Tag Archives: The Slaney Language Centre

No Booking Deposits Required – No Cancellation Fees – No Risks Book your English language course worry free and avail of cheap flights and free postponements or cancellations. We don’t request booking deposits for any bookings we receive between March and May. If due to the Covid-19 situation you are unable to travel, you are […]

This summer my family came back again to Wexford and our daughters (10 and 12) have joined the language courses the third time. I would like to share the reasons why we decided again for this school: The kids love their courses and go to school happily every morning. The teachers are able to inspire […]

We are back home and would like to let you know that we really enjoyed our stay in Wexford. Jan-Luca and Elena (both 12 years of age from Germany) attending our Summer Teen Programme) had lots of fun, they especially liked the playful way of teaching and they loved Greg.  Afternoon and evening activities were […]

  Studying English? I’m sure you’ve heard of the Cambridge English exams, but at almost 200 euro, are they really worth the time, money and effort? Isn’t it enough to do a course and be able to communicate in English? Well, here are a few reasons why you might consider doing the FCE (The Cambridge […]

My experience of the TIE Coming to Ireland to study English? You might be interested  in doing the TIE. (Test of Interactive English) It is much cheaper than the Cambridge and IELTS exams and is accepted by most Irish universities and Institutes of Technology.  The TIE    The TIE is designed for students studying English […]

Parents and children who wish to go on an educational holiday together can attend an English language family course at the Slaney Language Centre in Ireland. Two of the courses are already fully booked but there are still places available for the family course from Monday 13 to Friday 24 August. Children courses are being […]

Not only is hurling the oldest field game in Europe but also the fastest field game in the world. This very Irish sport was already mentioned in a 12th centuary document which tells the story of Cu Chulainn. Cu Chulainn was one of the greatest Irish mythological heros. When Cu Chulainn was a young boy […]