This is a dynamic afternoon option of the Inspirational 21st Century Skills course and fits in well with any other chosen morning subject.

“21st Century Skills” are defined as the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be competitive in the modern day.  This popular course is to be taken as a part of the Inspirational 21st Century Skills course and will engage students through lessons and active workshops. The course aims to increase students confidence and make the student think about the 21st Century Skill Set needed to succeed in the 21st Century. Students will have lively debates with each other given set topics covering modules in the 21st Century syllabus.

Course Syllabus

Top academic tutors will teach about the 4 ‘C’s (the basic in 21st Century Skills) through action packed fun lessons / tutorials and workshops to provide students with 21st Century Skills.

Today every student whether he/she plans to go to University or enter a profession requires 21st Century Skills to succeed. We aim to support and create well-informed global citizens who understand interconnectedness, value diversity, and have the ability to take action in meaningful ways.

LITE Regal has prepared workshops and lessons that will develop students ability to embrace and learn about the 4 ‘C’s’:

  • 1. Critical Thinking
  • 2. Creativity
  • 3. Communication
  • 4. Collaboration
  • Key subjects will include English, Reading or Language Arts, World Languages, Arts, Mathematics, Economics, Science, Geography, History, Government and Civics. Skill sets from any of the above will be introduced and discussed through interesting workshops.

    The above key subjects will be introduced into any of the 3 skills:

    Learning and Innovation Skills

    Learning and innovation skills are what separates students who are prepared for increasingly complex life and work environments in today’s world from those who are not. They include:

    • Creativity and Innovation
    • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
    • Communication
    • Collaboration Information

    Media and Technology Skills 

    Today, we live in a technology and media-driven environment, marked by access to an abundance of information, rapid changes in technology tools and the ability to collaborate and make individual contributions on an unprecedented scale. Students must be able to exhibit a range of functional and critical thinking skills, such as:

    • Information Literacy
    • Media Literacy
    • Communication ICT (Information, Communications, Technology)
    • Collaboration Information

    Literacy Life and Career Skills

    Today’s students need to develop thinking skills, content knowledge, and social and emotional competencies to navigate complex life and work environments. 21st Century Literacy Life and Career Skills include:

    • Flexibility and Adaptability
    • Initiative and Self-Direction
    • Social and Cross-Cultural Skills
    • Productivity and Accountability
    • Leadership and Responsibility


    Examples of what to expect in 21st Century workshops

    Media Literacy

    Students will review Academy Award for foreign films and research other international films awards. In small groups they research, select and preview an award winning foreign film and write a review of the film and whether the rest of the class should view the film.

    Global Citizens: Communication and Cooperation in an Interconnected World

    Through lectures and workshops we will discuss technology and how technology has impacted our lives eg The Rise of Social Media – How Facebook, Twitter etc.  is necessary for global business.

    Skill sets learned: cultural awareness, communication and interaction presentation, discussion and problem solving

    Making Digital Connection: Networking, Email, Wikis Online Presentation

    Students will be put into groups and be asked to develop and implement a viable communication, IT and social media campaign for a fictitious company.  They will be asked to think about creating a “mobile app” that would help the business prosper.

    Students will study a real organisation and how they use social media and IT and community campaigns for their business. A field trip to a major organisation eg “Google Campus” will reveal how organisations use social media to their advantage.

    Community Problem Solving - How to Help the Local Community

    Through class study and then workshops students are asked to create a non-profit organization that helps the needs of the community. Students will have to think about community projects that will enrich the lives of others.  Students will then have to formulate their proposals and finally compete against each other for funding to make their community project viable.  They will be required to produce and present their proposal to other classmates and teachers to enable the student to gain “presentation skills” and funding for the project.

    Skills presented and learned

    : collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, information literacy.

    Creativity and Innovation

    Students will read works of digital fiction at https://wetellstories.co.uk. Students will use one of the pieces as inspiration for a short work of their own.

    Outcome: Demonstrate originality and inventiveness in work


    Students collaborate with other students in the summer school to make a digital storytelling workbook.

    Outcome: Demonstrate ability to work effectively in diverse teams.

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    23 Reviews

    deborah smith

    The medical course was not what I imagined, It was better than I expected. I went on the Medical as I would like to be a doctor one day, and this summer camp was recommended by a friend in Lebanon. However the course was vastly different to the basic science done at other places and was very intriguing and has also made me very passionate about a career in medical science. The tutor Rebecca was also very friendly and so easy to understand that it might as well be basic science. Thanks Rebecca!

    Posted 3 months ago

    Chris Irwin

    The place was fantastic, teachers were very thorough with their explanations. I had engineering and my tutor Gao Wei was very energetic with the subject and had an infectious attitude, he was easy to keep up with and understand. I loved my engineering course.

    Posted 3 months ago

    Robert Jenkinks

    Sports activities were great as the facilities and equipment available were very good and effective. The tasks set out were effective to either determine or effect a variable of the student, such as endurance or strength of a certain limb or muscle. The tasks set were easy to understand and were fun to complete. Overall these activities were very effective and worth while.

    Posted 3 months ago

    Aira Waseem

    The summer course was excellent as I found out many things unknown to me at this course. Also the great activities done after the course for the day were very engaging and entertaining. The activity leader Mr Lucas was social and easy to get along with allowing for the other attenders to engage with each other if the activity required group work.

    Posted 3 months ago

    Ranama Bilash

    At first I was nervous to go to this place as I didn't know any of the teachers or any of the other attenders. However the English course I was set to do was very effective as teacher Doris was very kind and patient,that allowed me to get settled in and get engaged with the work. There were many scenarios where I was not confident or didn't know the answer and she was patient for me to try for the correct answer and if I didn't get the answer she would drop hints for me to use.

    Posted 3 months ago