Easter Joy

Asia, Paulina, Leonardo and Danielle during Paddy's parade

Hey guys,

We hope you are all keeping well and enjoying your time and the stretchy bright days. The end of the academic year is just around the corner so make the most of your last few months in Ireland.

As the school break for Easter approaches, we wanted to share some important information and ideas with you.

Firstly, please note that the school break for Easter starts this Friday, March 31st and runs until Sunday, April 16th. During this time, there will be no classes or English classes at ISI. Some of you may be returning to your home country for the period, while others will be staying in Ireland. For those of you who are staying in Ireland, we’re excited to let you know that ISI will be organising social events during the break. Here it is:

This is a great opportunity to socialize with other students, practice your English, and have fun. We’ll be sending more details about the events soon, so keep an eye out for our WhatsApp group. If you’re returning to your home country for the Easter break, we hope you have a safe and enjoyable trip. 😊

Whether you’re staying in Ireland or traveling abroad, there are many things you can do during the Easter break, such as:

  • Visit local attractions: Ireland is home to many beautiful and historic sites and even more beautiful during the spring/summer, such as the Ring of Kerry, Connemara, West Cork. You can explore these places with a group of friends or join a guided tour. Another recommendation would be the Emerald Park (former Tayto Park), which is only 45min away from Dublin. Here is their website: Emerald Park | Ireland’s Only Theme Park and Zoo | Previously Tayto Park
  • Attend Easter events: There are many Easter events taking place across Ireland, including egg hunts, parades, and festivals. Check your local community centre or tourist office for details.
  • Connect with friends and family: If you have friends or family in Ireland, this is a great time to catch up with them. You can also make new friends by attending events or joining clubs.
  • Relax and recharge: Sometimes, the best thing you can do during a break is nothing at all. Take some time to rest, read, watch movies, or do whatever helps you feel relaxed and refreshed.

We hope these ideas inspire you to make the most of your Easter break, no matter where you are. Remember, this is a time to enjoy yourself and have fun.

We wish you a happy and restful Easter break. Here are some pictures that some of you shared with us this week..

From all of us here on the High School Team,

Aimee, Bruna, Maebh & Sarah.