Dublin, Ireland 2020 STEAM Programme Details
- Course Dates 2020: Monday 29th June to Friday 7th August
- Opening Duration: 2 to 6 weeks
- Arrival days: Saturdays and Sundays
- Class sizes: Maximum of 15 (Average is 13)
- Student ages: 11 to 17 years old
- Individuals: Accepted
The FL Dublin STEAM programme has everything to offer energetic students. You can choose between high quality residential accommodation or choose to stay with a friendly Irish host family. Afternoons are packed with innovative activities which makes Future Learning the leader in STEAM language programmes. On weekends and evenings you can explore everything the capital city and its surroundings have to offer.
Future Learning were the first school to work with the superior Gormanston Park residence, now going into its fifth year. This residential option offers everything for the active students of today; 9 sports fields, indoor sports complex, foot golf, theatre hall, games room, large dining area. Bedrooms are 4-6 bed en-suite and students travel to and from school with FL private coach each day.
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We pride ourselves on the great service which our host families provide to our visiting students and leaders. At FL we work with our families not only during the peak summer months but year round for our mini-stay and group programmes, no other language school knows their host families better than us! If taking the host family programme you will walk to school or travel to and from school with FL private coach each day.
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Activities and Excursions
Our Dublin programme offers the most innovative of afternoon programmes with a sample of activities including:
- Irish sports
- Fun disco
- Gaelic games
- Irish dancing
- Monster table quiz
Each weekend all our students travel by private coach on a full day excursion normally outside of Dublin. Some examples include:
- Glendalough Monastic Site
- Howth Fishing Village
- Newbridge House and Farm
- Kilkenny Medieval City and Castle
Many of these activities are led by qualified High School teachers.