Time is estimated to be travelling faster in May than in April according to a new study and June is set to slow right down to a standstill unless collective action is taken. This can largely be attributed to the school term ending and the days getting longer. Everyone is affected.
The long Irish summer is only around the corner and the big questions on most parents’ minds is what to do with the kids. Summer Camps are plentiful and are a great way to entertain the kids while they learn.
One of the big topics this year has been education and mathematics in particular, with OECD reports and Minister Quinn’s reforms dominating the debate.
There are morning camps offered in every corner of the country it seems, while residential camps are also available. Is there a camp that teenagers would really love to go on, learn and have the time of their lives?
There is one unique summer residential and day attendance camp offering a revolutionary approach to mathematics education encompassing learning through discovery, visualisation, creative technologies and adventure sports and activities which will help students come to terms with key mathematical concepts. At the Connemara Maths Academy, unbelievable value for money is on offer with a 7 night residential (8 days Day Camp from 9.30am – 9.30pm) programme in the West of Ireland’s number 1 tourist attraction at Kylemore Abbey incorporating Killary Adventure Centre activities. Team sports, both indoor and outdoor, and adventure activities such as water trampolining, kayaking, rock climbing among others while giving students opportunities to make films, compose soundtracks, perform music and create 3D animations while becoming maths fluent in key mathematical concepts underpinning them.
Connemara Maths Academy are offering great discounts for siblings, groups and early booking specfials.
Discovery, Creativity and Adventure this summer in Connemara.