Impact Academy opens its doors to prospective pupils
A mentoring academy for schoolboys is to hold an open house event on Thursday.
Impact Mentoring Academy said parents and pupils at Primary 5 and 6, middle school levels 1 to 3 and senior school levels 1 to 3 were welcome to attend.
Timothy Jackson, the principal and executive director for Impact, said the school had had to adapt to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr Jackson added: “Like all academic institutions, there have been some challenges, learning curves and breakdowns, but we are all coming through this stronger and better equipped.“
The open house at the academy, in the old Berkeley Institute building in Pembroke, will run from 8.30am to 10.30am.
The event will allow parents and their children to take part in the school’s morning routine and tour the building.
They will also get an introduction to the academic and social programmes.
To register for the event, click here.
Impact will also run a winter camp for pupils aged 5 to 12 from December 16 to January 4 next year.
Activities will include robotics and coding, jujitsu and self defence, and arts.
Breakfast is included in $195 a week per child charge and an aftercare service is available until 5.30pm.
Space is limited. Registration can be made at www.impactbda.com, or by phone at 747 4621.