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Language Immersion Camp in Ireland

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HOURS OF LANGUAGE
Bundoran, Irlanda

language immersion in Ireland

They go to the Donegal Adventure Centre. The director, Collie MacPhaidin, and Mary Jane jointly organize the camp of Spanish and Irish children.

Bundoran, Irlanda

language immersion in Ireland

They go to the Donegal Adventure Centre. The director, Collie MacPhaidin, and Mary Jane jointly organize the camp of Spanish and Irish children.

Nature, sports and English

The Summer of their lives

This program offers your child the opportunity of spending a summer similar to the ones you probably lived as a child, but, with the added benefit of being in Bundoran, a small Irish town, in the north of the Republic of Ireland.

Nature, sports and English

The Summer of their lives

This program offers your child the opportunity of spending a summer similar to the ones you probably lived as a child, but, with the added benefit of being in Bundoran, a small Irish town, in the north of the Republic of Ireland.

A wonderful summer as in your childhood

LIVING AND LEARNING TOGETHER IN IRELAND

 Abseiling
 Surfing and bodyboarding
 Archery
 Gaelic football
 Jacobs Ladder

 Basketball
★ Kayak/Canoeing
★ Football
★ Raft building
★ Lifeguarded Swimming

★ Orienteering
★ First Aid Prep.
★ 6 climbing games
★ Beach Olympics
★ Toraíoct Adventure Challenge

Reviews

PARENT AND STUDENT OPINIONS

Joaquín and Nerea participated in the first program.  They were only 8 and 11 years old the first time. It was very difficult for us to make the decision because it was the first time that that it was offered and it was their first time “alone” abroad.  We did not make a mistake and everything was perfectly planned and organized. Our children were happy the whole time and so were we because we received daily updates through the blog. We saw them have fun in the photos and Tracy would tell us everything they did and all the anecdotes that came up day by day.  It was as if we were living the experience with them. They had a great time (surfing, climbing, jumping, kayaking …) They came back more autonomous (with one or two recipes learnt) and their level of English improved noticeably without them feeling that it had taken a great deal of effort. Joaquin and Nerea went back a second time two years later.

Thank you Mary Jane and Tracy for such a positive experience.

Encarni (program 2013 and 2015)

My son had just turned 9 years old when I decided he needed to live this experience in Ireland.  My family was not in agreement because they thought he was too young to let him go away from home, go abroad without anyone who would go with him.  They meant “no one from his family” but, for me, my only guarantee that he would have a great holiday was precisely that he would be going with a person that I knew would treat him as if he were going to my brother’s home or with my sister-in-law’s and who would take care of him as his own family would. The program is a holiday in a family atmosphere. They enjoy the summer and they learn to be self-sufficient outside of their home in the company and care of a person that I fully trust. The following year, he had decided on his own that he wanted to repeat. This year, if it’s possible, he will go back. And so on and so forth until he decides to finish with this stage in his life.

Thank you , Mary Jane.

Nuria Garrido

The camp in Ireland was a great experience because I met new people, Irish as well as Spanish, and I practiced and improved my English.

In the morning, we went to the camp with many other people and we did activities such as surfing, climbing… and many more things.  In the afternoons, we had fun classes in English and we did experiments. At night, we cooked and had free time. On weekends, we went on excursions to towns, went to the cinema and did many other activities.

I had a great time, and it was a great experience that I will never forget.

Maite (went 2 consecutive summers when I was 9 and 10 years old)

Nowadays, the availability of trips for children to English-speaking countries offered is enormous and, as parents, what most worried us at the time of letting our children go abroad, was not that they learnt English but rather that they learnt English in the right environment.  Mary Jane, whom we have known for many years and in whom we had full confidence, proved to be not only and excellent teacher but a was like a mother for them during their stay , especially for our 9 year old daughter for whom it was the first time away from us. The children that participated were also key in making their days at camp more fun and worthwhile because they shared everything and always in good harmony.  Without a doubt, they learnt English and became more fluent and enjoyed themselves with all the activities that the Irish camp organized. To these times of leisure were added many learning moments with Mary Jane which were also enjoyable and useful because that is how she teaches children, using, for instance, cooking, experiments, videos, games, etc.

Maite Briones

This program is totally worth recommending, especially for the first times that children go abroad because the groups are small and the children receive personalized attention at all times.

The fact that they are mixed with Irish children in the activities facilitates the language learning process, their capacity to relate and integrate in the customs of the country.

They are accompanied by trustworthy people who make this experience unforgettable  both from a formative and personal growth point of view.

Estela (2017)

When I went to Ireland, it was an unforgettable experience with all the people that I met.  One of the things that I liked the best, was learning to surf and you learn a lot of English.

I also loved to help prepare food with everyone doing different things.

It was an unforgettable adventure.

Cristina Gomez-Villalba – 10 years old when I went

What made me decide to choose this camp was the personalized attention it offered.  I do not believe that there are many like this one. The organizer, Mary Jane, is an American teacher, and she combines a many years of experience and keeps the groups small.  She travels with the children and she lives with them in a house near the camp, as if they were a family, which is ideal because they are very young. She is in charge of preparing meals… delicious meals!!! My daughter loved the food in spite of the fact that she has to eat a gluten-free diet, which did not pose a problem.  I also like that the camp is for Irish children. The only group of Spaniards was ours. English is the only language used reason why my daughter’s English improved greatly. This was the first objective achieved!! In addition, this experience helps them to have a more globalized outlook, to know that there are other children with other cultures and interests some of which are the same and others different.  They come back very happy with the experience because they have a fun time, do sports, surf, activities, excursions and all in a secure family atmosphere.

Ana Estella (2016)

Fantastic experience. The children learn English while they play, do incredible experiments, learn to cook or even windsurf.

Mary Jane is a fantastic English teacher who is able to get the most out of each child, with a lot of affection and patience she helps them become more independent and adapt in record time to a country with very different customs to ours.

For our two children, it was a wonderful experience and, without a doubt, it is a sure bet!

Beatriz Gomez-Villalba (Summer 2013 and 2016)

It was the first time I had gone abroad without my parents and it was fantastic!!!

The camp was great fun. I loved the surf classes, doing experiments and kayaking.  The English classes were great fun and we learnt a whole lot and we also learnt to get along.

It was an unforgettable experience.

Ramón García Gomez-Villalba (Summer 2013. I was 9 years old when I went to Bundoran)

Reviews

PARENT AND STUDENT OPINIONS

Joaquín and Nerea participated in the first program.  They were only 8 and 11 years old the first time. It was very difficult for us to make the decision because it was the first time that that it was offered and it was their first time “alone” abroad.  We did not make a mistake and everything was perfectly planned and organized. Our children were happy the whole time and so were we because we received daily updates through the blog. We saw them have fun in the photos and Tracy would tell us everything they did and all the anecdotes that came up day by day.  It was as if we were living the experience with them. They had a great time (surfing, climbing, jumping, kayaking …) They came back more autonomous (with one or two recipes learnt) and their level of English improved noticeably without them feeling that it had taken a great deal of effort. Joaquin and Nerea went back a second time two years later.

Thank you Mary Jane and Tracy for such a positive experience.

Encarni (program 2013 and 2015)

My son had just turned 9 years old when I decided he needed to live this experience in Ireland.  My family was not in agreement because they thought he was too young to let him go away from home, go abroad without anyone who would go with him.  They meant “no one from his family” but, for me, my only guarantee that he would have a great holiday was precisely that he would be going with a person that I knew would treat him as if he were going to my brother’s home or with my sister-in-law’s and who would take care of him as his own family would. The program is a holiday in a family atmosphere. They enjoy the summer and they learn to be self-sufficient outside of their home in the company and care of a person that I fully trust. The following year, he had decided on his own that he wanted to repeat. This year, if it’s possible, he will go back. And so on and so forth until he decides to finish with this stage in his life.

Thank you , Mary Jane.

Nuria Garrido

The camp in Ireland was a great experience because I met new people, Irish as well as Spanish, and I practiced and improved my English.

In the morning, we went to the camp with many other people and we did activities such as surfing, climbing… and many more things.  In the afternoons, we had fun classes in English and we did experiments. At night, we cooked and had free time. On weekends, we went on excursions to towns, went to the cinema and did many other activities.

I had a great time, and it was a great experience that I will never forget.

Maite (went 2 consecutive summers when I was 9 and 10 years old)

Nowadays, the availability of trips for children to English-speaking countries offered is enormous and, as parents, what most worried us at the time of letting our children go abroad, was not that they learnt English but rather that they learnt English in the right environment.  Mary Jane, whom we have known for many years and in whom we had full confidence, proved to be not only and excellent teacher but a was like a mother for them during their stay , especially for our 9 year old daughter for whom it was the first time away from us. The children that participated were also key in making their days at camp more fun and worthwhile because they shared everything and always in good harmony.  Without a doubt, they learnt English and became more fluent and enjoyed themselves with all the activities that the Irish camp organized. To these times of leisure were added many learning moments with Mary Jane which were also enjoyable and useful because that is how she teaches children, using, for instance, cooking, experiments, videos, games, etc.

Maite Briones

This program is totally worth recommending, especially for the first times that children go abroad because the groups are small and the children receive personalized attention at all times.

The fact that they are mixed with Irish children in the activities facilitates the language learning process, their capacity to relate and integrate in the customs of the country.

They are accompanied by trustworthy people who make this experience unforgettable  both from a formative and personal growth point of view.

Estela (2017)

When I went to Ireland, it was an unforgettable experience with all the people that I met.  One of the things that I liked the best, was learning to surf and you learn a lot of English.

I also loved to help prepare food with everyone doing different things.

It was an unforgettable adventure.

Cristina Gomez-Villalba – 10 years old when I went

What made me decide to choose this camp was the personalized attention it offered.  I do not believe that there are many like this one. The organizer, Mary Jane, is an American teacher, and she combines a many years of experience and keeps the groups small.  She travels with the children and she lives with them in a house near the camp, as if they were a family, which is ideal because they are very young. She is in charge of preparing meals… delicious meals!!! My daughter loved the food in spite of the fact that she has to eat a gluten-free diet, which did not pose a problem.  I also like that the camp is for Irish children. The only group of Spaniards was ours. English is the only language used reason why my daughter’s English improved greatly. This was the first objective achieved!! In addition, this experience helps them to have a more globalized outlook, to know that there are other children with other cultures and interests some of which are the same and others different.  They come back very happy with the experience because they have a fun time, do sports, surf, activities, excursions and all in a secure family atmosphere.

Ana Estella (2016)

Fantastic experience. The children learn English while they play, do incredible experiments, learn to cook or even windsurf.

Mary Jane is a fantastic English teacher who is able to get the most out of each child, with a lot of affection and patience she helps them become more independent and adapt in record time to a country with very different customs to ours.

For our two children, it was a wonderful experience and, without a doubt, it is a sure bet!

Beatriz Gomez-Villalba (Summer 2013 and 2016)

It was the first time I had gone abroad without my parents and it was fantastic!!!

The camp was great fun. I loved the surf classes, doing experiments and kayaking.  The English classes were great fun and we learnt a whole lot and we also learnt to get along.

It was an unforgettable experience.

Ramón García Gomez-Villalba (Summer 2013. I was 9 years old when I went to Bundoran)

The program includes activities in an adventure camp close to the beach with irish children, project-based english classes and living together as a family in a house.
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Contact information

Call us +34 647 959 775

Contact times 10:00 - 20:00

Avenida de la Constitución 7, Granada

info@amayasummerschool.com

Contact us!

Contact information

Call us +34 647 959 775

Contact times 10:00 - 20:00

Avenida de la Constitución 7, Granada

info@amayasummerschool.com

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