Archaeology After School Clubs
Most frequent questions and answers about our Archaeology Camps
Camp normally starts and finishes at 10am – 3pm. Some times may vary due to location, so if unsure contact a member of our team.
Yes, there are two breaks throughout the day, so its recommended to bring plenty of food and liquids for your child.
As Irish weather is constantly changing, we recommend clothes for all weather. Good walking boots/wheelies and suncream are essential. We also recommend if your child suffers from any allergy or medical illness that SIA staff members are notified in advance.
The camps are catered for aged 7 – 12 years old. However, we do, take younger siblings from age 6 but please contact a member of our team to know more before booking.
Cancellation is required one week prior to the commencement of the camp, no refund of deposit or fee can be redeemed on or after that time. Parents/Guardians must be contactable during the camp hours. Places will be filled on a first come first served basis. SIA reserves the right to cancel part of/or the entire programme. All cancellations will be subject to a minimum administrative fee of €20 (non-transferable).
Cancellations due to Covid-19 or medical reasons must be notified on or prior to the first day of the relevant Camp.
These cancellations must be verified in writing by the relevant participant’s doctor.
If verification is provided within 3 days, a full refund will be issued in respect of the affected participant.
Is my child eligible due to certain medical conditions or special needs? At SIA we like to ensure we are inclusive to all and we understand the needs of our clients and their children. If your child suffers from any illness or medical condition, please notify SIA. If your child has any specific special needs, we will require the accompaniment of a guardian or special needs assistant (SNA). SIA has permission to seek medical treatment in the event of an accident. If you require further information in relation to any of the above please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, SIA is insured with full Public Liability
SIA team members are all fully Garda Vetted and have completed the Tusla Introduction to Child First training programme. Our staff are qualified and experienced teachers, archaeologists and we always have a first aider with us at all our courses and events.