School holiday camps are held twice a year for students 10 years and over with Down syndrome and other chromosomal disorders.
Camps usually adopt a theme to focus on for the second day, around which the activities are structured. For example, Mexican theme, where the students enjoyed traditional food, crafts, games and dancing. These camps are an opportunity for students to make new friends and socialise with others of similar age who also have Down syndrome or other chromosomal disorders. Camps teach life skills with the practical use of the Right to Know program around friendships, sexuality and personal safety.