It’s that time of year again when parents are looking for summer camps to help keep the children occupied and entertained over the summer months. The WRITE STUFF Kids Club is holding three Summer Camps this coming July to inspire children from ages 4 in Creative Writing, Reading, Storytelling and more. This club is passionate about all wording fun.
The camps are geared at ages 4/5, ages 6-8 and ages 9-12. All groups will meet separately and all will enjoy lots of wording fun during their allocated camp times.
The WRITE STUFF Kids Club is now in its third year of Summer Camps and is continuing to grow. It makes reading and writing fun and really does encourage children to enjoy books and more.
A week of inspiring language and words, fuelling children’s imagination and more is all in store this coming July with our Wording Fun Summer Camps.
For more information, check out The WRITE STUFF Kids Club facebook page or call Gráinne on 0863148541. Booking is essential as places are limited on all camps.
Camps are as follows:
Ages 4/5, Tues 4th July, Wed 5th July and Thurs 6th July, 10.30am-12pm (Cost €30): ages 6-8 Monday 3rd July – Friday 7th July, 1pm – 3pm (Cost €55): and Ages 9-12 Monday 10th July – Friday 14th July 12.30pm – 2.30pm (Cost €55).
All children will receive a Wording Fun goodie bag at the end of respective camps.

Some feedback from parents of children who attend The WRITE STUFF:
Margaret: My daughter joined the Write Stuff Kids Club last September and has loved every minute of it . The children are encouraged to use their imaginations in a relaxed and nurturing atmosphere. They are learning to use their word power to express their opinons and feelings both verbally and with the written word. And with Grainne’s ever expanding library they are discovering a whole new world of inspiration and the joy that is to be had from sitting down with a good book. I cannot recommend this club highly enough.
Jackie: Declan has been attending the Write stuff for over a year now. He loves going once a month and wishes it was more often. Declan said he loves it cause it’s not like school and it helps him relax and improve his imagination. Grainne has the best attitude to the children she knows their individual levels and helps them build from there. Thanks for helping Declan and having an interest in the books Declan is reading/writing.
Tina: My youngest daughter started in September and when my oldest daughter saw how much she enjoyed it she started as well. My daughter struggled at school last year but her confidence has grown through expressing herself and using words. This has seen a huge improvement in her school work as a result. I cant recommend highly enough.
Amanda: My daughter jade started classes in September she loves grainne! Always doing something new and loves making up stories and characters. Now my oldest daughter has started and loves it as much as her sister. Grainne is very easy going and entertaining they have so much fun.