Cork – Lets Go Summer Camp

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Lets Go Summer Camps

Let’s Go Summer Camps were founded by Kevin O’ Brien and Eileen Sheehy, both Physical Education graduates of Thomond  College of Education Limerick. They both have vast experience in the area of design and implementation of summer camp programmes. The camps are constantly changing and adapting to meet the needs of campers and their parents. Lets Go combine structured educational sessions with the fun and games of multi sport summer camps. The summer camps are operated in towns nationwide during the months of July and August for children aged between 5 and 13 years.

The emphasis at Lets Go Summer Camps is on taking part and having fun. A typical day includes excitement, fun and adventure full of variety. With this in mind Lets Go is the place to be this summer to make new friends, learn new skills and enjoy every moment of Summer in a safe environment under the supervision of caring and qualified teaching staff.

 

The Camps

The camps run on weekdays, however if there is a bank holiday the camp will still be five days – running up to and including Saturday. The day begins at 9:30 and finishes at 15:30.

Registration takes place on the first morning of the camp. At this stage children are divided into groups according to their age. If campers wish to be placed with their siblings or friends it is not a problem provided that they are roughly the same age. At this point all campers will be welcomed and introduced to staff members. An attendance roll is taken each morning.

Each class session lasts on average of forty minutes. There are two supervised breaks each day.  At the end of the day (3.30pm) campers aged 7-13 years are permitted to leave the venue at this stage.  The mini-campers, 5-6 year olds, must be collected in the hall after the older children have left.

 

Family Fun Tip :- Each camper needs to bring a Healthy packed lunch, snacks and plenty of drinks with them.

Activities For Mini Campers

They have devised a modified programme of stimulating play orientated activities suitable for 5-6 year old children. The staf at Let’s Go Camps are conscious that this may be the child’s first introduction to day camping and their aim is to provide an environment where each child is encouraged to participate in an exciting and diverse range of activities while at the same time providing the opportunity to develop their social, physical and creative skills.

Typical activities at Lets Go Summer Camps for the mini campers, those aged 5-6, include bouncy castle, unihoc, trampoline, soccer, speed stacking, face painting, wrecking ball, teddy bear picnic, miusical games, basketball and tennis,  relays, crazy golf amongst so much more.

Activites For Older Campers

The Multi activity programme offers the most comprehensive and diverse range of activities, specifically designed for the lively and energetic campers. Within this broad age category (7-13 years) the children will be subdivided into groups comprising of other children of similar age. Whatever group your child is allocated to, they will remain together for the rest of the week moving from one exciting activity to the next.

Lets Go activities for this group, aged 7 to 1 5 includes human table football, bungee trampoline, eliminator, hurling and campgie, rounders, badminton, crazy golf, chinese soccer, orienteering, boucy castle, parachute games, wobbly ladder, tug-o-war, lacrosses, team challenges, basketball, mini rugby and much much more.

Lets Go Camp Staff

All the staff at Lets Go camps are either primary or secondary teachers or undergraduate students from the teaching colleges of Ireland. All the managers at the Lets Go Summer Camps have years of experience as a teacher at the camps. Every staff member is selected via an interview process and then undergoes training. The teaching staff actively encourage each campers full involvement, thereby ensuring they get maximum benefit from the summer camp.

Lets Go School Tours

The team at Lets Go have developed two school tours, one for infant classes and the other for first to sixth class. The day will run from either 9.15 to 15.00 or from 10.10 to 15.45. Like the camps, each session during the day last around forty minutes and the day is packed full of fun and activity.

Let’s Go will provide your class with an expertly organised programme of thrilling and exciting activities at a venue close to you. The programme has evolved from there years of experience in summer recreation and from feedback provided by teachers and pupils. The qualified teaching staff will challenge, educate and entertain your pupils in a safe environment leaving you free to enjoy the day.

Children should bring a healthy packed lunch box with them, and plenty to drink.

The school tours are available at the following locations:

  • DCU, Dublin
  • UCD, Dublin
  • Castlebar, Mayo
  • Gormanston, Meath
  • Kilcullen, Kildare
  • Waterford
  • Cork
  • Mallow, Cork

If you are interested in booking a school tour of simply finding out more about them then ring 1890 538 746 or 021-4877111

What Campers Need

All campers should wear runners to camp and bring a packed lunch which includes at least three to four non fizzy drinks. If the weather is hot all children should bring their own sun protection, hat and cream.

Book Your Let’s Go Camp

To book your Summer Camp place, you can either book online (above) or Tel 1890 538746. Any queries to Email: info@letsgo.ie

 

 

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