High School Calendar

One Week School Integration

Programme Introduction

Visiting Ireland for a one week stay with your classmates is always a great experience but attending an Irish secondary school and sampling the education system is even better!
Our FL school integration programme has become extremely popular over the past years as international students get to meet lots of new native friends and get a real insight into how another education system works. At the same time you get a similar experience to a mini-stay which includes lots of afternoon activities and an exciting full day excursion.

How It Works

We recommend registering your interest at least four to five months in advance of when your group would like to arrive. The process to arrange the integration programme can take a considerable amount of time in planning and organisation.

Once you have decided upon a location and an Irish school for the integration has been confirmed then the rest of the schedule can be carefully planned. Our FL staff will guide you through the entire process from start to finish and help you prepare the following:

  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodation (host family or residence)
  • Afternoon activities
  • Evening Activities
  • Full day excursions
  • Any special requirements which your students might have

Throughout the entire stay FL staff will ensure your group are happy at all times. In most of our integration schools there is also a local coordinator who is responsible for the planning of the programme.

Sample Schedule

Below you can view a sample schedule of a typical integration programme. It is important to note that groups must start integration on a Monday morning therefore weekend arrivals (Saturday or Sunday) is essential.

One Week School Integration Sample Schedule

What’s on?

It's very busy here in Dublin and in Athlone with mini-stay groups. Sorry we haven't got to post pictures of all groups yet, we are getting there!
For now, here are some photos, including some of our Irish students who took part in our intercultural project :)
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Today everything and everywhere turns green for Saint Patrick’s Day ☘️ as we say in Ireland; Lá Fhéile Pádraig 🇮🇪☘️
Have a great day and send us your pictures from today if you are attending any parades 😀
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