French & Spanish

Summer Camps

       Struggled with languages throughout the year?

                   Need a fresh and fun approach to learning

French or Spanish?

    Join our fun

         TEEN Language Summer Camps from 10 am – 3pm

  •                          Boost your practical language use
  •                          Get more confidence for your exams
  •                          Improve concentration skills
  •                          Become a French or Spanish teenager for a week
  •                          Win treats for language skills & knowledge
  •                          Mixed ability groups. Minimum 1 year language

                (Ages 13-15)    

      Choose 1 or 2 weeks

    €177  – 1 week                  €337 – 2 weeks

 *****  

                                           BOOK HERE

      

Any other questions call/text Siobhan 089 975 2672

Garda-vetted host family options available for students travelling

*Bookings non-refundable.

  * Offers cannot be combined

  Camps DATES

                                                    Camp B 3 July – 8 July       
Choose 1 or 2 weeks
Each week is different. Students are divided up into groups for the team challenges. They are mixed level abilities.
All students whether struggling or coping well with languages are welcome. Just have fun!
email admin@trinityacademy.ie if interested in shorter days

Getting to the Institute of Art and Design (www.iadt.ie)

By Bus
The routes which best serve the Institute directly are the 46A, 75, 7D and within walking distance are the 63, 8, 7B, 45A, 84 and 84A. The timetables for all these bus services are available on the Dublin Bus website. For live updates on the latest bus visit the Dublin Bus
website. www.dublinbus.ie

By Luas and Bus
The Luas in Sandyford which is linked to IADT by Dublin bus route 75. The no. 63 Dublin bus links IADT via the bus stop on Abbey Road to the Luas at the Carrickmines Luas station. The timetables for all these bus services are available on the Dublin Bus website.

By Dart
The DART in Dún Laoghaire town will take you to Dublin city centre in 20 minutes. IADT is  linked by bus to the DART by routes 46A and 75. The timetables for all these DART services are available on the Irish Rail website.

By Car
IADT is less than 5km from Exits/Junction 13 or 16 south bound on the M50 and north bound Exit/Junction 17 on the M11.

  • Mornings – French & Spanish language games and fun, competitions
  • Afternoons – outdoor activities in English and target languages 1.45- 2.45-3pm
  • Games: relay races/egg & spoon/volleyball & more
  • Free supervised drop-offs from before 9 am.
  • Full canteen onsite from 9am-3pm serving hot and cold food.
  • State-of-the art facilities with interactive screens, large classrooms, film screens
  • Sit-down area for students bringing packed lunches.
  • Fully wheelchair accessible facilities.
  • Easy transport access
  • Parking – onsite/metered

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I liked the relaxed way of learning and the mixture of sports and teaching.

I like the language games and the sport and the bit of competition between us during the games. I don’t think there is anything better to be done it is a great camp!

I liked how it as a mix of sport and Spanish, so we got exercise and how we included a bit of Spanish in the sport session. I don’t think it could be better because I really enjoyed it. I liked how there was a canteen and vending machines.

I like the sport with the lesson together and you can learn while playing language games.

I loved the board games and just being able to speak Spanish without thinking I have to be perfect 🙂

I really liked the points system which pushed me to learn and was unique.

  • Things I liked

  • How we applied our learning to creating and learning sentences
  • The incentives for games/sweets
  • The mix of learning and fun!

I really like the class and the way things were ran”

“I had a great time. I learnt a lot of general vocab that we wouldn’t learn in a school classroom and also Sandra really helped with pronunciation. It was overall really great and I will definitely recommend to all.”

I really loved the board game because it was fun, but drilled in the words and phrases. I also really like the way it was explained to us and how many notes we took so I’ll be able to take them back to school!

I loved the board games and just being able to speak Spanish without thinking I have to be perfect 🙂

I loved the board games and just being able to speak Spanish without thinking I have to be perfect 🙂

I really liked the points system which pushed me to learn and was unique.

  • Things I liked

  • How we applied our learning to creating and learning sentences
  • The incentives for games/sweets
  • The mix of learning and fun!

I really like the class and the way things were ran”

“I had a great time. I learnt a lot of general vocab that we wouldn’t learn in a school classroom and also Sandra really helped with pronunciation. It was overall really great and I will definitely recommend to all.”

I really loved the board game because it was fun, but drilled in the words and phrases. I also really like the way it was explained to us and how many notes we took so I’ll be able to take them back to school!

I loved the board games and just being able to speak Spanish without thinking I have to be perfect 🙂

“I had a great time. I learnt a lot of general vocab that we wouldn’t learn in a school classroom and also Sandra really helped with pronunciation. It was overall really great and I will definitely recommend to all.”

Thank you so much for teaching us! It was such a great experience 🙂

It was an amazing course that I enjoyed a lot. I would definitely take part in this course again!

Everything was fine. Teacher was good and class was a good length!

Really educational, good class size, great teacher!

I really loved the board game because it was fun, but drilled in the words and phrases. I also really like the way it was explained to us and how many notes we took so I’ll be able to take them back to school!