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February Mid-Term Camp 2019 - Registration Opens 2nd January 2019

Here at Trinity Sport Brave Heart Camp we pride ourselves in running a camp that facilitates the personal, emotional, and social growth of campers. Each day of camp provides children with the opportunity to learn new skills and have fun in the safe and warm environment right in the heart of Dublin City Centre! Suitable for children aged 4 - 14years.

All of the Trinity Sport Brave Heart Camp activities are delivered through the 7 Strands of Physical Education.

  • Games (Inavasion and Net games)
  • Athetics (Track and Field)
  • Aquatics
  • Health Related Activity
  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Outdoor and Adventure Activities

Frequently Asked Questions

Age Groups

Bumblebees: 4 - 5years

Experience a vast range of fun activities; swimming, trampoline, dance, arts & crafts, nature walks and the fundamentals of sport.

Grasshoppers: 6 - 7years

Cover all aspects of sporting activities; swimming, climbing, basketball, trampoline & much more.

Sharks: 8 - 10years

Suitable for all abilities. Qualified coaches will lead activities in rugby, climbing, swimming, tennis, trampoline and much more

Red Hawks: 11 - 14years

Suitable for all abilities. Qualified coaches will lead activities in rugby, climbing, swimming, tennis, trampoline and much more

Where are we located?

We are located on the corner of Pearse Street and Westland Row. There is a pedestrian walkway between the Trinity Sports Centre and The Science Gallery of Trinity College Dublin.

How to book and make payment?

  • Payment Options

    1. Book and pay at the Sports Centre reception desk.
    2. Book and pay over the phone 01 896 1812 or 01 896 4823.
    3. Cheque made payable to TCD.No 1 account.

    When making a booking you must complete our application form. You can post your application form to Trinity Sport, Trinity College, Dublin 2, email your form to Michelle conveym@tcd.ie or fill it out in person at Trinity Sport reception desk.

  • Application Form - 2019

    How to get here?

  • Nearby Train Stations
    • We are right across the road from Pearse Street Station. Tara Street Station is also located nearby.
  • Nearby Bus stops
    • The following bus routes stop right outside Trinity Sport 25, 25a, 25b, 25d, 37, 39, 39a, 70, 757. We are within walking distance from all major bus routes from O’Connell Street.
  • Parking
    • Trinity Sport does not offer parking, however there are some street car parks located nearby.

    What do you need to bring?

  • • Packed lunch and drink.
    • Rain jacket.
    • Change of clothes.
    • Rain jacket.
    • Sun cream.
    • Swimming gear; swim togs, swim hat and towel.
    • Some food may not be allowed due to allergies. Notification will be given prior to camp.

    We suggest labelling clothes so we can reunite them with their owners. We will have a “Lost & Found Property” area every morning and afternoon so you can have a look there for any missing items. Anything left at the end of the camp will be kept for one month and will then be donated to charity. We do not accept responsibility for lost items.

  • Price and Dates

    Week Date

    Member
    (09.30 - 16.15)

    Non-member
    (09.30 - 16.15)

    Pre & Post care
    (08.30 - 17.30)

    Daily Rate
    1 Monday 18th to Friday 22nd €130 €150 €35 €35 pps

    *Sibling discount of €5 per additional child. Only applies if booking in for a full week.

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

    Check out our video below to get a sneak peak of what our happy campers get up to during the week!

    Application Form - 2019

    To book

    Testimonials

    “Ruairi found the camp hard as he knew no-one but all of the leaders / carers were very kind to him which was a big help. He met some lovely kids and ultimately enjoyed himself.”

    - Unknown

    “Great variety but also good to see climbing and swimming included daily.”

    - Simon Filgas