Our summer camps take place in Enniskerry Village.
There are 16 spaces available on each weekly camp.
The workshops run Monday - Friday from 10.30- 2.30 each day.
This includes all equipment and utensils needed for the weekly camp. Participants will make various dishes daily, which they will enjoy eating together during the workshop. There is no need for your teen to bring lunch as they will eat at the camp- a light breakfast before arrival is advised!
All our recipes and menu items are demonstrated and made from scratch. Participants get hands-on cooking experience in teams of two working at their own tables.
Participants get hands-on experience in teams of two working at their stations, learning skills such as:
Knife Skills- (Opinel "le Petit Chef" safety knives for teens workshops)
Pasta Making Hand-Pulled Noodles Pizza making
Cooking for Friends.
Basic Fermenting skills - healthy fizzy drinks.
Fish filleting demonstration. Knife skills.
Basic Food Sustainability.
A general class is as follows:
Participants watch a short demo.
Prepare their dishes with the skills learned using our pop-up cooking equipment.
Sit down and enjoy their meal together. Clean down and get ready for home time.
WHAT DO THEY NEED TO BRING?
Some drinks for each day.
Something to tie back long hair.
All our recipes can be adapted to suit your teen's dietary requirements.
These will be the same recipes as listed, although they will be adapted to suit the attendee with the following taken into account.
5. Anything your Teen just can't bear to eat ( within reason, of course!)
Please let us know so we can have alternatives ready!
*If an attendee would prefer not to work in a team of two for the week's camp, please let us know, and we will do our best to accommodate where possible.*
Dun Laoghaire Motor Yacht Club - HOW TO GET THERE
TRAVELLING BY BUS
TRAVELLING BY DART
Dart to Salthill and Monkstown Station
Turn left , Take the stairs, Take the pedestrian overpass
Turn left toward West Pier,Continue onto West Pier.
ENNISKERRY - HOW TO GET THERE
TRAVELLING BY BUS
The 185 and 44 bus services leave visitors in Enniskerry Village just outside the Schoolhouse for Art.
The venue has a bus stop directly outside, which serves an hourly bus service that runs from Ranelagh (Stop 852) - to Enniskerry (Stop 4905) daily. Alternatively, the 185 from Bray also is an option.
It may be possible at an extra cost to arrange a bus from Dublin or Bray if sufficient numbers require it - Please let us know by email if this would interest you. Or if you are interested in carpooling, also let us know by email: email@example.com.
TRAVELLING BY CAR
Directions from Dublin City Centre
Take the N11 southbound (Wexford). At approximately 19 km, take exit 7 for Bray South, Enniskerry.
Turn left at the roundabout, travel over the flyover and rejoin the N11 northbound.
Take the first left for Enniskerry Village (Exit 6a).
Continue along the road to Enniskerry Village.
Our premises is opposite the Clock tower, in the village square.
GPS Co-ordinates: 53.1928° N, 6.1699° W
Google maps provide excellent directions for those arriving to Enniskerry village by car.
“The students have had nothing but good feedback on Monday's Healthy Eating Workshop, and now have the current class group asking when they will get a chance to take the lesson!”
JCP Coordinator/ School Planning.
St Michaels College, Aylesbury Rd, Dublin