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Easter Camp

Application Form - 2017

Come join the Trinity College Dublin Sports Camp this Easter. We promise it will be the best week you’ll have this term. Meet our energetic camp leaders for 5 days of exciting sports, recreational games and above all FUN. You will experience rock climbing, trampolining, swimming, soccer, dodgeball, unihoc, tag rugby and many more but most importantly make new friends and perhaps re-unite with past campers.

**New Teens Camp**

Trinity Teens camp is a specially designed camp for youth ages 14 - 15 years old. Engage in challenging activities in a structured group setting such as fencing, swimming, rock climbing, team challenges, bootcamp, circuit training, rip 60, spin, boxfit and many more.

Age Groups

  • 4-5yrs: Bumblebees
  • 6-7yrs: Grasshoppers
  • 8-10yrs: Sharks
  • 11-13yrs: Red Hawks
  • 14-15yrs: Warriors

Week

Date

Member
(09.30 - 16.15)

Non-Member
(09.30 - 16.15)

Pre & Post Care (08.30 - 17.30)

1

Monday 10th – Thursday 13th April (4 day Camp)

€100

€130

€35

2

Tuesday 18th – Friday 21st April (4 day Camp)

€100

€130

€35

*Sibling discount of €5 per additional child

Please book early to avoid disappointment as during term time our places in camp are very limited.

To book

Testimonials

The camp was fantastic, staff were friendly and had an understanding not just of the activities but of child care. The camp was child focused and inclusive also well geared towards different age groups. The after hours service was particularly helpful for working parents as a lot of camps are only part time. The whole thing was well organised and I put this done to Rosie whom I found to be extremely professional. I did find it a little expensive when paying for 2 children and a bigger discount would be most appreciated in this regard! but over all very happy and we shall certainly be back.”

- Marion Murnane

“She enjoyed all the activities and said it was the best camp she has ever done.”

- Siobhan Ni Bhriain