Find out everything you need to know about our fabulous school ski trips with our Q&A with Courteney and Ross

Q: What’s included?

A: Our trips are all inclusive so include all ski tuition, travel, accommodation, high end ski equipment, an awesome Rockley rep, food and much more!

Q: How much tuition do students get?

A: The students will receive 22.5 hours of tuition over the course of the week. This is split into a 2.5 hour morning session and a 2.5 hour afternoon session. On the Wednesday morning there is a break from tuition which is a great opportunity for the children to take a break from skiing to rest up those legs so they are refreshed for the following days skiing. On the Wednesday we take the group up the gondola to the top of the Grand Rochette mountain to get some pictures at the peak. From there we then typically go into town for a spot of souvenir shopping.

Q: What evening entertainments do you offer?

A: I will break this down night by night for you as an example of what we may offer :

  • SUNDAY: Chill out time on the first night after a long journey
  • MONDAY: Movie night at the centre's specially built cinema room
  • TUESDAY: Rockley quiz evening. It could get competitive!
  • WEDNESDAY: ‘Rock the Room’ night - Rockley’s exciting take on a very interactive music quiz!
  • THURSDAY: Awards night followed by an awesome party put on by our partners UCPA
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Q: How far away is the kit hire and the slopes?

A: The kit hire is all in-house making the process of choosing the right kit, stress-free. It also means swapping kit is a breeze! The resort is ski-in and ski-out, so going out from the fitting rooms will lead you straight to the slopes - no pesky transfers or long walks with kit.

Q: What is the accommodation like?

A: The accommodation is very comfortable and spacious with a maximum of 4 students per room with shared toilet and shower facilities. The teacher’s rooms have a maximum of 2 per room with their own ensuite facilities.

Q: What sort of food is served at the centre?

A: The food varied and can be anything from pastas and rice dishes to burgers and pizza - very much an around the world theme. Please advise us on any allergies or dietary requirements prior to departure.

Q: What do we need to bring on our trip?

A: All of your ski equipment is included; boots, helmet, skis, poles. We will send schools a full kit list to prepare you for the trip!

Q: How do you help schools prepare for trips?

A: We are there to help from day one! I (Courteny) will begin the booking process - providing all the information teachers, students and parents need as well as organising a suitable payment plan. I can also come into your school to launch the trip and/or host a parent’s evening! Our goal is to ensure that we make the process as smooth and hassle-free for you as possible.

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