the local community.

Campers will take trips to places such as the Humber River, Mimico Creek Trail, Humber Bay Shores and Mimico Waterfront. Campers will be fully outside and be regularly ‘on the move’.

Activities may include:

  • Animal explorations
  • Hiking
  • Survival skills
  • Mindfulness activities
  • Nature trails
  • Sketching sceneries
  • Team games and team building activities

Campers will also have the opportunity to visit local splash pads and wading pools and you will be notified of “water days” to help pack accordingly.

With this being a fully outdoors camp, campers are strongly encouraged to pack lightly with everything they need for the whole day.

Our Eco Adventures Camp will only come indoors if it is necessary for campers and the counsellors safety. Counsellors will plan for ‘rainy days’ but may need to use an indoor location if there are extreme weather warnings.

A Typical Day at Eco Adventures Camp:

8:00-9:00 – Early Drop-Off Programming (add-on)

8:45 – 9:15 – Drop-off, welcome and arrival activities

9:15 – 10:15 – First activity e.g. animal exploration and nature trail

10:15 – 10:45 – AM Snack & Minfulness

10:45 – 12:15 – Second activities e.g. hiking and artistic sketches

12:15 – 1:15 – LUNCH

1:15 – 1:45 – Team games

1:45 – 3:00 – Third activities e.g. survival skills and team building

3:00 – 3:30 – Reflections & celebrations

3:30 – 4:00 – Closing Activities & Dismissal

4:00-6:00 pm  – Extended Day Programming (add-on)

It was my son’s first time at camp (he’s 4.5 years old). He absolutely loved it and was a little sad it was over. I loved that they challenged him. Every day was an activity that incorporated art, music, movement, and fun. The teachers were AWESOME and the location is so welcoming. We can’t wait to return next summer. Highly recommended!

Jacqueline H.

Oak Learners is a wonderful place for kids. My son attended their camp for three weeks this summer and he was so happy there. He would rush to join his counselors and friends in the morning forgetting to say goodbye to his parents, and that says a lot. And in the evening he wouldn’t stop talking about all the fun they were having.

Margarita P.

Our neighbourhood has benefited from Oak Learner’s presence in the community! Kelly and her team truly care for my son and he, in turn, loves to go to summer camp and have private tutoring during the school year. Lots of love for this school and what they do!
Natalie R.

My son attended his first day camp last week at Oak Learners. To say he loved it would be an understatement. They built a fun soap volcano, saw caterpillars and watched them eat and grow, and even managed a visit to a splash pad. They did many arts and crafts projects which are now displayed at home. Thank you to Oak Learners for a great week!

Gillian R.


Week Date Day Camps Theme Description
1 Jul 4-8 Celebrate Canada Our home and native land! Start your summer with an engaging and entertaining celebration of Canada. From Alberta to Zambonis. Campers will explore famous Canadians, a rich history, update our traditions and think about the future of our home.
2 July 11-15 Amazing Animals Calling all animal lovers! This week will be all about living things big and small, exploring the world of animals through crafts, research, video and hands-on experiences. Campers will also spend their outdoor time this week learning to appreciate and recognize the local wildlife in our own community.
3 Jul 18-22 Space Sciences Life on Mars! Campers will explore the wonders of space, the solar system and space sciences during this out-of-this-world week of camp! We will learn about stargazing and stars that can be seen in the summer night sky. Activities may also include rocket launching and creating a Solar System.
4 Jul 25-29 Let the Games Begin Get Set, Go! The 2022 Commonwealth Games kick off on July 28th in Birmingham, UK. This week will celebrate Canadian athletes and create future competitors. In this active week, campers will design their own games and compete to beat their own goals and targets.
5 Aug 2-4 (4 Days) Nature & Experiments
Wow! This week is for campers who love being outdoors and love experiments. Campers will learn about nature and the outdoors, as well as engage with hands-on activities. A wonderful mix of excitement and exploration.
6 Aug 8-12 Love Our City Love where you live! This week campers will celebrate their great city and investigate ways to improve it. Campers will think about sustainability as well as creating inventions to make Toronto even better.
7 Aug 15-19 Bugs & Butterflies Insects and creepy-crawlies! During this week campers will explore the fascinating world of the little creatures in the parks nearby. Campers will learn about their life, habitat and have the chance to investigate where they can find them.
8 Aug 22-26 We are the future! It’s our time! During this week, campers will explore their gifts and talents and look at how they can make a difference. They will share their skills and think about how they can make a difference to their community. Start the school year with positive intentions and make the change we need.


Campers should attend camp with enough food and water. Please note that their lunch should be:

  • Healthy
  • Garbage-free
  • Enough to last the day
  • Nut-free
  • In a labelled lunch bag


Other items

Campers will also need:

  • A reusable water bottle (labelled if possible)
  • Appropriate footwear for outdoor exploration
  • Clothing appropriate for their activities
  • Sunscreen in sunny weather



Please note the following to ensure a smooth running of each day.

  • Day camps run from 9am-4pm
  • Drop-off from 8:45-9:00
  • Pick-up from 3:45-4:00

Extended hours available if needed for an additional fee.
Our extended day options are: 8:00am-9:00am ($50 per week) and/or 4:00pm-6:00pm ($50 per week). Registration for the extended day is per-week to allow us to plan for regular staffing and supervision.


Fees & Registration

Full payment of fees must be received at the time of registration to reserve a spot for Summer Camps.
All camps are $395 per camper, per week. Excepting the week of August 2-5 which is $325.


Cancellation Policy

All cancellations of summer camp programs made before June 1 of the same program year are subject to a 10% administration fee. All cancellations of summer camp programs made on or after June 1 of the same program year are subject to a 50% administration fee.


Force Majeure Clause

The above cancellation policy is not applicable during a time of Force Majeure; an Act of God or circumstances beyond our control (i.e. pandemic, quarantine, natural disaster, etc.). In the case that Oak Learners is unable to provide comparable instructional programming through online learning methods, a credit towards tuition fees will be applied. All withdrawal requests made during the Force Majeure period will be provided with a credit, calculated as per the withdrawal policy towards a future program registration. The lifetime credit can be used towards any future Oak Learners program registration and is transferable to any immediate family member.

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