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CLIL for Secondary Teachers


585  (IVA incluido/TAX included)
  • Programme | Erasmus+

  • Age | 18

  • Students | 15

  • Level | B1

  • Duration | 45 mins

  • Starting Day | February 12th

About the city


Discover Galway, Ireland’s enchanting coastal city that seamlessly weaves together history, culture, and natural beauty. Stroll cobblestone streets adorned with colourful storefronts and lively buskers, and delve into a vibrant arts scene of galleries and theatres. Explore medieval landmarks like Galway Cathedral and the Spanish Arch, then savour local life at bustling markets. Beyond the city, the Wild Atlantic Way offers coastal walks with stunning views, while Connemara National Park’s untamed landscapes beckon adventurers. Experience the genuine warmth of the locals and immerse yourself in Irish traditions, creating memories against the backdrop of Galway’s captivating charm.



CLIL for Secondary Teachers is designed to help secondary students who face the challenge of teaching their subject in a language that is not their students’ mother tongue. It will show how to use CLIL methodology effectively in any secondary school subject area. There is a focus on practical activities which show how to blend contentdriven lessons with language learning in the secondary school classroom. The expected outcomes include increased confidence in applying CLIL strategies, practical insights gained from workshops and collaborative learning with peers, and exposure to new cultural contexts. Additionally, the cultural program offers participants opportunities to explore the cultural heritage of Ireland and the local area, including guided tours and social activities. The main objectives are: 

  • To equip teachers with the principles of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) and address the challenges of implementing it in their teaching context.
  • To emphasise the integration of subject and language learning, offering guidance on material selection and practical classroom activities.
  • To boost teachers’ confidence in applying CLIL while fostering English proficiency and sharing experiences.
  • Activities include interactive teaching, workshops for creating teaching materials, reflective feedback sessions, and access to online resources.
  • Cultural and heritage trips provide a unique opportunity for enriching cultural experiences and networking.

Sample programme (subject to change)

Dates 2024



The school is located in the city centre, equipped with all the facilities required to meet the needs of today’s students such as:

  • 34 purpose designed classrooms
  • Interactive whiteboards and smart technology
  • Guided e-learning before and after course online
  • Free Wi-fi and internet access
  • Tea and coffee services
  • Roof-top terrace with seating
  • New Student Lounge Area
  • Computer Room and Library
  • Fully equipped Exam centre



This course offers upon request a variety of different types of accommodation:

  • Host Family

The best way to emerge yourself in the Irish culture is to live with an Irish family. All the family live 25 to 50 minutes away from the school by bus.

– Warm, welcoming Irish families

– Various locations in Galway

– Half-board – Monday to Friday

– Full-board – Saturday and Sunday

– From Saturday to Saturday or Sunday to Sunday

  • Apartment

Accommodation in exclusive self-catering shared apartments:

– Single/twin/double rooms

– Standard/comfort (en-suite) rooms

– Fully-fitted kitchen, including utensils

– Wi-Fi or cable Internet available

– Common areas (living room/kitchen/bathroom)

– Bed linen and towels provided

– From Saturday to Saturday or Sunday to Sunday