Every year thousands of students from other countries come to Ireland to study English. Have you ever wondered why most of our kids can’t speak foreign languages to the same level of fluency as our young visitors? Have you ever asked yourself could my child speak through German with the same level of confidence as the young visitors that you see here every summer?
Our classes, regardless of which language is being taught, are run on the same principle – we want to get people talking! All classes are run by native speakers and the goal is to improve fluency by getting your children to interact through another language as much as possible.
Your child will attend language classes in the morning and take part in our social and activity programme in the afternoon where they will meet, mix and make friends with other students from all over the world!
Our classes are not boring and dry exercises in grammar and vocabulary! Using the same techniques that we have perfected with our English language students over decades, we will create a fun and entertaining atmosphere where your child will learn, improve their language fluency and make new friends!
We cater for children from 10 years and up.
Children attend class from 09:00 to 12:30 with a 30 minute break (15 hours per week in total)
After a lunch period, all our students participate in our social programme – a mix of fun and entertaining activities and visits that all students participate in. The camp runs until 17:00 (If children are brought on an external visit this is the time that we schedule for return to St Andrews).
Prices vary depending on the services booked:
German Language camp from 09:00 to 17:00 (Classes & social programme): 195 euro per week
Following a number of requests we can cater for bookings for the morning only (09:00 to 12:30) @ 145 euro per week (classes only, no afternoon activities)
10% discount available for multi week bookings or booking siblings for the same period!
Packed lunch: add 35 euro per week
Saturday excursion: 30 euro (pre-booking required)