School life does not have to finish at the end of the school day! We always offer around fifteen extra-curricular activities for children to discover: Sport, Art, Music, Cooking, Crochet, Yoga, etc. Each activity is led by a qualified instructor.

To enable you to pick up your child after school hours, or to arrive earlier at work, our Mosaic Clubs welcomes your child as of 7:30 am, and from 4 pm to 5:45 pmOur committed crew supervises a range of fun activities for your children. Likewise, for Cycle 1 children who do not have school on Wednesdays, Mosaic Clubs offers a wide variety of activities à la carte, in a spirit of relaxation, conviviality and sharing. These run from 8:00 am to 12 noon, as well as in the afternoon until 4 pm. The activities are proposed but not imposed, and we regularly organize special afternoons with theatre outings, Lego workshops, etc… As of 3P, we also have a Mosaic Homework Club,  students to do their homework at school.

During the Summer, Autumn, February and Easter holidays, Mosaic Camps welcome children from Monday to Friday, 5 days per week, for various activities and outings that follow a specific theme. External students are also welcomed! A programme of activities is proposed every week with a trip to the mountains (for sledging, hiking), to the lake, the ice rink, and some child/parent shared time on the Friday. This is a special time when children proudly welcome their parents to their camp. Mosaic Camps take place in the school building with a kind team of supervisors intent on the children having a good holiday. 




For professional or private reasons, you may need longer hours than school hours. That is why Mosaic opened Mosaic Clubs, with a drop-off at 7:30 am, a variety of activities from 4 pm to 5:45 pm, as well as Wednesday childcare, and of course our 12 weeks of Mosaic Camps.


The school life manager selects and coordinates the Mosaic Camps, Mosaic Clubs and extra-curricular team.


At Mosaic, our extra-curricular activities offer children a multitude of opportunities for discovery: sports, games, manual and creative activities, musical instruments, but also an outing to a show, hiking up the Salève, skating at Vernets. We are very interested in your suggestions for new activities.


At Mosaic, our pupils can take advantage of many different extra-curricular activities, as part of the Mosaic Academy, which help them develop a broad range of skills.



This is an opportunity to have fun and progress in many sports activities. The sports practised are very varied: ball games, team sports, badminton, circus art, shooting at the ballpark, archery, etc. Join us for sports with your friends!



This activity allows models to be built on various themes. This activity allows a different approach to history, geography, forces, gears, as well as space exploration!



This activity allows you to learn the basics of traditional drawing, observational drawing (objects, places ...) as well as figurative drawing (characters, scenes ...)



Bring your ideas to life with coding! The ability to code is now a key element of technological education. Our coding courses will teach children important strategies to improve their logic and problem-solving skills and help them become tomorrow's technological innovators. Our coding class offers a progression in the level of proficiency of coding concepts as children progress through several levels, from beginner to advanced. Children will be able to create their own video games.



An exciting class where movement and muscle strengthening become a fun and educational game for children. Designed especially for young, growing minds, this class combines the fundamental principles of Pilates with playful elements.



In a small group (of maximum 5) children discover the violin. This is an introductory course, during which the children become acquainted with the four strings, begin to handle the bow and play small pieces together.



Children will discover the art of lettering, drawing and stencils. During this workshop, they can spray, explore calligraphy and express their own style on paper and on boards. In a friendly classroom atmosphere, they will explore all the hazards of street art and graffiti, as well as its history.



An enchanting class where children explore yoga through games, stories and postures. Designed to awaken creativity and encourage body awareness, this class offers children a playful space to cultivate inner peace and physical strength.



Our cooking class is an exciting culinary adventure, designed to spark curiosity and a passion for cookery. Throughout the sessions, children will explore the basics of cooking, learn simple and delicious recipes, and discover the importance of a healthy and balanced diet.



This activity allows children to discover rhythm and coordination, thanks to the djembe and other instruments from different cultures.



The courses are individual and allow students to learn technical and theoretical aspects of the instrument.



Children are invited to discover art and, more particularly, contemporary art through a selection of artists and emblematic artistic movements. Cutting, folding and various pictorial techniques are the main skills learned during the sessions.

Ecole Mosaic


Ecole Mosaic


"Carnival around the world"
19th - 23rd february 2024

About mosaic camps

Welcome to Mosaic’s February Camp, a fun and educational
adventure for children aged 3 to 8! Our theme this year is “Carnival
around the World”, giving little explorers the chance to discover
different cultures through exciting activities in English and French. Here’s an
overview of the programme: 

Day 1: Welcome to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Activities: Making carnival masks, introduction to samba
dancing, traditional Brazilian games.

Language: Introduction to first words in Portuguese.

Day 2: Exploring Venice (Italy)


Activities: Making Venetian masks, “commedia
dell’arte” lessons adapted for children, costume parade.

Language: Some Italian expressions.

Day 3: Outing


Day 4: Enchantment in Nice (France)


Activities: Decoration of carnival floats, make-up session,
parade in the courtyard.

Language: Introduction to French expressions.

Day 5: Bursts of colour in New Orleans (United States)


Activities: Designing beaded necklaces, dancing to jazz
rhythms, musical parade.

Language: Games and songs in English.


Key information


Activities will be conducted in both English and French for
an enriching bilingual experience.


Each group is generally made up of between 5 and 20


The day starts at 08:00 and finishes at 17:00.


You have the choice of providing your own meals for your
children or selecting the lunch package, at a supplement of CHF 100 for the
week. Please note that we cannot reheat meals on site. Snacks are included and
organised by Mosaic Camps.


These programmes are indicative and may be subject to change
depending on the weather and the number of participants.


Price per week: CHF 450 (+ CHF 100 meals).


Open to children from outside Mosaic School for a supplement
of CHF 100.


How to apply

Get in touch with our Mosaic Camps team by Email or via our website.

Subscribe directly on the parents portal. Parents of children who are not already part of Mosaic should email us.

Once your child has been subscribed, generally within 48 hours, you will receive a confirmation email with all the necessary information

Congratulations! Your child is registered and ready to enjoy a great week!


Healthy diet, balanced eating, understanding the importance of allergies, our own and those of others, all these notions must be taught to children once they start their school life. This is why in our nursery class and 1P grade, Ecole Mosaic asks parents not to give their children snacks, because we will handle it! Seasonal fruits and vegetables are prepared every day, rice snacks, eventually chocolate, cheese, dry fruits, and always water. Snack time is part of learning time.  

From 2P, we no longer supply snacks on the principle that the children will have had breakfast at home. However, if a child does come with a snack, we advise parents to make it light so as to keep their appetite for lunch.  

Our lunches are prepared by the Italian food supplier Sofia and the menus are validated by the Fourchette Verte, dieticians of the Town of Geneva.  

At 4pm, we offer a snack for the students who stay after-school. 

In collaboration with the Fourchette Verte, we organise a Mosaic Talks on food, a subject of importance in today’s health conscious society. 

Ecole Mosaic

HOLIDAYS 2021-22


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