A social programme filled with English learning and professional sports coaching
Available at Dublin Residential
Why choose this programme?
- English and Fencing for those who love to get active
- 18.3 hours of English language tuition per week
- 4 hours per week practicing, imrpoving or learning a new sport
- Combine English tuition with fencing and fun activities and excursions.
Young learners can spend their summer in Dublin improving their English language skills while learning fencing techniques. This programme allows young learners at our Dublin Residential Summer Centre the opportunity to combine the General English course with an additional four hours per week of Fencing taught by a professional Fencing instuctor.
- Programme information
- What's included
Our Champions English participants join the regular international students for General English classes and excursions. But, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, they will spend two hours with Olga - a fencing master with 30 years of experience and success.
This programme is an add-on course offered only at our Dublin Residential summer centre. This option provides students with 18.3 hours of English tuition per week. Students who choose the Champions English option will also get professional coaching. This will not only improve their vocabulary and conversation skills but also teach them fencing skills and techniques.
This programme is for students who want to see an improvement in their spoken English, while having lots of fun and learning the art of fencing.
Our instructor is a professional coach at Pembroke Fencing Club and specialises in developing the sport for younger learners.
- Standard English Programme
- 4 extra hours of Fencing coaching per week
- One full day excursion and two half-day excursions per week
- Social programme
This programme is available at Dublin Residential summer centre within the following dates:
- Dublin Residential 12 - 26 July
This programme is available only at our Dublin Residential Summer Centre and is suited to beginners and more advanced learners.
A minimum of six students are required to run this course