All Junior teachers, reception staff and management are Garda-vetted. We also have staff trained in first aid, fire safety and child protection. For further information on our commitment to ensuring your junior learners have a safe and enjoyable time here in Ireland please see our Child Protection Policy.
Junior Programmе Summary
The Erin School of English Junior Programme is a complete educational programme specifically designed for teenagers during the summer months.
It combines morning English classes with afternoon activities and excursions. All students stay with a host family only a short bus journey away from the school. Arrangements can also be made for full board or self-catering residencies if preferred.
Students study General English for 15 hours every week. The classes are 3 hours in duration from 9:00 to 12:15 Monday to Friday. We use the online Cambridge English Placement Test prior to arrival followed by a speaking test on the students’ first day to place them at the correct level. This is a highly respected and accurate placement test which tests students’ reading, listening, and linguistic ability. Access to the online test will be arranged subsequent to booking.
The Junior summer programme includes a wide range of extracurricular activities. Each week students will enjoy an entertainment activity and a full-day trip during the weekend. (See schedule for full details)
Throughout the junior programme our students stay with a host family. Our host families are carefully selected and all live within a short commute to the school. Students receive full board accommodation.
|Junior Programme Information|
|Age group||Students between 11-17 years old|
|Days||Monday – Friday|
|Course duration||1-2 weeks|
|Maximum number of students per class||15|
|Level||Our Syllabus includes CEFR based programmes A1-A2, A2-B1, B1-B2, B2-C1. Levels will run based on demand|
|Course materials||All course materials are provided at no additional cost|
|Tuition fees include||
|Program fee||€ 695 / week|
*The Erin School Junior programmes are not yet accredited