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2 A little about me.... I am a keen surfer, qualified life guard and trained Surf Instructor. I have been teaching for 10 years and have led 2 trips to Paris and 3 residential trips to London. I have been snowboarding for about 12 years and have completed the SCO (Snowsport Course Organisers) training session.

3 When? Feb ½ Term 2015 We leave by coach on Saturday 14 h Feb We get back on Sunday 22 nd Afternoon (depending on ferry crossing times)

4 Where Aosta - Italy

5 Aosta - Italy

6 We will be travelling by: Bus to the ferry at Dover Ferry across the English Channel Bus through France Bus into Italy

7 Aosta Valley – Pila Ski resort

8 Excellent Instructors and great lessons All lessons are with fully qualified English speaking instructors Lessons are done on ability levels, so that specific attention is given to improving every individual by the end of the week. If students progress well, they can be put up a group to improve even further.

9 Interski They are NOT the cheapest, but they are the most reliable. Interski are one of the UK’s biggest ski tour operators and rated the best for school trips. This ABTA and ATOL approved travel company deal specifically with schools and are geared to cater to YOUR needs. All trips are fully insured. Safety of the group is top priority https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YkOunpEgXs

10 Accommodation, food and activities..... Hotel includes: 2-4 person shared rooms TV room Sports activities 20 mins drive from town and the ski lifts Breakfast – cereals and toast Lunch and dinner – cooked hot meals

11 Our Hotel – Hotel Dujany in NUS It has recently been fully refurbished... Rooms have on-suite bathrooms, comfortable beds and amazing views of the Italian Alps There are TV’s in every room The Hotel has full wi-fi access in the lounge IT ALSO HAS AN INDOOR POOL!!!!!!!

12 A day on the slopes Breakfast 8:00-9:00am 1 st ski session: 10:00am-12:00pm Lunch on the slopes in a restaurant: 12:30- 13:30pm 2 nd ski session: 14:00-16:00pm Relax/down time: 16:30-18:00pm Dinner in the hotel: 18:30-19:30pm Optional evening activities: 19:30-21:00pm Lights out: 22:00pm

13 Food on the slopes... Your choice of: Hotdogs Pizza Burgers Pasta Soup and bread Sandwiches Fizzy drinks and water

14 Evening Activities......all included in the cost! (a choice from)... Italian pizza/pasta restaurant meal Sledging/snow tubing Visit into the Village for shopping Italian ice cream evening Movie or quiz night End of week evening disco Awards presentation

15 Clothing and Safety Full ski equipment will be provided: ski’s, poles, boots. Lift passes will be given to students on the first day of skiing. Interski offer the hire of ski clothes for £35 for the week. PROPER ski clothing is compulsory – they will not allow people on the slopes in jeans and t-shirts! Some suggestions: check out cheap deals on e- bay; borrow from friends/family; hire from Interski for the week. (Students went skiing last year, they will have stuff...)

16 Ski Slope Safety All students to stay in the group at all times Lift passes to be carried at all times – lost passes will have to be paid for by the student EHIC and copies of passports to be carried at all times – NO heli airlift will be done without EHIC Valuables to be kept safe – at students own risk

17 The Essentials for the slopes: Helmet Goggles – optional extra, very good for cloudy days on the slopes. Waterproof ski jacket – really important to have a decent one!) Gloves – very important to keep your hands warm – you can buy them there, but really expensive) Trousers/salopettes – make sure they are waterproof, you will be on your backside at some stage! Lots of very warm socks..... Fleeces, jumpers and long sleeve shirts and jeans – sensible shoes! If you have thermal underwear – BRING IT!

18 Snowco hire - Rental Prices All of the rental prices are shown below and are for 6 days hire: Complete suit and helmet (jacket, trousers and helmet) - £35 Complete suit (jacket and trousers) - £30 Jacket only - £22 Trousers only - £13 Helmet only - £10 ALL hire kit will be ready for collection on arrival and will be collected from the hotel prior to departure

19 Requirements: PASSPORT! EHIC card – European Health Insurance Card, really simple to get online. Warm clothes for the evenings Swimming stuff for the indoor pool Spending money for the ferry/bus/snacks etc.

20 Spending Money: Although all meals are included, you will need some cash (in £ Pounds and in € Euros). Need snacks for the trip to the ferry. Money if you want to buy food on the ferry on the way over. Breakfast in France IS INCLUDED Money required for drinks and snacks (if needed) for the evening activities

21 Spending Money: I would recommend that NO MORE than £50 needed for the trip and €100 for food and gifts in Italy. All meals are provided at the hotel, all food and drinks are provided when on the slopes.

22 Optionals at your own risk..... Mobile phones, games consoles, ipads/tablets etc.... (remember adapters); DVD’s for the bus. Jewellery / Extra valuables..... These are all YOUR OWN responsibility....

23 We are also Trying to arrange a short 2 day SKI trip to the SnoZone in Milton Keynes.... You get 2 full ski lessons (2hrs each) and all the fitting of ski equipment You get to ski on real snow! If you are interested – please see Mrs Tomlin https://snozoneuk.com/

24 This is an amazing opportunity.... We really hope we can share this amazing experience with you!

25 Budget for 2016 Costs and budget breakdown: My suggestion would be the following to cover the costs of the trip: Initial non-refundable deposit: Sept 2015£150 Monthly payment -Oct£200 -Nov£150 -Dec£150 -Jan£250 Total payment£899


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