The exact programme of activities will always be discussed with the party leader in advance to ensure its suitability for the group and reflect his or her own priorities or aims for the trip.
|Counsellors wake up the children and help the chaperones prepare them for a day on the mountain.
|A substantial breakfast is served in the dining room, followed by announcements, including the weather forecast for the day.
|Children gather in their counsellor groups to make an equipment and clothing check before starting the morning’s activity. Safety equipment will be explained and demonstrated.
Picnic lunch, either at the chalet/hotel or at the activity location. Counsellors meet with the programme leader and chaperones to review how every child is progressing.
|Children gather in their counsellor groups to make an equipment and clothing check before starting the afternoon’s activity. Safety equipment will be explained and demonstrated.
|Children return to the chalet/hotel for free time. At least one counsellor will be on duty to help the chaperones with supervision and organise suitable activities.
|Dinner is served in the dining room, followed by announcements and the daily awards….the popular “ding-a-lings”.
Evening activities begin, organised and supervised by our counsellors. Typical activities include “counsellor hunt”, “mini-Olympics”, talent show, torchlight sledding, quiz competition and a disco.
|Quiet time before our counsellors help the chaperones with room checks and lights-out. At least one counsellor will be on duty throughout the night to assist the chaperones, if required.