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Celebrating awe-inspiring talents

Watching your child learn and develop new skills is nothing short of rewarding. But as you do, it’s sometimes hard to remember that your child’s love and excitement for discovery is what’s behind all his or her new accomplishments.

i-Shine Talent Camp mentors Rico Blanco, Robert Alejandro and Georcelle Dapat-Sy with host Dimples Romana join on stage the grand winners of Promil Pre-School’s online talent search 2016
Young minds seek stimulation—and when your little one continues to show eagerness to learn, it’s important that you support them to foster creativity, growth, and a love for learning that can be nurtured through adulthood. 

Music Camp grand winner Seth Levi Salada play beats using household items
This is precisely why Promil Pre-School continues to aid parents in achieving their children’s potential by providing them with the unique combination of brain and body building nutrients that help support learning during the crucial window of talent development. Simultaneously, Promil Pre-School continues to create platforms such as the I-Shine Talent Camp, which gives kids an opportunity to hone their inherent talents to their maximum potential. 

Her skills in puppetry got Aaliyah Umandal the top prize in the Art Camp
Now on its fifth year, I-Shine Talent Camp has given children a lot to work on, together with high caliber mentors meant to draw out their talents across various genres. Divided into three camps, each one features an expert in the field to help kids nurture their gifts to the highest potential. Teacher Georcelle Dapat-Sy and Rico Blanco team up to be mentors for the Stage Camp, Ryan Cayabyab shares his mastery of music among members of the Music Camp, and Robert Alejandro imparts his artistic vision to the creative minds being nurtured in the Art Camp.

Stage Camp 2016 finalists 
The grand culmination of I-Shine Talent Camp 2016 was celebrated with the mentors, parents, and, of course, the children who displayed everything they have learned at the Huseng Batute Theater at Cultural Center of the Philippines. This edition, Sean Hayden Bermudez won the top prize for Stage Camp after displaying exceptional moves and stage presence; Alliyah Umandal’s puppet art wowed judges who awarded her as the Grand Art Camp I-Shiner; and Seth Levi Salada, displayed his mastery of rhythm and took home the grand prize for Music Camp.

i-Shine alumna Yessha de la Calzada
“How you support your kids and nurture their brain and body are some of the best investments you can make as a parent. I-Shine serves as a way for Promil Pre-School to give parents more opportunities to create unique experiences that can develop and foster potential in their child,” ends Yvette Villegas, product manager, Wyeth Nutrition Philippines.

Topics: Promil Pre-School , I-Shine Talent Camp , Georcelle Dapat-Sy , Rico Blanco , Ryan Cayabyab , Robert Alejandro , Sean Hayden Bermudez , Alliyah Umandal , Seth Levi Salada , Yvette Villegas
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