English learning summer camp in Ireland
Students born between 2006 and 2011 inclusive
Full board with Irish host families (Bray, Greystones and Kilcoole) or boarding at the school (No places available)
Timetable from 09:30 to 16:30
Month: From 25 June to 22 July
Fortnight: From 25 June to 8 July or from 9 July to 22 July
This programme provides your children a wonderful opportunity to combine their English lessons at SEK-Dublin with fun leisure and sports activities, allowing them to live a truly immersive cultural experience in Ireland.
Students will be able to choose one of the following sports in combination with their English lessons:
This programme aims to ensure students bolster their English-language skills while they learn and do sports in an exclusive environment, while at the same time learning all the secrets of Irish culture.
- Fifteen hours a week of English language lessons in the morning with native English speaking teachers and small groups.
- Leisure activities: Visual and performance arts, graphic design and technology and cooking workshops.
- Outings and visits to get to know the fascinating Irish history and culture.
- Outings at least twice a week.
- Gaelic football
In SEK-Dublin’s exclusive setting with over 250,000 m2 of extensive green areas with two buildings tennis and basketball courts and football pitches.
Teachers: The experience is run by native-speaking English and/or bilingual SEK teachers
Arturo Herrera – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Valid passports are mandatory
- Travel authorisation (according to the regulations of the Irish immigration department) and required documents.
- Full board with host families in Bray, Greystones and Kilcoole.
- Boarding school
- Two pairs of jeans.
- 1 pair of dress trousers.
- 7 t-shirts or casual shirts.
- 1 tracksuit.
- 1 light sweater.
- 1 waterproof jacket.
- 7 pairs of socks.
- 2 pyjamas.
- 7 sets of underwear.
- 2 pair of trainers.
- 1 pair of Wellington boots.
- 1 pair of slippers.
- 2 swimming costumes.
- 1 pool towel.
- Toiletry bag with personal hygiene products.
All items must be labelled with the student’s name.
There are special meals for those students with specific needs.
SEK-Dublin summer camps and courses require a pre-enrolment process prior to formalising registration.