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Activity Packs will be posted out to each participant prior to the camp. Last dates for bookings and postage outside of Dublin is the 30th of March, this is to ensure each participant receives their activity pack. Some Dublin deliveries can take place up until the 2nd of April.
Our Easter camps provide a new and fascinating alternative to sports-themed camps and other school-break activities for children aged between 7 and 12 years old. If your child is a curious explorer with a thirst for knowledge about their past, why not let them try the School of Irish Archaeology? Our camps are run all year round, and they introduce children to the mysteries and adventures of our past in a fun, practical, and hands-on way.
Due to current restrictions, we are hosting online Zoom Easter Camps this year. This is an alternative format to what we are used to, but we can ensure that it will be fun for everyone involved.
Activity Packs will be posted out to each participant prior to the camp. The weeks activities are broken down as follows:
Day 1: Introduction to Archaeology
Day 2: First Farmers – Neolithic Clay Pot Making
Day 3: Ancient Crafts & Technologies – Coins and Draw-String Pouch Making
Day 4: Viking & Medieval Weaponry – Viking Seax Making
6th Apr | 7th Apr | 8th Apr | 9th Apr |
Session 1: 10.00am – 10.40am
Sessions 2: 11.00am – 11.40am
Session 3: 12.00pm – 12.40pm
Session 4: 2.00pm – 2.40pm
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We have a team of qualified and very experienced teachers and archaeologists who have worked on numerous excavations throughout Ireland. Our staff are Garda vetted, friendly, outgoing and have lots of experience when working with children.
The friendly environment and relaxing atmosphere of camps allows the children to enjoy this unique experience by participating within groups, carrying out archaeological tasks and solving puzzles in a fun and creative manner.