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Social Activities 12 to 18 November

Central School students leave no stone unturned

Monday: Music Workshop | Wednesday: St Patrick’s Cathedral | Friday: “Brooklyn” | Saturday: Au Pair Club Café | Sunday: The Giant’s Causeway

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Social Activities 5 to 11 November

Monday: Music Workshop | Wednesday: National Library & Archaeological Museum| Friday: Song of the Sea | Saturday: Au Pair Club Café | Sunday: Trip to Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains & Glendalough

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Social Activities 31 October to 4 November

Central English School Dublin Students at the Celtic Boyne Valley

Monday: Music Workshop | Wednesday: Dublin Castle & Chester Beatty Library| Friday: Visit to Epic Ireland | Saturday: Au Pair Club: Sketching Workshop | Sunday: Trip to the Celtic Boyne Valley

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Social Activities 22 to 28 October

Wednesday: Marsh’s Library| Friday: Halloween Party | Saturday: Au Pair Club – Board Games| Sunday: Trip to Belfast

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Social Activities 15 to 21 October

Monday: Music Workshop | Wednesday: Howth | Friday: Cinema Club – Ed Wood | Saturday: Au Pair Club Café | Sunday: Trip to Connemara

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"I've learnt more in 3 months in the school than one year at University! And the teachers are great, funny and interesting in different ways, lovely!" - Jeanne (France)

Central English School student Jeanne

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"I have learnt a lot by studying with both the Callan Method and the more traditional methods. I am confident that I am getting the best possible help." - Viviana (Italy)

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