It's good to hear that you are interested in visiting Dublin with your family in July! ☘️
You can contact the Centre Culturel Irlandais
for general information.
You mentioned that the courses you found so far come with accommodation. I suggest you to contact directly travel operators
specialised in languages trips and ask them if they can offer packages without accommodation.
Also, some colleges and universities may have English classes for kids during the summer like Dublin City University
for example. For now, they only have starting dates in June and August but it's to give you an idea.
Please note, regarding the current situation, it is difficult to say if Ireland will be welcoming overseas visitors by July.
I encourage you to keep an eye on our Traveller’s health page
for news and updates, as well as links to other resources.
At the present time, while our airports and ferry ports are open, the authorities in the Republic of Ireland are currently strongly advising against non-essential overseas travel such as tourism. All passengers arriving in Ireland must complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form
. There is also a legal requirement for all travellers to quarantine on arrival for 14 days.
Feel free to reply in French as well, if you prefer! 😊