Fully booked for 2022. To enquire about Inside Out Camp 2023, email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Inside Out Camp, 12-14 year old boys and girls will enjoy an immersive week of physical and mental challenges that focus on their personal development and build their confidence from the inside out.
Inside Out Camp is a residential multi activity Summer Camp incorporating a variety of indoor and outdoor activities designed to teach valuable skills from survival and team building to leadership, planning and communication. The camps will be hosted at Gormanston Park; a 110 acre campus with indoor and outdoor sporting facilities, beautiful forestry, fields and streams.
A strong sense of self is at the core of all learnings as at Inside Out Camp we believe that when a teen has confidence and really understands and accepts who they are, they are more likely to want to experience new things, think outside the box, and ultimately go for the things they want in life. Delivering these life lessons in a non-academic environment is what Inside Out Camp is all about. Resulting in creating a fun and positive experience in which participants are comfortable to be themselves, try new things, gain confidence and self-esteem in the process. The ‘sleepover’ element really is a crucial part of their experience as the time away from home offers them the chance to really immerse themselves in the spirit and learnings of the camp.
Our team have extensive experience, are fully trained, and Garda vetted. Founder Tracey Moran Russouw is a parent of three with a passion for youth mental health. Inside Out Camp is a personal initiative to educate teens about who they are, how their minds work and how to make good choices in life. We have Senator Joan Freeman as our mental health consultant. Joan is an international mental health consultant, activist, and motivational speaker. Leadership coach Shane Craddock has over 20 years’ experience working with people internationally to improve their confidence. Shane will set the tone for the camps, speaking to the participants about adopting a positive mindset. The activity programme has been directed by Paul McDermott of Clutch Academy and will be delivered by Hillary Netsiyanwa Education and Training Officer for Foroige and owner of Nets Athletic Training.