Twin Dublin Junior – Summer Camp – Standard

Age Group: 11-16/ 13-17 years
Hours per week: 18,3
Level: Elementary+
Duration: 2 weeks
Start Dates 2022: June 26 – July 31
Homestay (13-17)/ Residence (11-16) accommodation with full board

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Twin Dublin Junior – Summer Camp – Intensive

Age Group: 11-16/ 13-17 years
Hours per week: 22,5
Level: Elementary+
Duration: 2 weeks
Start Dates 2022: June 26 – July 31
Homestay (13-17)/ Residence (11-16) accommodation with full board

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Twin School has been providing students worldwide with the best educational programmes for learning English since 1994. Twin has an impeccable reputation formed by high academic standards and outstanding achievements of teachers and students. The company is continuously being modernised to implement the latest technologies, innovative educational methods and best tools and study materials.
The company’s primary aim is to help students achieve their goals and become more confident users of the English language. Twin has designed a wide range of language courses that meet all international standards confirmed by the British Council in the UK and EAQUALS in Ireland.
Twin has six summer camps for young learners in vibrant cities, seaside towns and rural settings across England and Ireland. Summer programmes combine a fascinating learning process and well-organized cultural and entertainment activities. Therefore young students will never be bored.


Location


The twin homestay summer programme occurs in St. Tiernan’s Community School, situated in the residential suburb of Dundrum. The School has a perfect location because all the host families are within walking distance.
The twin residential summer programme occurs in King’s Hospital College situated on the River Liffey banks, just 20 minutes away from the Dublin centre and only 15 minutes from the airport.


Major sights nearby


Dublin is such a wonderful place that it is worth a visit. While studying English at Twin School, you will have a chance to discover Dublin on your own. The city is famous for its cultural heritage and charming hospitality.
Walking the Dublin streets, you can see such remarkable landmarks as Grafton Street, St. Stephens Green, Merrion Square, Phoenix Park and Dublin Zoo. Besides, Trinity College is one of the top attractions. It is the oldest university in Ireland, located in the heart of the capital.
There are numerous museums, such as the Little Museum of Dublin, the National Gallery of Ireland, EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum, GPO Witness History Museum and the National Museum of Ireland Arts and History.
Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick’s Cathedral are outstanding landmarks that amaze you with their majestic beauty.


Available social and cultural programmes


Twin has a fascinating social programme with lots of after-class activities to ensure that every student spends exciting holidays with his peers. Young learners socialise, make friends, explore the local sights and discover different cultures while learning English. Students learn English in a relaxed atmosphere outside the classroom with various entertainment programmes.
Twin activity programme comprises three categories: Skills, Arts & Crafts and Sport.

Popular activities:
  • Football
  • Twin’s Got Talent
  • Film Night
  • Paper Fashion Show
  • Photography Club
  • Sports Tournament
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Mystery Night
  • Conversation Club
  • Drama Club

At Twin Summer Camps, students have an opportunity to explore the local sights with interesting weekly full-day and half-day excursions. Full-day trips include Waterford City and Ardgillan Castle & Skerries. Half-day tours offer visits to the National History Museum and Dalkey Castle or Bray.

Top Dublin Attractions:
  • The National Gallery of Ireland
  • Temple Bar
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • The Book of Kells & Trinity College
  • Dublin Castle
Top Ireland attractions:
  • The Lakes of Killarney
  • The Cliffs of Moher
  • The Giant’s Causeway
  • The Ring of Kerry
  • Wicklow Mountains

ACCOMMODATION


Dublin Summer Camp offers young learners homestay accommodation. Staying with a host family gives students a chance to become a local family member, eating together and sharing common living areas. Students can practice English outside the classroom and socialise with native speakers in a home and friendly atmosphere. Homestay accommodation is a perfect way to immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions. The majority of hosts are located within walking distance to the School. Families provide students with full-board meals – breakfast, packed lunch and dinner each day.
Dublin Summer Camp at King’s Hospital College offers young learners entirely refurbished residential accommodation with 5 or 6 bedded en-suite rooms. A student residence is an excellent place where juniors can live with their peers, socialise, and spend free time together. The supportive and inclusive atmosphere helps make friends from all corners of the world and get to know new cultures and traditions.

Facilities:
  • 15 bright and airy classrooms with computer labs
  • Rugby, football and volleyball pitches
  • Basketball court
  • Tennis Table room
  • Recreation rooms
  • Common areas
  • Heated indoor swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi
Included:
  • English lessons
  • Placement Test
  • Full-board homestay/residence accommodation
  • Excursions
  • Full Activity Programme
  • Entrances to attractions
  • Certificate of Achievement
  • Transfers
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