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Experience the Irish Culture 

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cultural visit at giant's causeway
cultural visit at giant's causeway

visit the waterfall Ireland
visit the waterfall Ireland

GIANT'S CAUSEWAY
GIANT'S CAUSEWAY

cultural visit at giant's causeway
cultural visit at giant's causeway

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Cultural visits are a great way to provide your students with the opportunity to experience the benefits of learning outside the classroom.

Our Cultural Visits are completely bespoke and can include just excursions or a combination of English lessons with qualified teachers and/or STEM workshops/vocational or craft workshops (if required) and excursions to famous landmarks. We can create the programme that suits your school's and students' requirements!

AISR Learning offers an unforgettable week in Ireland, the all-inclusive full board visit includes meals, accommodation, excursions to historical locations, world heritage sites and national parks. You will learn about the Irish and British customs and traditions, language, music and folklore. The programme is packed with fun and exciting activities, nature walks and a wide range of educational workshops to provide you with lasting memories.
 
The Cultural programme offers the opportunity for students to improve their English language, gain valuable self-study skills, increase their confidence, learn about culture, engage in fun STEM workshops and visit stunning landscapes.

Our programmes run throughout the year including summer and winter school.

 

The programmes are bespoke to ensure your students get the most out of this fantastic opportunity. 

 

Get in touch now for a bespoke programme! info@aisr.ie

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Hornhead Donegal, Northern lights
Hornhead Donegal, Northern lights

beach in donegal
beach in donegal

belfast city hall
belfast city hall

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Hornhead Donegal, Northern lights
Hornhead Donegal, Northern lights

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Donegal named coolest place in the world by National Geographic - Blue Flag beaches, and offshore islands, Donegal is a land that feels undiscovered. The 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' were filmed on the Inishowen Peninsula and Donegal is a warm-hearted place.