The best way to get to know a country and its culture and improve your language is to immerse yourself in it, even if it’s only a few weeks!
The children, by day, will have lots of fun at a summer camp with local children while improving their English and will spend their afternoons and evenings with the family enjoying all that Ireland has to offer.
The selection of summer camps in Ireland is more limited than in England. However, we do offer multi-activity summer camps, tennis, golf and other sports camps and for those children more interested in the creative side of things we can offer cooking camps, art, theatre and music.
If what you are looking for is to improve your English by attending classes, there are programs for children with English lessons in the mornings and excursions in the afternoons.
Both the summer immersion camps and those offering English classes have places for children from the age of 6, a few admit children from the age of 5.
The schools in Ireland break-up in May so some camps do start in June, but most start in July and August, finishing around the third week of August. The camp hours are generally Monday through Friday from 9am to 2pm although some camps do have a longer day 8am to 3pm. Children need to take a packed lunch to the camp as the centres do not provide food.
Boarding Schools Abroad offer a wide selection of accommodation including rural cottages, costal cottages and city apartments.
At Boarding Schools Abroad we will organize a customized experience, taking into account your expectations and needs to ensure that you enjoy an unforgettable experience.
FAMILY CAMP SUMMARY
Dates: 1st July to 3rd week in August
Prices from: 2,000 € fortnight
Accommodation for a family of 4
Immersion camp for 2 children
SUMMER CAMP DETAILS
Age: From 6 years old
Some summer camps will allow children from the age of 5
Days: Monday to Friday
Schedule: 9am to 2pm
- Tennis, golf, riding, football, sailing, surfing
- Art, music
Below you’ll find the different experiences we can offer you:
remote and rural
One of the most welcoming countries in the world, Ireland is known for its unique and captivating beauty. From medieval castles to the botanical gardens, from dramatic coastlines to sleepy villages this Emerald Isle has so much to offer. Plenty to explore and fantastic summer camps for the children. We would recommend a car for this experience.
picturesque Irish coast
Coastal camps offer a fabulous selection of water sports including surfing, canoeing, sailing and windsurfing. Stay in a cosy cottage overlooking a pretty harbour town, a luxury apartment with glorious ocean views or a remote fisherman’s cottage above dramatic white cliffs.
historic cities and towns
Ireland has many beautiful historic towns and small cities that are home to some of the finest castles and cathedrals in the country. Amongst all this glory is a fantastic selection of day camps for children of all ages
The rich cultural heritage, scenic beauty and thriving nightlife make the cities of Ireland major tourist destinations throughout the year.
There are plenty of vibrant cities in Ireland that offers a fantastic selection of day camps for children of all ages and wonderful family activities. From Dublin to Galway there is something for everyone.
urban and rural
These camps are based near major cities but sit in acres of glorious countryside. You get all the advantages of being in a small town within a short train or bus ride to the city.
Isaac & Begoña
Excellent! Sonia was responsible for organising our trip to London which involved finding a house and a camp for our 5-year-old. It was meticulously organised and the slightest problems were solved instantly with Sonia always on hand. We loved the house which was in a fantastic neighbourhood and the camp was also a great success. It is rare to find someone as committed as Sonia and we will certainly use Boarding Schools Abroad again. Thank you!!!