One of the most rewarding parts of the job is the feedback we get from both kids and parents. (And yes, while some of these make us blush, these are all actual emails we’ve received!)
Thank you very much for your help. Arata could experience doing things alone, not together with his family. He is very proud of it. He proudly talked about his camp to us. His eyes sparkled when he talked about it. He seems really happy. I think that he was making a new discovery every day.
Yesterday, my daughter Mei had come back with big smile and unforgettable memory for her. She told us how she was enjoyed this camp with her many new friends and also your staff.
The Nature Walk to Mt. Takao was what exactly I wanted. It reminded us of junior ranger programs of National Park in the US. My kids have many junior ranger badges actually. :) Thank you again for your nice guiding. We are really looking forward to having another nature walk with you.
Thanks to the great opportunity you gave to us, Taka really enjoyed being as one of "senior" kids and taking care of younger kids. I am sure he learned a lot through the two camps.
My daughter Aki enjoyed the English Adventure Summer Camp very much. At first I was thinking about sending my daughter to Toronto YMCA camp. However we like the idea we can experience English Camp even in Japan. Please let me know about the next camp schedule when it was decided. Hope see you all again next chance.
I just want to say BIG thanks to you and your staff for the successful efforts of this fall camp. My son, Tacty, had really great time at there and he couldn’t stop to talk about that camp since he returned.
*** And one from the kids… ***
How are you? We are fine. We enjoyed very much the summer camp. It was so fun that we wrote it for our summer presentation at school. It was a fantastic memory. We were very happy to experience these kinds of fun in the countryside because there are only buildings around here. We were also lucky to have an English camp in Japan. We both made new friends and still keep in touch.
—Shoko & Ryoko