Tours and Excursions at The Horner School, Dublin
Galway City and The West Coast of Ireland.
"Explore the West Coast of Ireland!"Leave a comment
Irish Sports Practice session. This is a basic introductory course in GAA sports, a practice for students who want to get involved in the exciting world of Irish sports. Wear comfortable clothes and meet you Irish coach at 14.30. Check with…Leave a comment
Visit the New Irish Whiskey Museum. This museum unveils the intriguing tale of Irish whiskey, from the past to the current revival of new Irish whiskeys. A story never been told before in such a unique setting, this is an…Leave a comment
School Reception, with wine and food to celebrate St. Patricks Day. Check with school reception for location 13.10 to 15.00 hrs.Leave a comment
Free Class: Design your curriculum vitae; job advertisements in the newspaper; Interview skills. Meet at school at 14.00 (Intermediate level and above). Please check with the office for classroom locationLeave a comment
Living in Dublin
“She wheeled her wheelbarrow, through streets broad and narrow”……..Leave a comment
Animal Magic: at the Natural History Museum, a mix of English vocabulary and natural history with teacher Arran. You’ll describe animals, and learn animal vocabulary and expressions. What will you remember afterwards? Do you have the memory of an elephant? …Leave a comment
Guinness Storehouse, Exhibition & Bar !
"Dublin's Number 1 Visitor Attraction..."Leave a comment
Teacher, Arran will provide a short lesson here at the school to introduce some the most famous art pieces. You will also hear interesting stories and learn about some of the Irish artists on show at the gallery. After the short lesson, we will go to the National Art Gallery to view the pieces and have a short Guided Tour of the Gallery.Leave a comment
Guided Tour of The Trinity College. This tour encompasses the four major historic squares of the College, providing an insight into the history of the College, its buildings and its historic context; it also gives an introduction the Old Library…Leave a comment