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Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2014-05-05

Переводчик - Summer camp - Netflix

A summer camp or sleepaway camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers. Summer school is usually a required academic curriculum for a student to make up work not accomplished during the academic year, whereas summer camps can include academic work, but is not a requirement for graduation. The traditional view of a summer camp as a woody place with hiking, canoeing, and campfires is changing, with greater acceptance of newer types summer camps that offer a wide variety of specialized activities. For example, there are camps for the performing arts, music, magic, computer programming, language learning, mathematics, children with special needs, and weight loss. In 2006, the American Camp Association reported that 75 percent of camps added new programs. This is largely to counter a trend in decreasing enrollment in summer camps, which some argue to have been brought about by smaller family sizes and the growth in supplemental educational programs. There are also religiously affiliated summer camps, such as those run by Christian groups and various denominations of Judaism. The primary purpose of many camps is educational, athletic, or cultural development. A summer camp environment may allow children to learn new skills in a safe and nurturing environment.

Переводчик - United Kingdom - Netflix

Summer camps are not a main part of childhood in the United Kingdom, in the way they are in North America. The UK summer school holiday is shorter - typically 6 weeks for state school pupils. Children are more likely to go on a long (at least 2 weeks) whole family holiday during this period rather than a Camp just for children (UK parents get longer holiday leave from their jobs than US parents facilitating long family summer holidays). The industry body is called the British Activity Holiday Association. Camps in the UK are also generally less specialised than those within the United States and most offer a fairly broad multi-activity programme of adventure activities alongside some fun social elements. This is partly because summer camps in the UK grew as an offshoot of the activity holiday industry and were therefore influenced by their adventure-only outdoor programme. The UK has for the past few decades had a number of organisations that have established themselves more along the traditional model with a very wide range of holiday options as well as themed camps and major event days. Some religious groups, such as the Christadelphians, also run well publicised and attended camps throughout the country. A number of youth organisations, such as the Scout Association, Army Cadet Force and Air Training Corps do often run more specialised summer camps for their membership, though these are not usually open to non-members. The Council of Colony Holidays for Schoolchildren ran summer camps called “Colonies” from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s. Colonies were not based on outdoor pursuits or the “action-adventure” model, but were multi-activity holidays designed to appeal to a very wide range of children. This organisation was based on the French model, and was unique in the UK in that the young volunteers who worked directly with the children (known as “Monitors”) were prepared for their work in training courses designed and run by the organisation. After Colony Holidays folded in the 1980s, Chris Green, one of their former staff, set up ATE Superweeks to provide similar holidays. He also campaigns for summer camps to become more widely supported and to help transform children's lives. Camps in the UK with more specific activities include ACT 2 CAM, a screen acting and film making course, and Sunshine Studios Hip Hop Summer School. Any summer or holiday camps in the UK that look after children under 8 must be registered with Ofsted, who will inspect the provider and make sure the camp is safe and that the children are being looked after properly. Camps with older children can also be registered with Ofsted and this is a sign of quality control.

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