FAQ’s Summer Camps

Why is STARCAMP not on in my school in 2019?

STARCAMP  Summer camps run in 200 towns nationwide. Each year we update this list by request so if we are not in your town yet and you think that we should be – please feel free to get in touch with us at www.starcamp.ie and it will be reviewed for next year.

What do I wear to the Summer camp?

Each child will receive a complimentary STARCAMP T-shirt and it is best to wear something comfortable and easy to dance in – perhaps tracksuit bottoms / leggings (no jeans as they are not suitable for dance) Soft-soled shoes i.e. runners. Apply sun screen in warm weather.

What do I bring to Starcamp?

A packed lunch and plenty to drink. Children will have two supervised breaks each day. In warm weather please apply sun screen and bring a cap if you wish. 

What are the times of the camp?

Our camps run from 9.30-2.30 daily Monday to Friday. The only exception to this is after a bank holiday weekend the camp runs from Tuesday to Saturday. 

Registration takes place on the first morning. Children are then split into their groups according to their age and parents will then collect them from their respective group for the rest of the week.

Do many boys attend Starcamp?

Absolutely! Over a third of children attending Starcamp are boys and this number grows each year and we find that the boys absolutely LOVE it!

Can children bring mobile phones?

Children are not permitted to use mobile phones during camp. Should they require them after camp they should remain powered off in their bags.

Are children supervised at all times at Starcamp?

Yes Children at Starcamp are supervised at all times between 9:30am and 2:30pm. 

Can I attend Starcamp on my own?

Of course you can! Most children attend on their own.We will be creating smaller groups end ensuring everyone will get to know each other through our games and activities.

Do I need to have experience or talent for Starcamp Summer camp?

Not at all! STARCAMP Summer camps cater for all levels of experience andability. The aim of our Summer camps are to create an atmosphere without inhibitions. It is there to provide positive integration amongst participants, it is about the building of self esteem and most importantly – letting children know just how wonderful they really are! To bring out the star in you!